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The Booth community has a special combination of collaboration and competition. Our diverse culture celebrates curiosity, encourages you to ask questions and challenge ideas, and fosters critical thinking—all in an atmosphere that’s inspiring, positive, and constructive.

At Booth, you’ll meet students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are passionately invested in each other's success. They will expand your thinking, help you see the world in new ways, and enrich and improve your ideas. No matter which program you choose, you’ll learn alongside high-achieving peers who inspire you to take risks, challenge yourself, and become a more self-aware, self-assured leader.

You’ll develop friends for a lifetime and a lifelong global network committed to helping you rise.

Our Community by the Numbers

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Alumni who return to campus to share advice with incoming students during annual Booth 20/20 events

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Number of student groups across all programs

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Percent of alumni who have at least once recommended Chicago Booth students or alumni for a position at their company in the last 12 months

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Alumni clubs worldwide


Get Involved

Join a student group, such as the African American MBA Association. Get involved in a service project. Participate in a national competition or network with alumni at lectures, dinners, and coffee conversations. In everything from day-to-day interactions with classmates to mentoring relationships with faculty, you’ll be surrounded by a community of people who are dedicated to helping you succeed.

“When people think of Chicago Booth, they’ll often think first about a heavily academic, robust curriculum. While that’s absolutely true, Booth is also just genuinely a fun experience. People there are super outgoing, and it’s such a diverse class. You will meet someone you connect with strongly.”
—Gilad Andorn, ’18

Stories from Our Community

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Support for Partners and Families

When you join the Chicago Booth community, your whole family does too. We welcome and embrace partners and families through a variety of initiatives, including Booth Partners, a student group that provides a vital network of community and support for spouses, significant others, and families. Booth Partners hosts more than 75 events a year, from Chicago tours and pop culture meetups to skill-sharing workshops and career events.

The Parents of Little Ones (POLO) Club provides support and community for families at Booth made up of an amazing network of students and partners, and a great source of family fun! We host events weekly such as library story time, visiting museums, family park meet-ups, kids classes, mom’s night out, dad’s night out, and more!

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Booth Gets Social

Explore the everyday life of Booth around the globe, on our social media channels.

Booth Gets Social
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The Booth Africa student group enjoyed vibrant Ethiopian cuisine in the heart of Chicago!

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Booth’s wellness team fosters a culture of well-being to set students up for success.

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Students gathered on campus to catch the last total solar eclipse until 2044.

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OUTreach’s Pink Party celebrates queer identity and gives back to the LGBTQ+ community.

Explore Our Programs

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MBA Programs

Put your bold ideas into action. No matter which degree program you choose, learn from world-class faculty and join the same influential network, and the same dynamic community.

MBA Programs

Engage Further in Why Booth

The Executive MBA Program is registered under the Hong Kong Education Bureau. Registration No.: 262427. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognise any qualification to which this course may lead.