• HBA

Hispanic Business Alumni is an official alumni chapter at Arizona State University with more than 3,000 active members. Since 1982, the HBA has  awarded tuition waivers and cash award scholarships to more than 300 business students attending W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU.  As an ASU alumni chapter, we work diligently each year to raise scholarship money for deserving students.
 
Mission
To empower business students to excel academically at Arizona State University by providing financial support through scholarships while increasing alumni membership.
 
Core Values
Educational, Visionary, Integrity, Giving, and Inclusive

Pillars
Fundraise, Mentorship and Engagement 

 

ASU HBA SCHOLARS 
Our scholars are at the heart of what we do and since our inception we have awarded more than $1 million dollars in scholarships to date. Each scholar chosen has demonstrated commitment to advancing their education, empowering others through volunteering and building up their community around them. We truly believe in the power of education and advancing the our community and want to say thank you to all of our sponsors, community friends and executive board for all being part of our mission!

 

2019-2020 ASU HBA SCHOLARS:
Maria Guadalupe Soto
Brandon Anaya Torres
Esteban Luis Vega
Carlos Campirano
Randy Michael Babchuk
Keyla Berenice Chin
Jose Bernal Martinez
Julissa Ramirez
Jorge Ortiz
Marcelo Soto Medina
Liliana Ramirez
Stephanie Mirella Mendez
Nathalia Flores
Jacquelyn Sandoval
Lilibeth Guadalupe Garcia
Rene Rojas
Ethan Sebastian Arana
 

2019-2020 HBA Endowment Scholars:
Veronica Inez Russell
Alexa Esparza
Sandy Chen
Isabella Marie Aguilar
Julia Ivanka Araujo
Victoria Nisa Gutierrez
Celina Duran
 

Photo Gallery

Check out the ASU Alumni Hispanic Business chapter photo gallery of past events.

 

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ASU-HBA partners with Latino organizations to provide annual scholarships to undergraduate students. The ASU Latino Partnership Scholars is comprised of the following partners: Si Se Puede Foundation, Chicano/Latino Faculty and Staff Association, Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc., ASU Hispanic Business Alumni, Los Diablos Alumni and Hispanic Women’s Corporation.
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