Applying for a full-time MBA program is a big step. Our mission is to partner with you throughout the Admissions process and make sure that you submit the best application possible. We welcome you to reach out to us with any questions, visit our beautiful campus, meet with faculty, Executive Partners and current students, and sit in on one of our MBA classes to experience our unique culture first-hand.
If you can't visit us in Williamsburg, meet us on the road at one of our recruiting events, ask to get connected to alumni in your area, or join one of our Facebook Live sessions.
Meet Us On The Road
McGlothlin Leadership Visit Forum
At this special event, Join the Full-Time MBA Admissions Team, faculty, students and our world-renowned Executive Partners for an immersive experience day. Included with your registration is an invitation to select portions of the Mason School of Business's exclusive annual McGlothlin Forum, which brings together two generations of leaders: the next generation from the business and law schools and the McGlothlin Leadership Forum Fellows, pre-eminent leaders in their field.
The Fellows will engage with students and faculty in discussion, debate, and analysis on the most pressing issues of the 21st Century economy and the global political, legal, and free enterprise systems that comprise it.
2017 McGlothlin Leadership Visit Forum Details:
When: Wednesday, October 25th, 2017
Interested in learning more? Contact Tanja Wilhelmi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet The Team:
We look forward to hearing from you. Please don't hesitate to email us with any questions about the program, the admissions process or life in Williamsburg. We are here to help!
Director, MBA Admissions
Amanda Barth is the Director of MBA Admissions for the Mason School of Business. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish in 2002 from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. She spent two years working in undergraduate admissions at Wittenberg, before pursuing her Master of Education degree in the Educational Policy, Planning and Leadership Program at the College of William & Mary from 2004-2006. After completing her Masters she worked as a development officer at the Arizona State University Foundation in Tempe, Arizona. Amanda returned to the College of William & Mary, joining the Mason School of Business in 2009 and has been an active part of the Mason family ever since. She enjoys traveling around the globe, immersing in international culture, all sports and spending time with her husband Brent, her son Jack and their Labrador retriever, Hachiko.
Assistant Director of MBA Admissions
MBA Admissions Coordinator