Questrom’s globally diverse community is fertile ground for expanding the way our undergraduates see the world.
Here you’ll be surrounded by individuals who inspire you, push you to improve, open your eyes to new approaches, and drive you to create value for our world. You’ll bring your own unique vantage point, add to the mix, and impact the education of those you’ll learn alongside—both inside and outside of the classroom.
Questrom Undergraduate Students by numbers (2021)
Our students come from a wide variety of backgrounds, cultures, and ethnicities that create an enriching and dynamic student experience. This year, we celebrated that difference by launching the very first year of the Questrom Ascend program, a fellowship for undergraduate African-American/Black, Hispanic, Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander, and first-generation college students. Learn more about the fellowship:
myQuestrom Student Groups
These groups are open to students of all identities who support the mission of Questrom and encourage students to engage in dialogues on business and identity.
Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA)
The Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) group aims to promote Latin American culture within Boston University. It helps its members develop professional and leadership skills and facilitates networking within the Latin American business community.
Black Business Student Association
A group that connects students of minority backgrounds and helps in their career and self development. It also connects students to alumni and corporates interested in the career development of black management students.
herNetwork is an all women business club which serves as a networking and mentoring group for motivated and passionate undergraduate BU female students. With their motto of “Women Mean Business”, herNetwork aims to build a strong and empowering community. Through discussion based meetings, speaker panels, workshop events and an annual Spring Conference they strive to inspire, connect and educate BU female students of all majors in order to help them start a successful career.
Pride in Business
Pride in Business is an advocacy group for sexual equality in business, advocating that one’s sexual identity should not define them as a person, especially in the professional sense. While being a sexual minority is not required for participation in the organization’s activities, all group members are expected to have an open mind about further exploration of LGBT awareness and involvement in current and future business development.
Other Questrom Student Clubs
Student-run organizations are at the core of our undergraduate program experience and give students a chance to collaborate, learn from each other and nurture their strengths. These organizations give students a platform to interact with the Boston University community, alumni, industry and among themselves. Take a look at our student clubs and organizations and learn about their activities.
Undergraduate Assistants for Diversity & Inclusion
Our students know what it means to be a leader. Plain and simple. As undergraduates they’re given the opportunity to become involved with a number of different student clubs and groups both at Questrom, and across BU’s campus.
Class of 2021
Diversity has shaped my community by allowing me to gain new ideas and perspectives about life. I wanted to go to a college that embraced diversity with passion, and Questrom has done just that. I have learned more about other people and their beliefs in the short time I have been at Questrom than I have anywhere else.
Class of 2021
Class of 2022
Get in touch with us at myQuestrom@bu.edu.