The Price College December Convocation ceremony is scheduled for 10am Saturday, Dec. 16 at the McCasland Field House. Graduates need to arrive on the first floor of Price Hall by 9:30am. For more information, please refer to our convocation info sheet (pdf).
University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren recently announced a leadership gift to the university from the Rainbolt family in support of the Graduate School of Business at the Michael F. Price College of Business. In appreciation of this gift, the second largest in Price College’s history, Boren has recommended to the OU Board of Regents that the donor be recognized by naming the Graduate School of Business as the Gene Rainbolt Graduate School of Business in honor of H.E. “Gene” Rainbolt.
U.S. News & World Report recently named Price College one of the best business schools of 2018, ranking the undergraduate program once again in the top 50 for public universities, and two of our specialty programs moved up in the rankings as well (International Business at #19 and Center for Entrepreneurship at #22).
Check out the Summer 2017 digital issue of Price Magazine, featuring Price College's first-ever 40 under 40 alumni honorees!
There was much to celebrate at Price College during the spring 2017 semester! Visit our News Center site for a recap of our student, faculty, staff, alumni & partner accomplishments.
The Fall 2016 issue of Price Magazine focuses on how Price College is strengthening and diversifying our economy through entrepreneurship. You can read the digital version now.
OU Alumnus and Entrepreneur Ronnie Irani recently made a transformational gift to the Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth (CCEW), an economic development organization in Price College’s Division of Entrepreneurship & Economic Development. Because of his generosity, CCEW students will have the resources they need to continue strengthening and diversifying Oklahoma's economy! Read the press release here.
The Michael F. Price College of Business
ensures the enduring global competitiveness
of Oklahoma and the nation.