Our community aims to foster a culture and environment where all members can bring their authentic selves to Tuck, feel included, and have the support to thrive. Based on a foundation built by Tuck students who came before them, students of color and their peers are committed to supporting each other and co-creating their Tuck MBA experiences as they design and deliver unique opportunities to learn, lead, and be led by difference. Learn more about the African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, and Native/Indigenous communities at Tuck below.
As you embark on your MBA journey, learn more about Tuck by connecting with members of our community.
21% U.S. minorities
(All Students Denominator)
Includes American Indian, African American, Asian American, Hispanic/Latinx
32% U.S. minorities
(U.S. & Permanent Residents Denominator)
Includes American Indian, African American, Asian American, Hispanic/Latinx
12% U.S. Underrepresented Minorities
(U.S. Students Denominator)
Includes American Indian, African American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native Hawaiian
“From day one, Tuck empowered me to find and grow my voice, taught me to use my voice to empower other voices, and showed me the value of building a different kind of diversity—in my skillset. These learnings at Tuck have proven transformative for me, both personally and professionally.”
Fay Wells T'06 | Empowering Your Voice—and the Voices of Others
With a 20+ year history, the Tuck Diversity Conference (DivCo) has emerged as one of the premier business school diversity events. Student leaders choose the conference theme each year with the goal of celebrating all perspectives, ideas, and life experiences. The event offers prospective students a weekend of discussions, networking, mentoring, and socializing with Tuck students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
Learn more about DivCo which took place this past September. 2024 conference dates will be set in early 2024.
Inclusiveness, camaraderie, participation—these are Tuck traditions. From club meetings to student-run symposia to volunteering in the wider community, Tuck offers a multitude of ways to get involved and grow. Below you’ll find information on select cultural affinity student clubs that enrich our community. Explore additional student clubs and activities and connect with members via Tuck Ambassadors.
Asia Business Club (ABC)
Asia Business Club works to strengthen the ties between Tuck and the Asian community.
Black Students Association at Tuck (BSAT)
Black Students Association at Tuck 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 descent at Tuck by organizing social events for 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 visibility within the Tuck and greater Dartmouth communities by sponsoring various social and networking events, and by working with the undergraduate dean for Black Student Advising.
Consortium Student Association
The Tuck Consortium Student Association serves to provide a space for students who join Tuck via The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management to support one another in their career and professional development journeys as well as opportunities to foster meaningful relationships and networks.
Hispanic American Student Association (HASA)
The mission of the 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 on 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.
Tuck Association of Diverse Alumni (TADA)
As an alumni group, TADA's mission centers around its commitment to promoting the interests and supporting the ongoing needs of diverse alumni and students by providing a community, network, and support system. Learn more about TADA’s mission and programming.
At the Tuck School we are committed to increasing representation for underrepresented groups in our MBA program and we partner with various organizations to increase diversity in the business school landscape.
Access’s mission is to increase access to graduate management education for talented underrepresented and under-resourced communities. They provide both resources and community support to ensure their members never apply alone. Access hosts specific Access, Access+, and Fellowship programming for women and/or underrepresented minorities (African American, American Indian, Alaskan Native, and/or LatinX) currently applying for an MBA or other business-related graduate programs. Learn more about Access, including details on their Access, Access+, or Fellowship programs, and visit their FAQs for more information.
The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management
Tuck has been a proud member of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management since 1999. The Consortium’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. Learn more about The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management and reach out to the Consortium Student Association at Tuck.
Management Leadership for Tomorrow
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. The MLT MBA Prep Program provides 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. Learn more about Management Leadership for Tomorrow, including their story, partners, and the MBA Prep Program.
Toigo’s mission is to build diverse organizations by fostering a culture of inclusion—in the boardroom, in meeting rooms, in every interaction. The Toigo MBA Program provides a network of career connections, training, and support for African American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American/Pacific Islander, South Asian American, and/or Native American/Alaskan Native business school candidates launching careers in finance. Learn more about the Toigo Foundation, including their story, the MBA Program, and different career paths Toigos have pursued.
Our team of career advisors are industry experts who will work closely with you to develop your personalized post-MBA career strategy. They will help you understand and prepare for the recruiting process as they support and empower you to identify and reach your goals. In addition to industry-expert career advisers, at Tuck you’ll find the world’s most responsive alumni network, engaging industry-specific centers, and dynamic career clubs dedicated to mentoring and supporting you.
Longstanding recruiting relationships provide you with access to opportunities from more than 1,000 of the world’s top companies and organizations. Top hiring companies include Amazon, Google, Bain & Company, McKinsey & Company, Cargill, Colgate-Palmolive, Procter & Gamble, and Morgan Stanley. Explore our employment statistics for comprehensive employment results for recent alums and current students.
“The type of experience that I personally wanted to have was something that would invest in me as much I was about to invest in it and that personal investment was one of the bigger reasons for me picking Tuck over a lot of other places.”
Marcus Morgan T'19 | 2019 Best & Brightest MBAs profile on Poets & Quants
There are two ways to apply to Tuck—directly or via The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management.
All applicants applying directly to Tuck are required to complete an online application. For more information, including preparing to apply, navigating the application, and understanding next steps, please review our Applying to Tuck and Admissions FAQs pages.
Eligible prospective students can apply to the Tuck School of Business via The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management. This common application contains a Tuck-specific supplement. The Consortium application allows candidates to apply to up to 6 member schools through one application. Each year the Consortium application opens on August 15 and there are two submission deadlines, October 15 and January 5. You may complete the Consortium application in lieu of the Tuck application.
Diversity and inclusion are cornerstones to delivering on Tuck’s mission of developing wise, decisive leaders who better the world through business. Learn more about DEI at Tuck including our action plan, news, heritage & history celebrations and other events, data, and resources.
The Tuck MBA is an investment in yourself and your capacity for wise leadership. Learn more about Financing Your Degree at Tuck including Tuck scholarships, loans, outside scholarships, and student testimonials.
The Dartmouth Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity focuses on supporting, assisting, and enhancing Dartmouth's commitment to learning and pluralism by planning trainings and programs that help maintain and build an environment that accepts and welcomes differences.