Chicago Booth has developed recruiting policies designed to create a fair and nondiscriminatory recruiting environment for students, alumni, and companies. Please refer to the polices below for additional information and contact your Relationship Manager if you have any questions.
The Nondiscrimination Policy indicates that recruiting companies must evaluate candidates without consideration of any special factors and more specifically says "to interview at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, prospective employers of students or alumni from Chicago Booth must evaluate candidates without consideration of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status."
First-Year Recruiting Period
The First-Year Recruiting Period Policy indicates when prospective employers can start the recruiting process for summer internships.
To balance the needs of both students and employers, Chicago Booth has established an Offer Policy.
Full Disclosure Policy
Chicago Booth has a full disclosure policy with respect to actions taken by employers of which we believe future generations of Booth students should be aware. These actions, reported by students to Career Services, typically include rescinded offers, postponement of start dates, or exploding offers.
The Grade Nondisclosure Policy discusses the student policy concerning what GPA and honors information can be divulged by students.