Report Card: How Alums Grade Their B-School Experience

Students at James Madison University College of Business. Courtesy photo

Were business school faculty available for mentoring and non-academic topics outside of class?

Having a faculty member as a mentor can have some long-lasting impacts for a college student. Not only can it lead to guidance and better work while in college, but it can lead to job possibilities immediately after college or years down the road. This year, alumni from the Hult International Business School rated their faculty members as the most available for mentoring and non-academic topics outside of the classroom with an average of 9.63. Notre Dame followed with 9.48 and Virginia McIntire rounded out the top-three at 9.35.

All scores were lower than last year’s top score of 9.71 from William & Mary grads. The year before that, Notre Dame topped the list with a 9.76. Overall, the average was 8.74, which was lower than last year’s mark of 8.83.

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