In this section of the application, we encourage you to tell us more about yourself, including activities, and interests, and any awards and honors you may have received.
As part of the application process, we ask you for some personal information, including:
- Date of birth
- Family information
- Social Security number (for U.S. citizens and permanent residents only). Only the last four digits will be visible in your application.
All the information you provide on your application is — after enrollment as an MBA student — protected by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Activities & Interests
Help us get to know you better by sharing how you spend your time outside work or class. We do not expect you to have been in extra activities, but if you have been, this can be an excellent way for you to demonstrate leadership. In this section of the application, you may share more about your interests and experiences. Examples of activities in which you are/have been involved may include athletic, charitable, civic, community, or professional.
In the application, report your activities and interests in order of their importance to you, with the most important listed first. A sustained depth of commitment in one or two activities may demonstrate your passion more than minimal participation in five or six organizations.
Be sure to:
- Report activities in which you participated as an undergraduate or graduate student as well as those in which you participated after completing your degree(s).
- Avoid using acronyms to describe your activities.
- Exclude internships; report them in the “Professional Experience” section instead.
Awards & Honors
We want to know about the accomplishments — both inside and outside of the classroom — for which you’ve received recognition.
In your application, you may list up to five awards or honors and describe the basis upon which you were selected. These may include academic, civic, or professional activities for which you received recognition. List the awards and honors in order of their importance to you, with the most important listed first.