As a member of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management for more than 50 years, Simon has a longstanding commitment to inclusive education.
Today, 25 percent of our MBA students are members of The Consortium. We’re proud to offer full fellowships and partial scholarships to US citizens and permanent residents who demonstrate support for The Consortium’s mission to increase African-American, Native-American, and Hispanic-American representation in business school and management.
Submit your application through The Consortium for scholarship consideration.
The Consortium’s application process and deadlines may differ from those of Simon—
visit The Consortium’s website for information and instructions.
Support Simon CGSM Scholarships
Simon has long been recognized for a commitment to inclusive education. As the fourth business school to join The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management back in 1968, Simon is a proud member of this prestigious network that links top-tier students, MBA programs and corporate partners. To date, Simon has supported over 465 alumni with merit-based, full- and partial-tuition fellowships, demonstrating support for The Consortium’s mission to reduce the significant underrepresentation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in business schools and global management.
In 2020 U.S. News & World Report announced that among the full-time MBA programs ranked within the top-50, Simon is THE MOST diverse MBA program (#1) in a list of highly-ranked public and private business schools. The term “most diverse” is defined by the percentage of African American, Black, Hispanic American, and Native American students enrolled in our Full-time MBA program last year. It is important to note that even compared with other large public institutions Simon still tops the list. Your gift helps sustain the diverse community that enriches the Simon experience.