Graduate Student Involvement Opportunities

There are many meaningful ways for graduate students in the School of Business to get involved in groups and events beyond the classroom.

Student Engagement Councils

Each graduate degree program maintains a Student Engagement Council that facilitates socials, celebrations, feedback opportunities, and other student-to-student events within the program. The Student Engagement Council may also work collaboratively to create events that span multiple degree programs.

Student Groups

Students also have the opportunity to engage with multi-program affinity groups that provide opportunities to connect via shared identities and build community while exploring relevant topics. Additionally, students are able to serve on student advisory councils that support the work of our strategic initiatives.

School Events

Apart from student groups, event-based involvement opportunities provide students with short-term leadership opportunities that culminate in the execution of marquee school events.  Examples of recent student events are: global case competitions, philanthropic fundraising initiatives, forums on contemporary marketplace issues, and events to help students de-stress and have fun.

The entrepreneurial student spirit is alive and well in the School of Business, so we also welcome incoming students to contribute by bringing their own ideas to the table!

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