At Berkeley Haas, we believe that diversity enhances individual learning and improves organizational performance and we are committed to increasing the representation of historically underrepresented minorities in business education.
As an underrepresented minority (URM) at Berkeley Haas, you will join a supportive and ambitious group of students who are stand-out leaders in the classroom and in the community. Students at Haas embrace the principles of Question the Status Quo and Beyond Yourself—driving initiatives to support URM undergraduates and prospective MBAs interested in business education, and engaging the entire Haas community in fostering an inclusive culture.
Scholarships for Students Dedicated to Promoting Diversity
The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management (CGSM) is committed to increasing the representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans in American business schools and corporate management. CGSM is an alliance of top business schools working in partnership with corporations to encourage diversity in business. Candidates who apply through The Consortium, and are accepted, are considered for full tuition and fee fellowships.
Provided by the generosity of Michael Torres, this one-year $10,000 fellowship is awarded to an MBA student with a commitment to promoting diversity in the workplace and in business.
Provided by the generosity of Steve Tirado, this diversity scholarship is awarded based on proven ability to promote diversity. Award amount is dependent upon available payout.
The Office for Graduate Diversity (OGD) provides support services for prospective and continuing students on the Berkeley campus in an effort to maintain a more diverse graduate student community.
The Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society brings together researchers, community stakeholders, policymakers, and communicators to identify and challenge the barriers to an inclusive, just, and sustainable society in order to create transformative change.
Organizations We Collaborate With
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) equips and emboldens high-achieving women and men from underrepresented communities – African American, Latino/a and Native American – to realize their full potential, to make a mark and make a difference.
National Black MBA Association, Inc. (NBMBAA) leads in the creation of educational opportunities and economic growth for Black professionals.
National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) strives to empower Hispanic professionals to achieve their full educational, economic, and social potential.
The Riordan MBA Fellows provide a pathway for underrepresented students to excel in business and leadership.
Toigo Foundation fosters the career advancement and increased leadership of underrepresented talent in finance and allied industries.
|Evan Wright | MBA 20
The Berkeley Haas Consortium Liaisons work to strengthen our efforts around diversity, including but not limited to curriculum, faculty and student recruitment, and partnership building. The Liaisons have been especially focused on enhancing the Consortium's engagement with the Haas community.
Learn more about our current Consortium Liaisons, and reach out to them if you have questions.