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Guest Student Contributor, March 09, 2017By Jarett Berke T’17 Jarett is a second-year student and a former USMC pilot. Hosted by the Tuck Veterans Club, Tuck Military Visit Day, themed “Setting You Up for Success," will be Monday, May 1, 2017. During the event, you’ll get a chance to see what distinguishes Tuck Continue Reading
Financial Aid, March 07, 2017Tuck's veteran financial aid team includes director, Diane Bonin, who has been at Tuck for 19 years, assistant director, Kristy Snow (20 years), and counselor, Sandy Baker (15 years). They adhere to an open-door policy and are happy to help students during the application process Continue Reading
Stephanie Butler, February 28, 2017Dear Waitlisters, Last week, I did a chat on Beat the GMAT specifically to offer some transparency and advice to those on the waitlist. If you attended—thank you! It was an incredibly active discussion (which I hope means it was helpful!). For those who couldn&rsquo Continue Reading
Admissions, February 21, 2017April 5th is Tuck’s final application deadline if you want to be part of the class of 2019. Like most candidates who are considering whether to apply in a school's final round, you probably have a lot of questions, maybe even assumptions. While we can't speak Continue Reading
Admissions, February 14, 2017Tuck's Student Ambassador Team collaborates with the Admissions Office to share their Tuck experience with prospective students. The Team is structured by geographical region, with an SAT Captain leading each. In the following months, we'll introduce you to them. Today, meet Tanvi Nayar, T'18 and India Co-Captain. Please Continue Reading
Admissions, February 10, 2017It’s awards season! In honor of the upcoming Oscars, we cordially invite you to subscribe to the critically acclaimed Tuck 360: MBA Blog. (Evening gowns and tuxedos are encouraged, but not required.) And now in its debut viewing, it is our greatest pleasure to present, “Why Continue Reading
Admissions, February 03, 2017Getting ready to kick-off the MBA application process? Some color commentary for the football minded: Why applying to b-school is like preparing for the Super Bowl. You’ve been getting ready for this your whole life (even if you didn’t know it). This is a holistic Continue Reading
Stephanie Butler, January 18, 2017This afternoon, I hosted our daily “Q&A with an Admissions Officer” session. Like many other days (most, really), the prospective student visitors had questions about Tuck’s Research Centers and Initiatives—today it happened to be the Revers Center for Energy and the Center Continue Reading
Admissions, January 10, 2017Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an Admissions Officer? How it feels? In his new post on MBA Crystal Ball, Suds gives you a peek into the dynamics of Tuck’s Admissions Committee. By Sudershan Tirumala T’10 Associate Director of Continue Reading
Admissions, January 03, 2017When approached with the right perspective, January can be such a refreshing time of year. A time to refocus priorities and take stock of the previous year (good and bad!). With all this reflection, perhaps you realized you’re ready to pursue a different career. Perhaps, you realized you Continue Reading
Justine Kohr, January 02, 2017Happy New Year! Thank you for being an avid reader of Tuck360, our official MBA blog here at the Tuck School of Business. Looking back, these were some of our most widely-read blog posts of the year. We hope your 2017 is a great one! 1. Get to Know a Tuckie: Continue Reading
Admissions, December 27, 2016Tuck's Student Ambassador Team collaborates with the Admissions Office to share their Tuck experience with prospective students. The team is structured by geographical region, with an SAT Captain leading each. In the following months, we'll introduce you to them. Today, meet Eduardo Watanabe, T'17 and Continue Reading
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