The Simon Graduate School of Business and the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. are forming a Direct Admission Partnership to encourage undergraduates to pursue an M.B.A. at the Simon School immediately after their studies at Holy Cross.

Under the agreement, faculty and administrators at Holy Cross will recommend top undergraduate students for M.B.A. admission consideration at Simon. The partnership will act as a feeder into the Simon M.B.A. program. It also coincides with the Simon Early Leaders Initiative, which recruits talented students with less than three years of professional work experience.

‘Collaborating with the Simon M.B.A. Program will further enhance the Holy Cross business network by providing our students the opportunity to obtain an excellent graduate business education from a nationally recognized M.B.A. program,” Director of the Ciocca Office of Entrepreneurial Studies and pre-business adviser at Holy Cross David Chu, Ph.D., said.

Thirty Direct Admission Partnerships have been established. The list includes Barnard College, Bates College, Colby College, Dickinson College, Hamilton College, Hobart and William Smith College, Lafayette College, Lewis and Clark College, Oberlin College, Spelman College, St. Lawrence University, SUNY Brockport, SUNY Geneseo and UR.

Schneier is a member of the class of 2011.

SA seeks student input on reservation space shortage

The end of the semester is always packed with performances by student organizations and academic departments alike. Due to the…

The village on the other side of the Pacific

It is a dream to let the love rooted in my heart, from the people I cherish and the land I belong to, grow prosperously. 

Rochester student wins main event prize at Stanford hackathon

Sid and his team created a bot that could be reached via Twitter DMs to nearby resources that help women suffering from domestic violence.