In this season of change and gratitude we’re thankful for
The Health and Safety of Our Community
Though the last two years have brought no shortage of challenges, we were committed to bringing our students and faculty back together this academic year. Doing so meant a great deal of coordination and safety measures, as well as individual commitments to uphold these important practices. We’re grateful for the successes of this approach and the energy of in person classes, gatherings, and twinkling eyes that indicate smiles behind masks.
Watching Our Home City Come Back to Life
While we know that each town and city around the globe are at various stages of pandemic response, Chicago has been fortunate to make great progress — thanks in large part to high vaccination rates. We’re grateful for bustling streets, cheers from sports arenas, delicious dining options, and sounds of live blues and jazz music that bring to life Chicago’s hallmark experiences once again.
Where would we be without our supportive community? The people at Booth provide an extensive family of support, from our Admissions team to our first- and second-year students to Career Services, Academic Services, the Wellness team, and so many others who help create a culture of collaboration — including our global alumni network! Navigating through unprecedented challenges revealed just how much Boothies invest in each other to ensure support on all sides, no matter what comes our way.
Since 1898, Chicago Booth has continued to grow and expand its research, offerings, and global impact. None of that would have been possible without each new class of Boothies pursuing an MBA. Which is why we’re incredibly grateful for your continued interest in our program and the prospect of amazing things to come with every new generation of Chicago Booth leaders.