Whatever your background, there are no pigeon-holes at Tuck.
This is a personal investment. Our commitment to diversity applies to the curriculum and to our educational approach. Understanding the spectrum of experiences and outlooks is essential for leaders who will manage diverse workforces. Ensuring that everyone feels comfortable in the Tuck community accomplishes more than harmony; it improves the learning process. It is a critical component of leadership development.
85 Broads is an exclusive global women’s network whose mission is to generate exceptional professional and social value for its members. Through regional events and online community, members engage in a rapid, high-powered exchange of ideas and information which is what makes 85 Broads so unique. 85 Broads offers insight and advice for women as they consider an MBA and host several events for women throughout the year for aspiring women MBAs.
ASCENT is a national, not-for-profit organization committed to the professional development and corporate career advancement of multicultural women.
The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management is the country’s preeminent organization for promoting diversity and inclusion in American business. Through an annual competition, The Consortium awards merit-based, full-tuition fellowships to America’s best and brightest candidates.
The Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity creates partnerships with offices and individuals across the institution to provide resources that promote access, respect, and community for all.
Forté Foundation is a consortium of major corporations and top business schools that has become a powerful change agent in educating and directing talented women toward leadership roles in business. Their mission is to substantially increase the number of women business leaders by increasing the flow of women into key educational gateways and business networks. The organization offers dozens of resources to female prospective MBAs.
The mission of Hispanic-American Student Association (HASA) is aimed at enriching the professional, academic, social and cultural pursuits of its members. Although HASA's activities are focused towards Tuck's Hispanic student community, all students are encouraged to participate. HASA is also forming relationships with the other Latino and Latin American groups across Dartmouth's undergraduate and graduate schools in order to form an integrated and unified Latino presence throughout the Dartmouth campus.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow delivers programming that puts minorities on the fast-track to success at every stage of their careers: from College through MBA and the Executive levels. MLT is a leading source of minority talent for top graduate business schools and for many of the nation's premier corporations including Citi, Goldman Sachs, Google, McKinsey & Co, PepsiCo and Target.
The Tuck African Ancestry Business Association (TAABA) is committed to enriching the value of the greater Tuck community by increasing the diversity of people, ideas, and activities. We seek to build a strong sense of community among students of African decent at Tuck by organizing social events for TAABA members and their partners, providing academic assistance, and encouraging members to use one another as a sounding board for concerns and ideas, both personal and business related. It is our responsibility to work with the admissions office to increase the number of African Ancestry enrollees. Lastly, we intend to increase TAABA's visibility within the Tuck and greater Dartmouth communities by sponsoring various social and networking events, and by working with the Dartmouth Black Business Association (DBBA).
Our annual Diversity Conference offers prospective students a weekend of discussion, networking, mentoring, and socializing. You'll learn more about Tuck's academic program, opportunities for personal and professional development, and what makes our community unique. You'll also have the chance to interact with the companies that make diversity a priority. Students, alumni, faculty, and staff join with visiting executives—and you—at this student-run event.
Tuck’s Initiative for Women provides opportunities for students, faculty and staff, and alumnae to connect around the important issues of gender dynamics and gender equality. Programming encourages open dialogue and fosters the academic, professional, and personal development of Tuck women.
Tuck Pride is the LGBTQ resource and support group for the Tuck community. We provide a social and support network for LGBTQ students, foster connections with LGBTQ alumni, serve as a resource for prospective students, help Tuck benefit from the richness of the LGBTQ community, and act as a liaison with other LGBTQ groups at Dartmouth and at other top business schools. The LGBT and ally members of Tuck Pride are dedicated to fostering respect for diversity of all types within our community of future business leaders and supporting LGBTQ Tuckies in the development of positive social and professional identities that acknowledge their sexual identities.
The mission of Tuck's Women in Business Club is to foster a community that enables women to achieve personal and professional success. To this end, WIB provides mentoring, networking, and career development throughout the Tuck experience. We also host an annual conference for prospective and current students, alumni, faculty and staff.