Diversity is an integral part of the Kellogg community. With the complexity of the global business landscape today, those individuals who understand, leverage and value differences will ultimately be the most equipped to lead. This is why diversity is so important.

At Kellogg we develop strong leaders who are technically competent and understand the importance of being culturally competent as well.

In addition to Kellogg’s summer recruiting travel, the admissions team hosts a variety of underrepresented minority and LGBT events across the country.

Diversity Events

Location Date Description
San Francisco, CA
August 1, 2019
Diversity Dinner | Event Closed
Los Angeles, CA
August 4, 2019
Diversity Brunch | Event Closed
New York, NY
August 8, 2019
Diversity Reception | Event Closed
Washington D.C.
August 10, 2019
Diversity Lunch | Event Closed
Atlanta, GA
August 13, 2019
Diversity Dinner | Event Closed
Dallas, TX
August 21, 2019
Diversity Dinner | Event Closed
Chicago, IL
September 7, 2019
Diversity Brunch | Event Closed
Houston, TX
September 28, 2019
Diversity Brunch | Event Closed
New York, NY
October 14, 2019
CHecK uS out -  MBA LGBT Open House | Event Closed
San Francisco, CA
October 28, 2019
CHecK uS out -  MBA LGBT Open House | Register

Student culture

A woman writes using a marker in a classroom.
The Kellogg experience is shaped by the unique perspectives and organizations that represent our students’ diverse academic, cultural and social pursuits.

Partner Organizations

Because Kellogg is committed to actively recruit and develop diverse talent, we partner with many organizations that share our vision of promoting diversity, including:


Kellogg is proud to offer a variety of merit and financial need-based scholarships. All admitted students will be considered for merit scholarships. A separate application is required during the admission process to be considered for financial need based 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 industries, geographies, and social and cultural interests.

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