Diversity is an integral part of the Kellogg community. With the complexity of the global business landscape today, those who understand, leverage and value differences will ultimately be the most equipped to lead. Our goal is to develop strong leaders who are not only technically competent but understand the importance of being culturally competent as well.

We know many of you were looking forward to and planning to attend our upcoming diversity events, but the health of our guests, community and the public is our top priority. As we continue to carefully monitor COVID-19, all on-campus and off-campus events are canceled until further notice.

Thankfully, there are still plenty of ways to get to know Kellogg. Our virtual events allow you to take part in a variety of underrepresented minority and LGBTQIA+ events and learn more about what life is like at Kellogg.

We can’t wait to welcome you to campus or host you in your city again in the future.

You can see our upcoming diversity events here.

Partner Organizations

Scholarships

Kellogg is proud to offer a variety of merit and financial need-based scholarships. All admitted students will be considered for merit scholarships.

Student Clubs

Our students do more than learn new skills in the classroom. They put them to practice in more than 100 clubs focused on a variety of social and cultural interests.

Student Culture

The Kellogg experience is shaped by the unique perspectives and organizations that represent our students’ diverse academic, cultural and social pursuits.

Interested in learning more? Get in touch.

Kellogg School of Management

Northwestern University
340 E. Superior Street, Chicago, IL 60611