7: Darden Graduate School of Business Administration

General Information | M. B. A. Program | Joint Degree Programs
Doctoral Program | Student Life | School Regulations | Course Descriptions | Faculty

Activities | Service Organizations


The Darden Student Association The students of The Darden Graduate School of Business Administration have formed a student government organization represented by an executive committee. Members of the committee include the student body President, Executive Vice President, Vice President-Honor, Vice President-Finance, Student Council Representative (all second-year students), and four first-year Section Representatives. The Association sponsors an orientation program for incoming students, funds social activities, and provides for class gifts, among other things. During the 1995-96 session, students are expected to pay a $115 activities fee to support the Student Association activities for their two years.

The Cold Call Chronicle is a student newspaper that serves the Darden School community.

The 10-K is The Darden School student yearbook.

The Darden Partners Association organizes activities for partners in the Darden community, produces Tips, sponsors an orientation, and coordinates and contributes funds to social events.

The Finance Club, The Marketing Club, The Operations Club, The Consulting Club, The Entrepreneurs Club, The Real Estate Club, Health Care Forum, Students for Responsible Business, The Human Resources Club, and the Technology Club are groups of Darden School students who share an interest in those areas of business. Current issues and career opportunities are examined by sponsoring speakers, panel discussions, and other club functions.

The Black Business Student Forum is a group of students devoted to developing an awareness of and sensitivity to issues of concern to black business people in the business arena.

The Darden Gay Network provides gay and lesbian members of the Darden community (including alumni) the opportunity to meet and share their experiences. The Network also provides a forum for the discussion of gay and lesbian concerns as they relate to The Darden School, the University, and the business world.

The Graduate Women in Business at Darden   (GWIBAD) is an organization which promotes the role of professional women at Darden and after business school by providing opportunities for women to express their role in today's society and by establishing alumnae networks that last a lifetime. GWIBAD provides a forum to discuss the issues and challenges women face in their careers and offers activities that build awareness of women in leadership positions. The group offers services including mentoring and tutoring, and some of the formal activities include the GWIB Charity Auction for the Shelter for Help and Emergency, the Darden Alumnae Weekend, and the Annual Golf Outing.

The International Business Society organizes activities and speakers on current issues and career opportunities for students interested in international business careers.

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