Current Students

Make the most of your Consortium experience

You are a top student. You’re enrolled in one of the best MBA programs in the country. You have a proven commitment to increasing diversity in American business. You are a member of The Consortium, and we congratulate you.

If you haven’t already, register and complete your profile on CGSM Online, our web-based network. In CGSM Online, you may search for jobs or other Consortium members by region, alma mater, employer or fields of interest. Keeping your information up to date in CGSM Online will help us contact you with Consortium news. Be sure to keep a current copy of your resumé as our corporate partners search CGSM Online for potential hires.

If you need help at any time, be sure to get in touch with our Senior Manager, Database Operations Jeff Farris.

Upcoming Events:

  • Diversity@Rice

    All Day

    “The Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University is proud to host Diversity@Rice — our flagship recruiting event to attract top talent from our diverse communities, including U.S. underrepresented minorities, women, and LGBTQ prospective students. Activities include a Diversity and Inclusion Conference, alumni panels, sessions with the Career Development Office and Recruiting and Admissions teams, as well as social activities with current students, staff, faculty and alumni and a guaranteed interview invitation for those applying to the Full-Time MBA program this year.”

    Rice University (McNair Hall) Houston Texas

  • Discover McCombs: Diversity Weekend

    All Day

    Diversity Weekend will be your opportunity to connect with current MBA students, engage with McCombs alumni and faculty, explore Austin, attend an MBA+ Leadership workshop, and ask any questions you might have about the program or application process. Whether you are looking to explore, enhance, or change careers, the Full-Time MBA Program at Texas McCombs supports personal and professional development within a dynamic learning environment and collaborative community.

    Robert B. Rowling Hall, The University of Texas at Austin Austin Texas