I was just wondering if any of you out there got into an elite business school, like in a Ivy League school or something, after doing an undergraduate degree at a state university? I am going to a Cal State University right now with a reputable business school (I don't want to say which one because of internet stalkers and all that), and I'm majoring in accounting and finance. My cumulative GPA is 3.85, I am in several student organizations with leadership roles in some, I have a couple of on-campus jobs, and I have other extracurriculars. I would like to attend an elite business school to get an MBA, maybe in management or something like that, and I have been looking at USC, UCLA, Berkeley, and maybe even Stanford, or possibly out-of state programs that are also equally good, but I would prefer to stay in California.
It will be a while until I look into grad school, but I was just wondering if my background will prevent me from getting into an elite program? Like I said, I am doing very well, but I am afraid that me going to a CSU will look bad on applications for these grad schools. My school has a highly-rated business program, especially for accounting, but it isn't Harvard, you know? Also, I'm not an URM or anything like that, so I'm afraid that that will also weigh against me.
If any of you were in my shoes at one point, would you please give me some insight? I would appreciate it.