Tuck is a residential MBA program, and one of the hallmarks of the Tuck experience is the informal, community learning that takes place outside the classroom.

  • The Tuck community is diverse and includes students, faculty, staff, and alumni from around the world—over 30% of the student body is from outside the U.S. (View a class profile.)
  • A quarter of the faculty are of international origin (View Facts & Figures.) Each of them adds their diverse global experience and interests to the community.

Students are encouraged to use their study groups and social situations as opportunities to learn from people with different experiences and perspectives. First year study groups are assigned with diversity in mind to encourage sharing of perspectives and give students experience working in multicultural teams.


Tuck Student Housing Tuck offers a unique residential experience, which means students don't scatter after classes are over.