Tuck is deeply committed to creating a diverse and inclusive learning environment and is proud to partner with several different organizations that further this mission.
Explore diversity, equity, and inclusion at Tuck and learn more about our partner organizations and programs that provide resources and support to prospective MBA applicants and current MBA students.
Access’s mission is to increase access to graduate management education for talented underrepresented and under-resourced communities. They provide the only free comprehensive admissions resource for underrepresented minorities and women interested in applying for an MBA or other business-related graduate programs. Access provides both resources and community support to ensure its members never apply alone. Members also have the opportunity to apply for a fellowship that provides free coaching, test preparation, mentorship, and admissions support for under-resourced MBA applicants.
The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management’s mission is to enhance diversity and inclusion in global business education and leadership by striving to reduce the significant underrepresentation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans in both their member schools’ enrollments and the ranks of global management. They connect people, institutions, and companies that have shown a commitment to their mission and position them for even greater success through a common application, opportunity for full tuition scholarship funding, as well as a network of the country’s best students, leading MBA programs, and corporate partners, including Fortune 500 companies.
The Division of Institutional Diversity and Equity (IDE)—through strategic planning, policy oversight and campus partnerships—strives to ensure that Dartmouth College is a diverse, welcoming and inclusive community where staff, faculty, and students can thrive while in pursuit of their educational and professional endeavors.
Forté is a non-profit organization with a goal of achieving gender parity at all levels of business. Forté works closely with business schools, corporations, and universities to ensure women have access to opportunities at every stage in their career. They offer a wide variety of resources, including MBA prep, professional development, opportunity for fellowship, executive education, and a diverse community of successful women.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) is a nonprofit aiming to equip and embolden high-achieving individuals from underrepresented communities—Black, Latinx, and Native American—to realize their full potential, to make a mark, and make a difference. They provide these rising leaders with coaching, a professional playbook, and the networks they need to excel in high-trajectory careers, secure economic mobility for their families, and become high-impact senior leaders equipped to advocate for vulnerable communities.
Reaching OUT MBA’s mission is to increase the influence of the LGBTQ+ community in business by educating, inspiring, and connecting MBA students and alumni. With programming, anchored by its annual conference, ROMBA offers programming to educate students about the opportunities and challenges of being an LGBTQ+ MBA student and business leader, how to capitalize on those opportunities, and how to overcome those challenges, inspire and enable LGBTQ+ MBA students to be leaders in their careers and in society, and build connections among LGBTQ+ MBA students. ROMBA also offers opportunity for fellowship, empowering LGBTQ+ MBA students to become professionals who will lead the way to equality in business education, in the workplace, and throughout society.
Toigo’s mission is to build diverse organizations by fostering a culture of inclusion—in the boardroom, in meeting rooms, in every interaction. Toigo offers an MBA Program providing a needed but missing network of career connections, training, and support to diverse business school candidates launching careers in finance.