LEAD TOMORROW'S BUSINESS

Menlo College is one of the top private non-profit business schools in California. We have a clear, unique focus: deliver business education with a strong liberal arts emphasis. As a small, private college, we give you personal attention to unleash your creativity, encourage your passions, build your connections, and ignite your entrepreneurial spirit to carry you confidently into the future. Join Menlo’s next generation of innovative business leaders and be anything but business as usual.

Menlo Means Business

Location: The Heart of Innovation

Silicon Valley, California is synonymous with entrepreneurship and leadership, an innovation incubator overflowing with opportunities for experience-based learning. Our small business school campus in the heart of one of the world’s most entrepreneurial and innovative locations ideally positions you to launch your career.

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Our People Make us Menlo

We are a tight-knit community of exceptional, involved people. Faculty who teach and mentor from their perspectives as entrepreneurs, managers, professors, scholars and community leaders. Staff who greet students by name. A president as likely to be working the campus gardens as sitting behind a desk. A worldwide network of loyal and successful alumni. Students from near and far who do serious learning, play intercollegiate sports, start and lead organizations, and volunteer in the community. A top private business school in California. People engaged in learning, service and fun. That’s Menlo.

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Best in the West

We’ve been named among the “Best Colleges in the West” by the Princeton Review four years running, and a U.S. News “Best Regional College” for the last two years. But we’re even more proud of our award-winning students.

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The Menlo Bond

Being part of the Menlo family helped Ben Efraim build his successful career. Now he wants to build on the "Menlo Bond."

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Stepping Up

When Katrina Smith visited Menlo, she could imagine herself as a student here. But she never imagined the leader she would become.

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