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By Chicago Booth January 10, 2012 Leave a Comment

To provide prospective students with an additional way to interact with our dynamic and diverse community, we are pleased to announce that beginning this month, several of our affinity student groups – the African American MBA Association (AAMBAA), Hispanic American Business Students Association (HABSA), Armed Forces Group, Chicago Women in Business (CWiB), and Gays and Lesbians in Business (GLiB) – will host informal, monthly lunches on select Thursdays and Fridays during the course of the school year. Members of each respective student group will be on hand to answer questions and chat over lunch with prospective candidates in an informal setting. These lunches will align with the general Daily Campus Visit Program schedule. Visitors who register for lunches with affinity student groups will automatically be registered for a full campus visit as well, which includes a class visit, information session, and building tour.

For more information about the schedule of the affinity student group lunches and to register, please visit the Daily Campus Visit Program page. If you have questions about visiting campus, you can reach out to me at 

We hope to see you on campus soon!


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