At Fisher College of Business, we champion diversity in intellectual thought and perspective. We inspire leadership through passion, integrity, hard work, and the desire to succeed. Students join our programs because of the culture we have designed and our emphasis on high-impact teaching and research.
At Fisher College of Business, we continually seek to expand ethnic and cultural diversity as a contributor to intellectual diversity – and as a key factor in our success.
Recruitment and Career Management Success
Fisher has a strong presence at the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) and the National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) conferences, among others. Our student ambassadors make personal contact with prospective students.
Recruiters consistently hire our graduates both for their business acumen and their ability to collaborate and manage new ideas. Fisher’s Office of Career Management helps students successfully manage their career search and minority recruitment fairs have enabled Fisher to place students with top companies, including JPMorgan Chase, Proctor & Gamble, IBM, General Electric, and Limited Brands, to name a few.
Educational and Professional Diversity
Fisher’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion Student Services offers academic counseling, scholarships, need-based financial aid, and tutoring services for minority undergraduate and graduate students and support to campus departments, corporations, companies, and agencies which seek to help minority students succeed academically, financially, and socially.
A Destination College for Women
Fisher College of Business is a proven leader in providing a platform for the success of its women students, faculty, and staff through world-class business education, leadership development, networking, and collaboration. Fisher has established partnerships with academic partnerships with the Women Presidents’ Organization and the National Association for Women MBAs.
Fisher consistently provides a number of events, services, and student organizations tailored to meet the needs of international students.
Student organizations and activities are as varied as our students themselves. Student groups bring speakers to campus, sponsor conferences and other special events, organize networking opportunities, and hold career development forums in collaboration with the Office of Career Management. As a member of one of Fisher’s student organizations, students can connect locally and nationally with peers in social and professional settings, as well as with top executives and alumni from around the world.