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Meet our Gupta College of Business admissions staff by attending some of the events below. 

Fall 2019 Coffee Chat Schedule 

Our admissions counselors will be available at the following locations to answer questions about our programs and applications process. Please click the location that is most convenient for you, and register to attend. Coffee on us! 

Irving: Tuesday, November 12| 12:00 PM

Java Me Up
401 Cimarron Trail, Ste. 150
Irving, TX 75063
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Irving: Tuesday, November 19| 8:00 AM

Capp Bar - University of Dallas
1845 E Northgate Drive
Irving, TX 75062
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Carrollton: Friday, November 22| 8:00 AM

Starbucks
1945 North Interstate 35E
Carrollton, TX 75006
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Fall 2019 Preview Day
Date Coming Soon...

We know that committing to graduate school is a big investment of both your time and finances. You should be confident when selecting a graduate business program that has the environment and style that works for you.
To help you envision yourself at the Gupta College of Business, we’re inviting you to sit in on one of our most popular courses: The Effective Leader. This will be a first-hand experience of what it’s like to be back in the classroom and learn from dynamic, engaging faculty.

The Gupta College of Business Preview Day will allow you to:

  • meet and greet with current faculty and students prior to class;
  • sit in on a student course favorite, The Effective Leader;
  • visit with our admissions counselors and other prospective students.



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