Simon Business School

Number 8 most diverse MBA program - U.S. News, November 2015 - 730 x 400


Our Commitment to Creating Opportunities.

Attracting and advancing high-potential minority, military, LGBT and female students is an ongoing priority for Simon Business School. We have partnered with leading nonprofit organizations including Forté Foundation, The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, Management for Leadership Tomorrow, Robert Toigo Foundation and Reaching Out MBA to actively support the development of diverse candidates. Active military members and veterans may also count on strong support from Simon Business School. Benefits and assistance include: scholarship support, a streamlined application process, as well as comprehensive networking and professional development opportunities.

As the fourth business school to join The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management in 1968, Simon shares the University of Rochester's distinctive heritage and commitment to promoting diversity. Bolstered by foundational community and University leaders, such as abolitionist Frederick Douglass, women’s rights activist Susan B. Anthony, and corporate leader and philanthropist Joseph C. Wilson, as well as numerous path-breaking scholars—we actively to seek out and include persons from diverse backgrounds and origins who, carry with them their own valued and important perspectives.

Experience Simon's Diverse Community.

Join us, as we celebrate Simon's culture of inclusion during Diversity Conference. This two-day event is hosted by the Simon MBA/MS Admissions office and co-sponsored by the Simon National Black MBA Association and the Latin American Student Organization of Simon.


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