Start of Main Content

Build your skill set. Grow your network

Getting involved in clubs and organizations at Kellogg offers more than an opportunity to build your network. You can practice your management skills, collaborate with your peers and test your leadership style.

It’s up to you to decide how much — or how little — you’d like to participate in these clubs and organizations. Representing different cultures, geographies and industries, they are designed to complement your personal and professional interests.

Clubs and organizations

All Evening & Weekend MBA students belong to the Kellogg Student Association - Evening & Weekend (KSA - E&W), a student activities organization that serves as a liaison between Evening & Weekend MBA students, Kellogg administrators and the Full-Time MBA Program’s Kellogg Student Association (KSA). In addition, students can join any number of clubs and organizations, which represent a variety of industries, geographies, as well as social and cultural interests. Students are also invited to join clubs in the Full-Time MBA Program. 

Evening & Weekend clubs include:

  • AI Club
  • Black Management Association
  • Blockchain Club
  • Business Leadership Club
  • Business Strategy Club
  • Chinese Business Club
  • Consulting Club
  • Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club
  • Global Business Club
  • Growth & Scaling Club
  • Healthcare Club
  • Hispanic Management Association
  • India Business Club
  • Investment Banking & Finance Club
  • Investment Management Club
  • Kellogg Athletes
  • Kellogg Christian Fellowship
  • Kellogg Parent's Club
  • Kellogg Student Association
  • Kellogg Veterans Association
  • Marketing Club
  • Net Impact
  • Pride @ Kellogg
  • Private Equity Club
  • Public Speaking Club
  • Real Estate Club
  • Tech Club
  • Women's Business Association

Events and competitions

In the Evening & Weekend MBA Program, students are empowered to initiate and drive events while receiving support and resources from Kellogg. As a result, students have more opportunities to gain leadership experience in a low-risk environment.

From industry-specific conferences to sporting events and networking workshops, our more than 300 annual events cater to a wide range of interests and goals. Events are held on nights and weekends on our downtown campus to accommodate your schedule.

Student conferences include:

  • Black Management Association Conference (BMAC)
  • Business of Healthcare Conference (BHC)
  • Private Equity & Venture Capital Conference (PEVC)
  • Kellogg Tech Conference 

Kellogg students are also perennial participants in — and winners of — case competitions across the nation. Case competitions offer excellent opportunities to test your acumen, broaden your network and apply classroom lessons to real-world challenges.

Finance and Accounting

Investing for social impact

Brewing up a solution for coffee farmers in Papua New Guinea, a group of Kellogg students reached the finals of the Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge.
4 minute read

Contact us about the Evening & Weekend MBA program

Evening & Weekend Application Deadlines

Winter 2025: Sept 25, 2024

Spring 2025: Jan 8, 2025
Summer 2025: March 26, 2025
Fall 2025: June 4, 2025