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Community

Underrepresented Minorities

Our community reveres diversity, inclusion, and equity as well as the belonging of all people and ideas.

Upcoming Events for Applicants

  • Consortium Chats - Connect with admissions and learn about the benefits of the Consortium, the application process, and the Consortium community at Stern.
  • A Night with NYU Stern - A panel discussion with alumni of the Association of Hispanic & Black Business Students (AHBBS). Meet AHBBS alumni as they share their experience at Stern and how they have leveraged their MBA in their careers.
  • Discover Stern Fall Diversity Weekend - Each year, Stern hosts this invitation-only event that gives prospective students a chance to experience the Stern community. This multi-day event includes interactions with current students, alumni, and administrators, and insights on preparing a competitive application. 

Club Spotlight

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Association of Hispanic and Black Business Students (AHBBS)

A student organization devoted to enhancing the NYU Stern student experience through professional development, community building, and social networking. AHBBS is open to all Stern students who share an interest in business programs that relate to Black and Hispanic cultures.

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Administrator Spotlight

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Dr. Gary Fraser, MBA '92

Dr. Gary Fraser holds the unique distinction of being Stern's first student president of the Association of Hispanic and Black Business Students (AHBBS) and Stern's first Dean for Diversity & Inclusion. In this episode of Stern Chats, he discusses his nearly three-decade relationship with NYU Stern and the power of allyship in building community.

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Partner Organizations


CGSM Logo Stern is a member of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an alliance of business schools and corporations dedicated to reducing the serious under-representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in business. We encourage all eligible candidates to apply via The Consortium application process. View the many benefits of applying to NYU Stern through The Consortium.
 
MLT Logo Stern partners with Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT), a 9-12 month program that helps young professionals apply successfully to leading graduate business schools. Learn more about the benefits of participating in MLT.
NBMBAA Logo 3 Stern participates in the annual conference of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA), and many Stern students are members of the organization.
[FTMBA] Prospanica logo Stern participates in the annual conference of Prospanica, and we count numerous members among our students.
Toigo Foundation Logo Stern partners with the Robert Toigo Foundation, an organization that provides an MBA Fellowship and career preparation for candidates committed to careers in finance. Learn more about the Toigo MBA Fellowship.
GradHorizonsLogo Stern is a partner school and participant in Graduate Horizons, which supports the higher education of Native American students by providing graduate admissions workshops to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students/participants from across the nation.

Admissions Contact - Diversity Recruiting

Erica Hartsfield

Contact Erica at ehartsfi@stern.nyu.edu

Alumni Voices

Full-time MBA student Tiffaine Stephens

Tiffaine Stephens, MBA 2020

"As a Consortium Fellow, I had the chance to meet the rest of the fellowship members prior to starting school. This community has turned into a safe haven during my time here."

Meet Tiffaine
Full-time MBA student

Edgar Corona, MBA 2020

"Each individual has a tremendous potential to solve global problems through the power of business. This academic year, AHBBS took on the challenge of placing these ideals into practice by working with the administration, student body, and the broader New York City community."

Meet Edgar
Mahssa Mostajabi

Mahssa Mostajabi, MBA 2020

"Consistently, I found incredible community from AHBBS' members ... [they] went out of [their] way to help me with the admissions process, answer my questions, and quell my fears. Ultimately, I decided that this was the differentiating factor for me and I chose to attend Stern as a result."

Meet Mahssa