MBA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
The Notre Dame MBA is committed to fostering a welcoming and inclusive community of diverse students, faculty and staff in a culture that respects the dignity of all. Our commitments include:
Increasing diversity within our community through active recruitment of diverse perspectives.
Cultivating a culture of inclusion through active engagements, collaborations and partnerships.
Advancing the professional development of all members of our community.
Integrating DE&I throughout the curriculum to build awareness and understanding.
Through an engaged and equitable application process, the Notre Dame MBA strives to create a diverse student body in each cohort. Further, by committing financial resources and partnering with organizations that are also dedicated to advancing equal access to business education, the program is able to support qualified applicants from underrepresented groups. Our long-standing partnerships with national organizations and diversity advocates reflects our commitment to recruiting talented and diverse MBA candidates.More About our Admissions Partners
A strong academic community and engaged alumni network are built from an inclusive and supportive environment. As part of Mendoza's flagship graduate business program, students from the Notre Dame MBA are pivotal to shaping Mendoza's inclusive culture through their leadership of student organizations, celebration of affinity and identities, and special interests in the business community.Explore Mendoza Affinity Clubs
The Notre Dame MBA is committed to ensuring that the life experience, viewpoints, and differences in backgrounds of each student is respected, valued, and integrated into career planning and development. Our MBA Career Development team partners with all students to ensure a successful career journey by encouraging student engagement and offering opportunities for identity-based networking and resources to help them achieve their full professional and economic potential.More About Diversity Career Conferences
Mendoza faculty strive to create inclusive classroom environments and emphasize the increasingly important role of diverse perspectives and identities in the business world with guest speakers, case studies, research and more. Throughout the Notre Dame MBA curriculum, students will also find that their courses build upon core fundamentals while also exploring the impacts of business on different communities and identities in the U.S. and abroad. Whether it is for-credit course offerings like Ethics of Data Analytics and Spirituality at Work, minors like International Business, or even experiential programming like Business on the Frontlines, students have multiple opportunities to broaden their perspectives through formal curriculum.View the Full MBA Curriculum
MBA Class Profile
U.S. Underrepresented Minorities*
U.S. Underrepresented Minorities*
*Underrepresented Minorities refers to U.S. citizens and permanent residents who identify as American Indian/Alaskan Native, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander or multiethnic; reported as a percentage of the domestic student population
**Reported as a percentage of the domestic student population
The commitment of the Mendoza community to diversity and inclusion is demonstrated through the various initiatives and events that prioritize the voices and experiences of diverse groups. This creates an environment where all students feel welcome, valued, and celebrated for who they are.Weston Hyde, MBA '24 and MBA Association President
DEI Grow the Good in Business ™ Case Competition
At Notre Dame, we believe that building a career in business means understanding how industries and organizations can serve the greater good. Through our courses, alumni engagement and experiential learning opportunities like the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Grow the Good in Business ™ Case Competition, students act on that belief while also utilizing their business acumen, problem solving and leadership skills. Through three rounds of competition, the annual case competition challenges MBA students to pitch bold and meaningful business ideas that address broadly-applicable DEI topics like the racial wealth gap and financial inclusion. Students work with local governments and corporate sponsors to generate community-based research and innovative business plans, all while demonstrating the critical role that business plays in creating diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces and communities.
President, MBA Association
Chief Diversity Officer, MBA Association
Chief International Officer, MBA Association
President, Asian MBA Student Association
President, Black Graduates in Management (BGM)
President, LGBTQ+ and Allies Club
President, Women in Business (WiB)
President, Military Veterans Club
President, Latin American Club at Mendoza
Faculty & Staff Diversity Catalysts
Associate Dean for Innovation and Inclusion
Academic Director of the MBA Program
MBA Career Development
MBA Student Services
MBA Recruiting & Admissions
Director of Alumni Relations
EMBA Academic Operations Coordinator