Taking place virtually, Nov. 13 -14, 2020.
We believe a diverse student population creates a richer, more valuable experience for all. That’s why we host our annual Diversity Weekend each fall.
Learn more about the Tepper Experience at our virtual Diversity Weekend Event.
What Happens During Diversity Weekend?
Throughout this virtual weekend, Tepper representatives will highlight the value of an MBA and the strengths of our program, as well as showcase the differences and advantages of our diverse community, program, and global alumni network. We also share tips on the MBA application process.
- Graduate Business Association (GBA) welcome address.
- B**rs networking event with current students and staff.
- Full day of presentations from faculty, students, and staff.
- Diversity organization club fair.
- Alumni panel.
- Mock MBA classes.
- Optional application workshop.
Who Should Attend Diversity Weekend?
Women belong in business. A Tepper School MBA will help you accomplish your unique career goals while providing a personalized path that varies from woman to woman. From Tepper Women in Business to our partnership with the Forté Foundation, there are ample opportunities for Tepper School women to thrive.
We welcome your perspective as a self-identifying lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender student, and want to meet you as an ally. From Out & Allied to participation in the Reaching Out Conference, LGBTQ students will find a welcoming community that embraces their perspective.
Active Military & Veterans
The Tepper School is built on leadership, and as a military student, you will easily adapt to the challenge of business school. We look forward to the knowledge you will bring to the student experience. The Tepper Veterans Club, our participation in Yellow Ribbon and partnership with Military MBA provides valuable resources to ensure you have the support you need.
U.S. Underrepresented Minorities
As an underrepresented minority student, you bring unique and powerful perspective; in turn, we strive to support you along the way. From the Black Business Association and Latin American Business Club to our partnership with The Consortium, underrepresented students are well-prepared for succeeding in MBA studies and post-MBA careers.