Civic Scholars Program
The Civic Scholars Program, part of the Weekend MBA Program, is a highly selective program designed for impact-driven professionals who work in a 501(c) designated nonprofit organization or for the government. This program offers full-tuition scholarships funded by a gift from the Neubauer Family Foundation to qualifying professionals from across the US.
In addition to taking courses with other MBA students, as a Neubauer Civic Scholar you'll experience specialized programming, and networking opportunities designed specifically for government and nonprofit professionals. Taught by the same faculty as the Full-Time and Evening MBA Programs, you’ll earn the same MBA degree. No other world class business school currently offers a program as comprehensive for civic leaders.
|Civic Scholars Program Lunch & Learn
||Gleacher Center, Room 303
*If registering for the Saturday, December 1 Lunch & Learn, we encourage you to also schedule a class visit either before or after the lunch.
The Civic Scholars Program also hosts events across the US. Check our schedule and when we are coming to a city near you!
- Full-Time Work Experience
- 6 – 13 years of work experience and currently working in a nonprofit or the government
- GMAT score or GRE equivalent
- Undergraduate GPA
- Extraordinary Potential
- to become a recognized leader in their field
*The ranges above are meant to provide you with an idea of who would most benefit from the program; however, all applicants will be given the same level of consideration
In the Weekend MBA Program, classes meet Saturdays at Gleacher Center in downtown Chicago from 9 a.m. to Noon or 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., for 11 weeks on average. Classes may be taken on Friday evenings as well.
- Campus Location
- Length of Program
- 2.5 - 3 years
- Courses per Quarter
- Average of 2 courses
- Total Number of Courses
- 20 courses, plus LEAD
- Full-tuition covered as a Neubauer Civic Scholar