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Darla Moore School of Business

Recognizing Your Investment

Donors are vital to the Moore School’s continued success and excellence. Donors are recognized for their investment in a number of ways, including  giving societies and appreciation from those who directly benefit from donor generosity.

Donors in the News

Vruce and Lynn Felt photo

Encouraging the next generation

Alumni couple creates scholarship for underrepresented students
July 14, 2023

Bruce (’80 accounting) and Lynn (’80 management science) Felt

“We wanted this current generation of students, no matter their background, to have the same opportunities we did after graduation without the burden of overwhelming debt,” Bruce said. “We also very much support the school's objective to build an even more diverse student experience and hope that our support will contribute to this objective.”

photo of Mara Volooder

Easing the burden

Inaugural scholarship award helps freshman focus on her success
June 28, 2023

Susan Jacobs Bichel (‘73 management, ‘75 MBA)

Bichel initially created the scholarship in her name for a Moore School student who had been in the foster care system. Having participated in a mentoring program for foster children, she knew the struggles these children face in affording a college education.

A resident of Greenville, South Carolina, Bichel agreed the scholarship could also be awarded to a student with financial need.

Troy Knox and Sajion Moore photo

Pozen Scholars program

Two underrepresented USC IMBA students were the inaugural Pozen Scholars

Dec. 8, 2022

Robert “Bob” Charles Pozen

To enhance the Moore School’s access, opportunity and community engagement efforts within the two-year full-time International MBA program, Pozen agreed in 2022 to sponsor two full-tuition fellowships for students who are from underrepresented backgrounds.


Darla Moore School of Business Dean’s Circle Society

The Dean’s Circle Society recognizes individuals who annually (July 1 – June 30) invest $2,500 or more to support the strategic initiatives of the Moore School. Young alumni and faculty and staff may contribute $1,500 or more to qualify for the Dean’s Circle Society.

All members of the Dean’s Circle Society receive the following recognition:
  • Your name will appear in the annual Dean’s Circle Society list of donors.
  • You will be invited to special events allowing you to network with Moore School leadership and other donors.
  • You will be recognized as a Dean’s Circle Society member at Moore School events.
Dean’s Circle Society members are recognized at the following distinguished levels for their investment in the Moore School:
  • Partners – Gifts of $10,000 and above
  • Executives – Gifts of $7,500 to $9,999
  • Investors – Gifts of $5,000 to $7,499
  • Associates – Gifts of $2,500 to $4,999
    • Young alumni Dean’s Circle (10 years from graduation year) – Gifts of $1,500 and above
    • Faculty, staff and retirees Dean’s Circle (university-wide) – Gifts of $1,500 and above

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