Application Process

Is Tuck right for you?

Each year, the number of talented applicants exceeds the number of offers we can extend. The admissions committee has the challenge of selecting a target class size of 4 sections consisting of 60-70 students each from thousands of applications from around the world. 

The admissions team considers a variety of factors when gauging a candidate's application. Criteria include academic credentials, leadership and team skills, communications skills, diversity, and global mindset. Through our holistic admissions process, we do our best to determine which candidates will be the best match with Tuck.

If you have been successful academically and professionally and believe that Tuck is the right place for you, we encourage you to apply! We also encourage qualified applicants from all types of backgrounds to apply, including those who might not have traditional business experience.

Application Form

Applicants must use our online application process. If you are unable to do so, please contact the admissions office.

Each applicant must complete a Tuck application form (the exception is for applicants who apply via the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management—they must instead complete the Consortium application. For more information, see the Consortium for Candidates page of this website).

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Tuck makes its applications available in alternative formats for applicants with special needs. For more information, please contact the director of student disabilities services, at 603-646-2014.

Dawna Clarke, Director of Admissions The admissions team considers a variety of factors when gauging a candidate's application. Criteria include academic credentials, leadership and team skills, communications skills, diversity, and global mindset. Tuck's educational philosophy of access, focus, and personal scale translates into the admissions process.