MBA

The LGBTQI Community

Respect for Every Student

Our students come to MIT Sloan with unique backgrounds, experiences, and beliefs. These collective differences create a rich educational environment and a diverse campus community filled with opportunity. We look forward to knowing and celebrating the person you are, and we are excited to see what you will bring to the MIT Sloan community.

Lesbians, gays, bisexual, and transgender individuals are welcome here at MIT Sloan. There are clubs and activities to support this part of our community. The Sloan Pride Club organizes events open to the entire MIT Sloan community and fosters inclusion and support. Please feel free to reach out to the club officers at lgbtofficer@sloan.mit.edu.

Fellowships

MIT Sloan is committed to developing LBGTQI student leaders and offers Reaching Out LBGTQI MBA Fellowships each year.  All LBGTQI applicants are considered for this award. In addition to a monetary award, ROMBA Fellows receive access to LBGTQI mentors and attend a leadership summit. MIT Sloan Admissions and current students participate in the graduate conference each fall.

ADMISSIONS EVENTS- COVID-19 Admissions Update
 

MIT has issued guidance prohibiting travel and in-person activities. All of our in-person recruiting and conversion events have been cancelled until we receive further guidance (sadly that includes AdMIT Weekend among many other events), and we are coordinating with all of our stakeholders to create virtual events that will give you a continued opportunity to engage with our community. Please consider registering and attending one of our virtual events. You may also find recordings of our past events here.

The MIT Sloan Admissions Office thanks you for your understanding and patience through this time. As we mentioned, we are here to answer any questions you may have and we look forward to connecting with you virtually.

You are welcome here

LBGTQ@MIT is committed to eliminating racism and discrimination within the LBGTQ community at MIT Sloan and the larger MIT community as a whole.

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