Cal State Fullerton Mihaylo College Titan Capital Management students present an oversized check to Emeline Yong, assistant dean for student affairs, on May 10, 2019.

Finance students in Titan Capital Management present a $30,000 check to Emeline Yong, assistant dean for student affairs (holding check at left) at Steven G. Mihaylo Hall on May 10, 2019.

Cal State Fullerton Mihaylo College’s Titan Capital Management (TCM), a student-managed stock and bond portfolio, has donated $30,000 to the Mihaylo Tutoring Center. This is the sixth consecutive year the program has used its proceeds to benefit student services.

Students at Cal State Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics will benefit from a $30,000 donation to the Mihaylo Tutoring Center from Titan Capital Management (TCM), an on-campus investment portfolio managed by high-achieving finance students.

Despite turbulent times in equity markets over the past year, the investment portfolio realized sharp gains in 2018, enabling the program to donate the proceeds to support student services, as it has done over the past six years. This year’s donation matches the amount provided in 2018 but is a sharp rise from the $5,000 first donated in 2014.

The funding will be used to compensate the instructional student assistants who provide peer tutoring to their classmates through the Mihaylo Tutoring Center, which provides tutoring for undergraduates on challenging or bottleneck courses in accounting, business writing, economics, finance and information systems.

By supporting the applied education of the next generation of finance professionals while supporting the success of one of the most diverse student populations in the United States, TCM represents the symbiotic initiatives currently transforming higher education and making Mihaylo College a leader as a versatile institution.

Learn more about Titan Capital Management or read more of our articles about the student-managed fund.