At Haas, teamwork and collaboration are the hallmark of the Undergraduate Program. Entering the program in cohorts, students are members of a close-knit, supportive peer network. Through their diversity of ideas and backgrounds and shared experiences at Haas, they build bonds that will last a lifetime.
The Haas School is home to a fascinating, vibrant community marked by a nonstop schedule of activities developed by and for students. Berkeley students frequently speak of a welcoming atmosphere that encourages involvement. As a complement to their coursework, students get involved in clubs and community service and take advantage of the university's wide range of public lectures, exhibitions, concerts, and conferences.
Among the school's greatest assets is the community of fellow students, who form a lifetime network of friends and professional contacts. The relatively small size of the Undergrad Program (only 350 students enroll in each entering class) permits students to get to know all members of their class and develop strong connections with faculty.
The Haas experience offers opportunities for personal growth beyond the classroom, including leadership development, career development, and close interaction with faculty and alumni. A number of programs support this design, such as international study, case competitions, experiential learning workshops, student organizations, and many more.