Similar Programs Culturally
UCLA (Anderson). Student involvement is at the core of Anderson’s culture, where the ideas of shared success and “paying it forward” are key. Students certainly make the most of Anderson’s Southern California location, with frequent beach activities and other events throughout Westwood, Santa Monica, and West Los Angeles. Andersonians are a lively crew, holding professional and interest-based social events throughout the week, ranging from tailgate parties at Bruins football games to “Dinner for 8” networking events with prominent alums.
Dartmouth (Tuck). If you’re looking for a very tight-knit student body whose strong culture builds lifelong bonds among its students, Tuck’s concentrated social and academic environment creates a deep sense of connection with the school and the highest alumni giving rates of any top-tier school. Like Duke, its campus is not located in a major urban center.
Berkeley (Haas). Although it has a smaller enrollment, Haas’s student body is also known for being very collegial and friendly with an emphasis on teamwork.
Northwestern (Kellogg). If you’re interested in a student-run and teamwork-focused general curriculum with a particular strength in marketing and consulting placement, you can’t miss with Kellogg.
Michigan (Ross). Ross, Kellogg, and Fuqua are often mentioned in the same breath. Fuqua students are found at every Blue Devils basketball game, and many Ross students are equally obsessed with Michigan football.