Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

Crosby MBA Building Leaders

Student Organizations

Many students have found time to create their own groups built around their particular area of interest - within the umbrella of the MBA Association, as a free-standing organization, or in collaboration with others from around the MU campus or community.


The MBA Association offers professional development opportunities, community service, social events, leadership roles and life-long friendships in a student-run organization. 

The Trulaske Consulting Association (TCA) facilitates networking between students and professionals in the management consulting industry. Members participate In case interview workshops, business case competitions, and consultations with local businesses to solve real world management issues.

CLIMB (Collaboration Leadership and Innovation for Missouri Business) is an open-source framework and platform for students, faculty and community members to present entrepreneurial ideas and form teams to generate new innovative business opportunities in Missouri.

Mizzou Analytics Society educates and inspires students about the power of analytics in business and marketing decisions while providing a forum for discussion and collaboration with each other, faculty and professionals in the field.

The Crosby Ambassador Team (CAT) is a group of MBA students who communicate with prospective students and represent the Crosby MBA Program at student services and career services activities. They invite you to contact them to learn more about their experiences here at Mizzou.

The Graduate Professional Council (GPC) is a campus organization serves as an advocate for all graduate and professional students and offers a supportive community through educational, social and professional activities. Crosby MBA students have often served as officers and are active participants.