|Non-US Student Support Groups:||Yes|
|Description:||Graduate International Business Association
The principal purpose of the association shall be to encourage and promote involvement in international business education and practice, as well as international understanding, cooperation and goodwill, among students in the Graduate School of Business of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, its graduates and the communities they serve.
Activities: International Case Competition, International Potluck, Sessions on Global Business Issues, Career Information Sessions, Business and Social Networking.|
|Women Support Groups:||Yes|
|Description:||The mission of Graduate Women in Business is:
•To help members develop the skills and connections they need to succeed in business and in life
•To offer social events for members to network with each other, alumni, and local businesswomen
•To give back to the UW and Madison communities through recruiting efforts and service projects
Activities: Fall Welcome Reception, Fall & Spring Pre-TAPS, Expanding Your Horizons service event, Career Panel and Mock Interviews with undergrad Women in Business, Spring Panel with local businesswomen, Networking with Madison Women in Business Council|
|Minority Support Groups:||Yes|
Diversity In Business is a group of graduate business students from a variety of ethnic and geographical backgrounds. The mission of the organization is to promote diversity and leadership on campus, within the community, and in corporate organizations.|
|Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Support Groups:||Yes|
|Description:||Out for Business is a social, educational, and career development resource for Wisconsin MBA LGBT business students, alumni, faculty and administrators, and the greater business community. The group aims to create an inclusive and diverse atmosphere at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Wisconsin School of Business, promote positive visibility on the UW campus for LGBT business students, act as career resource for current business students through networking and mentorship, address diversity issues specific to LGBT business students, and provide a contact point for gay-friendly firms.|
|Academic Prep Programs for Incoming Students:||Yes|
|Peer Tutoring Programs:||Yes|
|Description:||Business Learning Center
Academic Support for the Wisconsin School of Business is facilitated through the Business Learning Center.
The Business Learning Center (BLC) provides supplemental tutorials and office hours for select business-related courses. Although BLC tutorials are open to all students, enrollment is limited and registration is required in order to attend either office hours or the group tutorials. Supplemental materials (handouts, etc.) used in BLC sessions are available to all students whether or not they are registered with the BLC and are available online.
Registration is required prior to attending a BLC tutorial.|