BBA Gov was founded in January of 2010 as the Wisconsin Business Student Association and is the body designed for students, by students, to represent student interests within the business school. The name was changed to Bachelor of Business Administration Student Government (BBA Gov) in November of 2010.
The Wisconsin BBA Student Government (BBA Gov) exists to unify the student voice of the University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Business to promote shared responsibility in making decisions relevant to all school stakeholders. BBA Gov works to build community in the business school through collaboration with departments within the school, as well as student organizations within the business school. Providing opportunities, fostering community, and facilitating collaboration. Let’s make an impact on the Wisconsin School of Business that we can all be proud of!
Academic and career advising for students admitted to the BBA program and CIB is offered by appointment (scheduled via BuckyNet). Drop-in advising will resume on September 2.
Drop-in advising for pre-business students will resume September 2. Over the summer, please contact the pre-business advisors at email@example.com
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