The Full-Time MBA Program is committed to our efforts of supporting and developing the next LGBTQIA+ business leaders. By connecting your personal interests, academic plans, and career goals, the program provides various resources and opportunities to foster your success.
Spartan Pride | ROMBA Fellowship | Career Support & Recruitment | Programmatic Leadership Support
Admission to the Full-Time Program considers academic factors, non-academic factors, and recommendations.
As LGBTQIA+ business professionals interested in pursuing an MBA, we understand there are many factors that influence your decision of where to attend business school. One critical factor in your search could be fit within a program’s culture. By contacting current students, you can get first-hand answers to your questions! These students were recently in your shoes and would be glad to discuss your options and their experiences at Broad.
Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) is a conference for LGBTQIA+ MBA students from across the country to network with fellow students and employers looking to recruit LGBTQIA+ specific talent for their companies. As a member school, the Broad College provides professional development, peer connection, and career prep.
Broad’s Full-Time MBA Program is proud to be a sponsor school of the ROMBA organization. As such, we are pleased to offer fellowships to LGBTQIA+ students pursuing a Full-Time MBA. All ROMBA fellows at MSU are chosen at the time of admission and are guaranteed for two years.
Students who qualify to be a ROMBA Fellow also receive the following benefits:
Spartan Pride builds relationships between the Eli Broad College of Business student populations, faculty, staff, alumni, and corporations that are focused on LGBTQIA+ awareness. Furthermore, we provide professional networking opportunities, promote a safe and supportive environment for students, faculty, and staff, and facilitate professional development focused on representation of LGBTQIA+ individuals in Business.
As the first and only LGBTQIA+ organization in the Broad College of Business, Spartan Pride is focused on the support and development of both undergraduate and graduate students.