Radford University's College of Business & Economics's outreach centers and programs serve to support business throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and specifically throughout Western Virginia.  The center's professional staff work together to provide in-depth, hands-on services and programs.  The outreach centers include; The Governmental and Nonprofit Assistance Center and the Small Business Development Center. Programs within the College of Business & Economics seek to stimulate, educate, and support the students at Radford University.

The Governmental and Nonprofit Assistance Center serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas among faculty and public/private sector managers, and seeks to identify and promote "best practices" in accountability and management for organizations in the public and nonprofit sectors.

The Small Business Development Center provides counseling, training and resources to Virginia's small business community.

The BB&T Global Capitalism Speaker Lecture Series is part of a semiannual symposium to stimulate thought and discussion about capitalism, the tenets of free enterprise and the best practices of successful organizations

The mission of the College of Business & Economics Advisory Council is to provide advice, guidance, and support for the continuing development of high quality business programs at Radford University.

The College of Business & Economics Student Advisory Board facilitates interaction between students, student organizations, faculty, staff, and administration. The Advisory Board responds to students' needs and serves as their voice. The Advisory Board also assists in the fulfillment of the mission of the COBE.