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Tuck Goes

As part of the College’s capital campaign, Tuck is running its own effort. The school’s endowment today is $353 million, and its campaign is for $250 million in cash and commitments, and another $25 million in bequest pledges. Tuck knows its business:

Poet & Quants notes:

The participation rate of alumni who contribute to the annual fund exceeds 70%, the highest level of support for any business school in the world.

As we have often commented, Tuck is what Dartmouth was (and could be again).

Addendum: The BusinessBecause website has ranked Tuck #2 among 5 Of The Best US Business Schools For African-American MBAs:

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The criteria for determining the ranking are not laid out in the article, but better to be on such a list than not.

Addendum: Tuck seems to take the time to sweat the small details, too. Good for the folks at the end of Tuck Mall:

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A reputation is built by an infinite series of effective gestures.


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