Graduation doesn’t mean putting Boston University in the rear-view mirror. BU and Questrom are with you every step of the way.

We’re constantly evolving. Founded as the College of Business Administration in 1913, we celebrated our centennial as the School of Management in 2013, and began a new chapter as the Questrom School of Business on March 30, 2015. We are the proud recipients of the largest gift in Boston University’s history: $50 million from Allen Questrom (Questrom’64, Hon.’15) and his wife Kelli (Hon.’15). This extraordinary gift has not only given us a new name, but has also positioned us as one of the world’s elite business schools—one with more than a century of history to build upon and a relentless focus on the future.

Much of our transformation is driven by our alumni, a community of 50,000 Questrom and 300,000 Boston University graduates spanning time zones and hemispheres. However, our mission remains the same as when you were a student: to prepare leaders who create value for the world and shape the business landscape.

These are exciting times at your alma mater. With the Questroms’ transformational donation, along with generous support from others, the Questrom School of Business has the opportunity to continue its groundbreaking legacy and raise the bar yet again. You, as a member of our alumni community, are a tremendous part of that effort. There are numerous ways for you to stay connected with Questrom and your fellow Terriers by engaging with Questrom alumni activities and the Boston University Alumni Association (BUAA). Whether it’s through giving your time, talent, or treasure, connecting with fellow alumni around the world at events, or simply staying in the loop with our magazine, Everett, you are a part of the School, even well after you’ve graduated.