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VCU SCMA graduates reporting starting salaries of more than $60K

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Average national salary for standard undergraduate degree

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Industry Connections

We encourage you to partner with these local chapters for networking and mentoring.

ACSM: This professional association for supply chain managers provides research, education and certification programs.

Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals: The CSCMP connects, develops and educates the world’s logistics and supply chain management professionals.

Institute for Supply Management: This nonprofit professional supply management organization has more than 50,000 members worldwide.

Student Department Awards

Student of the Year: The Student of the Year Award is presented to a senior or graduate student who has demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in scholarship and leadership.

Distinguished Service Award: The Distinguished Service Award is presented to a student who has provided distinguished service to the department, university and community.

Student of the Year: Mackenzie Williams


Mackenzie is an exceptional student who maintains an extraordinary GPA while also being a member of VCU’s field hockey team.  She was part of the team that won the A-10 Championship in 2020-21.  At VCU, she has achieved academic honors as a School of Business Dean’s Scholar and on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List.  Her academic accomplishments do not stop there, as she has also been recognized as an A-10 All-Academic Team member and an NFHCA Scholar of Distinction, which is awarded to student-athletes with cumulative GPAs of 3.9 or higher. Mackenzie’s future plans are to earn a Master's in Supply Chain Management at VCU.

Distinguished Service Awards: Keara Meeley


Keara is academically talented and also gives back to the school.  She has been on the Dean’s List for seven semesters and received the Arconic Community Scholarship valuing the Field of Engineering, Consumer Packaging, Business and Technology.  Keara has served the SCMA department by helping host events and employer spotlights for members of the Sigma Chi Mu Tau Supply Chain Honors Society as its Program Coordinator.  She completed a logistics internship at J.B. Hunt and is currently an intern in the HR department at IGS. After graduation, Keara plans to continue working in Richmond and looks forward to becoming more involved in the community.

The SCMA coursework has made me very competitive against other candidates for job opportunities. I have learned how to be adaptable, predict mistakes, and be a valuable asset to many teams. This program has made me unique and stand out in a cookie-cutter world.

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