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January 21, 2020

Guiding Principles: Students Perspective

Preparing to Lead the Future of Business
Guiding Principles: Students Perspective

College of Business students personify our guiding principles by customizing their college experience to lead the future of business in their own way. As more students talk about our shared principles and apply them, others also find one that resonates with them.

Challenge Yourself

Eric Horn
Eric Horn

“To me, it means to strive to be the best person you can be. Challenge yourself to be a better person and student every day."

-Eric Horn, senior marketing and management major from Weeping Water, Nebraska





Be Inclusive

Maggie Schlecht
Maggie Schlecht

“‘Be Inclusive’ is one of the most important principles I live by. I studied abroad in Panama and France and enjoyed being a conversation partner for international business students completing their Employment Readiness Certificates. The College of Business also promotes inclusivity through diversity-based scholarships, organizations for international, multicultural and female students, and speakers and events that broaden students' worldviews."

-Maggie Schlecht, senior international business major from Elmhurst, Illinois





Ask Bold Questions

Jada Moore
Jada Moore

“Asking bold questions means being able to speak up when you don’t understand something. It’s being the bold soul that asks the question when no one else will."

-Jada Moore, sophomore marketing major from Sioux Falls, South Dakota





Look to the Future

Ra’Daniel Arvie
Ra’Daniel Arvie

“The College of Business helps me ‘Look to the Future’ by having resources such as the Business Career Center and Employer in Residence. These resources expose other CoB students and me to the wide variety of occupations in the world of business.”

-Ra’Daniel Arvie, sophomore business administration major from Omaha, Nebraska





Make It Matter

Demi Van Reeuwijk
Demi Van Reeuwijk

“Numerous resources and faculty are available to guide CoB students. From the Business Career Center, caring professors, study abroad opportunities and market research studies, I have had countless opportunities to create a truly dynamic experience at Nebraska!”

-Demi Van Reeuwijk, senior management and marketing major from Eagan, Minnesota