Heavener Student Experience
The foundation of the Heavener student experience is built on creating impactful moments for students through academic rigor, leadership development, international immersion experiences and career readiness. These four principles are even etched into the walls of Heavener Hall, a state-of-the-art facility that opened in 2014 as a permanent home for undergraduate students.
Focusing on these areas ensures that students leave the Heavener School prepared to make an impact in whichever industry they choose to pursue. They are guaranteed to grow in the classroom, better understand and cultivate their leadership abilities, take part in new experiences in cultures across the world and be prepared to secure a job at one of the nation’s most desirable companies.
These pillars impact everything that happens at the Heavener School.
Student organizations are the best place to network and meet students with similar interests. With over 30 student organizations and 10 career and leadership programs, there are many options for students to get involved and prepare for their careers.
Heavener’s study abroad experiences allow undergraduate students to prepare for the global economy. Almost half of Heavener students take part in an international experience during their time in the School.
International Case Competitions
Heavener has a strong reputation as one of the top case competition programs. Participating in competitions all over the world, students participate against other business schools to answer business challenges. Heavener also hosts its own competition every spring.
Heavener Hall is an important piece of what sets Warrington apart from other business schools across the country. The $23 million, 57,000-square-foot building serves as the exclusive home to undergraduate business students at Warrington.
Students get a better understanding of the careers they want to pursue through internships. Academic advisors, career coaches and CAP mentors can assist students in beginning the internship process.