Season 1, Episode 1
Rice Business graduate Bethany Andell, president of Savage Brands and current president of the Rice Business Alumni Board speaks about her passion for helping the corporate world get back to a place where people trust, respect and love business.
We offer the best of both worlds at Rice Business: a small student body on an oasis-like campus surrounded by bustling Houston, the fourth-largest and most diverse city in America. You’ll benefit from close connections as well as the broad opportunities available in a city with the world’s largest medical complex, more than 5,000 energy firms, and the second-largest concentration of Fortune 1000 companies in the country.
Where Everybody Knows Your Name
Our entire school is housed in one building with plenty of communal gathering spaces that encourage students, faculty and staff to get to know each other. Your classes, your social life and support services are all integrated. Everything you need is close by, and everyone knows your name.
Rice truly showed me the power of community. As a prospective student, I felt embraced by existing students and administration — Rice wanted me to win and I had not received an acceptance letter yet!
Full-Time MBA ‘22
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Season 1, Episode 1
Season 2, Episode 3
Abbey Donnell, Class of '17, discusses how Rice Business empowered her to start her own company and the female entrepreneurship environment in Houston.
Runsi Sen, Rice Business MBA Class of '04, discusses her transition out of the corporate world and the life circumstances that led her to found the ovarian cancer non-profit foundation, Ovarcome.
Join the Club
Our student clubs give you a chance to develop as a leader, learn more about different professions and improve your business skills. We’ve got an array of active professional organizations, diversity associations, student government groups and social clubs to fit your interests.
At the core of our culture is the wide range of events held for and by students. Our regular “partios” — outdoor happy hours held on our courtyard patio — help bring students together in intimate gatherings, while larger conferences and summits draw business leaders from Houston and beyond.
The fourth-largest and most diverse city in America, Houston is a growing tech hub, an established energy town, and a healthcare industry hot spot for the win. Get to know and love the city and its culture (hello, culinary capital of the South) for your two years during grad school (and maybe more).
Always an Owl
Even after you graduate from Rice Business, you still belong here. You can stay connected by attending community events for alumni around the globe, joining our alumni association, volunteering as a class ambassador or auditing a class.