The Mason School of Business community includes a diverse group of faculty, students, alumni, executive partners and corporate leaders who share a common interest in creating a stimulating, personalized academic and professional environment. With a growing emphasis on management issues that span the globe, international students add valuable insight to the experiences shared in student teams and classroom discussions. Approximately 35 percent of our current MBA student body hails from outside the United States.
College of William and Mary division of student affairs diversity statement
The division of student affairs strives to ensure a safe, affirming and nurturing environment for William and Mary students and staff. Inherent in this mission is a belief that a strong community is built upon, and enriched by, both commonalities and differences. Division members recognize and celebrate the fact that William and Mary students, staff and faculty are diverse—varying in age, physical abilities and cognitive talents, socioeconomic status, political viewpoints, religious/spiritual and/or philosophical beliefs and sexual, gender and racial/ethnic identities. We actively demonstrate our commitment to the success of all community members through our programs, policies and services. We foster a welcoming environment based upon open and considerate dialogue, mutual understanding and respect for individual differences.