College of Business VEISHEA Activities

Due to events in Campustown, President Leath has suspended the remainder of VEISHEA activities for the week. This includes our “Breakfast With Business” coffee and donut event that had been scheduled for Saturday morning before the parade. We apologize for the late change of plans.


President Leath is appointing a task force to determine the future of VEISHEA. Watch for more updates in coming weeks.


Campus Cookout – April 7

Campus Showcase highlighting the College of Business

Central Campus

11:00 – 2:00pm

FREE with VEISHEA Button

Menu: Jimmy John’s sandwiches, chips, and Designer Cupcakes from ISU Dining


Campus Activities: Business Council, Entrepreneurial Club (E-Club), MIS Club, and ENACTUS will have lawn/tailgating activities like bag toss, Frisbee, ladder golf, Jenga, etc for people to participate in while enjoying time on campus.


Breakfast with Business – April 12

We invite you and your family to join us for the VEISHEA Parade on Saturday, April 12. Come early to grab your parade spot and enjoy breakfast. We will have coffee, juice, and donuts, on the Ground Floor at the Gerdin Business Building before the VEISHEA Parade begins.


Time: 9:00 a.m.

Location: Gerdin Business Building, Ground Floor – East Doors

Parade Begins: 10:30 a.m.


RSVP to Deborah Martinez at or call 515-294-2474 by April 7 at 12:00 p.m.


VEISHEA Parade – April 12

Wave at the College of Business Student Organizations!


Time: 10:30am


Business Council, Beta Alpha Psi, SHRM, Finance Club, Delta Sigma Pi, MIS Club, and International Business Club will all be walking in the parade with the College of Business float. 


Collegiate Women in Business (CWIB) & SCM Club will be walking in the parade with their banners.


VEISHEA Village – April 12


Time: 9:00 – 5:00pm


Business Council

8:30am – 3:00pm

Gerdin Business Building

Cyclone face tattoos in the Granite Hallway – get your tattoo and join us for Breakfast at 9am before the parade!


MIS Club

Carnival games in the Bergstrom Commons at the Gerdin Business Building



Selling baskets for Africa – look for them at one of the tables on Central Campus