|Academic Prep Programs for Incoming Students:||Yes|
|Peer Tutoring Programs:||Yes|
|Description:||The MBA Program Office offers free peer tutoring services to first-year students in core subject areas. Students in need of a tutor do not need to make an appointment, they can simply stop by during specified office hours. The tutors are faculty recommended second-year students who have excelled in the core subject areas. Writing tutors are also available for the entire student body.|
|Minority Support Groups:||Yes|
|Description:||Members of the Black MBA Association (BMBAA) are committed to making a difference in local, regional, and global communities through the investment of individual and collective professional resources in activities that promote ethical business strategy and compassionate social interaction. The association’s purpose is threefold: to encourage excellence in academic preparation and professional development of MBA candidates of African descent, to cultivate the presence of students of African descent as members of the Georgetown community and enrich the academic and professional environment at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, and to engage in structurally organized activities in the areas of recruitment, retention, and placement of students of African descent in the Georgetown MBA Full-Time Program.|
|Women Support Groups:||Yes|
|Description:||Georgetown Women in Business is a chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA), an organization dedicated to educating and promoting the role of women in the workplace. Georgetown Women in Business seeks to accomplish this goal by providing networking, recruiting, and career-building events and opportunities for women throughout the Georgetown MBA Program.
The McDonough School of Business also is home to the Georgetown Women's Leadership Initiative, which is dedicated to promoting the development and advancement of women leaders.|
|Non-US Student Support Groups:||Yes|
|Description:||In the Student Government Association, the VP for International students is tasked with: representing international students in the MBA program; promoting the McDonough School of Business abroad and generating additional applications from international students; serving as a liaison to other international student organizations at Georgetown; identifing concerns of foreign students and initiatiating programs to facilitate their adaptation in the student body; assisting the Admissions Office in welcoming new international students; assisting international students seeking employment in the U.S.; developing programs to integrate and mix international students both socially and academically within the larger community.
Another resource is the Office of International Programs (OIP): http://oip.georgetown.edu/isss/
The MBA Program Office also has an advisor dedicated to advising international student groups and events/initiatives.|
|Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Support Groups:||Yes|
|Description:||The Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Gay and Lesbian Alliance (GALA) serves members of the Georgetown MBA Program who identify themselves as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT), as well as those who support this community. The mission of GALA is to foster a supportive environment for professional development, provide a forum for the discussion of business issues related to sexual orientation, and facilitate social interaction and networking among students, alumni, and professionals.|