University of Dallas Announces Partnership with Prospanica

Gupta College of Business to Offer Educational Opportunities for Members

 Date Published: July 19, 2017

College of Business Partners with ProspanicaThe University of Dallas announced a partnership between the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business and Prospanica — The Association of Hispanic Professionals. The new partnership aims to further the Gupta College of Business’ mission to prepare students in a wide variety of management specialties, serving a range of industries.

“Prospanica’s commitment to empowering Hispanic business professionals to achieve their full potential aligns with our mission to prepare our students to become principled and moral leaders,” said Gupta College of Business Dean Brett J. L. Landry. “This partnership is a natural fit, and we look forward to welcoming Prospanica’s members into our classrooms."

Through this partnership, all Prospanica members will be eligible for special tuition benefits when they enroll at the University of Dallas. Benefits can be applied to undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs in the Gupta College of Business’ Center for Executive Education.

“Prospanica strives to connect our membership to meaningful and transformative learning experiences,” said Thomas Savino, Prospanica CEO. “This partnership will offer both our student and professional members new opportunities to advance and thrive.”

Prospanica joins other university partners, including Southwest Airlines, Kroger, Michaels and CHRISTUS Health.

"We are proud to partner with an organization dedicated to furthering the educational goals of their members," said University of Dallas Director of Corporate Relations and Partnerships Halley Netsch. "Through our partnership, the Gupta College of Business will support Prospanica’s members in their pursuit of higher education."

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