Tuck brings together students, faculty, and staff from across the globe and from all segments of society to learn, teach, and work together.
Our commitment to diversity applies to the curriculum and to our educational approach. Our global business perspective means that we value differences—cultural, historical, social. 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.
At our annual Tuck Diversity Conference, created in 1994, prospective students meet with current students, alumni, faculty, and staff for a weekend of discussion, networking, mentoring, and socializing. By dining with students and alumni, talking with professors, and meeting with staff, prospective students can explore opportunities for personal and professional development at Tuck. And they learn first hand what makes our community unique. They also have the chance to interact with the companies that make diversity a priority.
Since 2005, the Women in Business Conference has brought together prospective students, current students, alumni, faculty and staff for two days of workshops, social events, panel discussions and more. The Women in Business Conference is a student-run event. The WIB Conference Co-Chairs work in tandem with the Women in Business Club leadership team to provide the Tuck and broader community with thought provoking content and community building activities.
As an underrepresented minority applying to Tuck's MBA program, there are several resources available to you, including student clubs and partner organizations. We encourage you to utilize these resources throughout the exploration and application process.