The health and safety of our community—including prospective students—is our paramount consideration. We are committed to providing a safe, productive, and welcoming environment; accordingly, all participants are expected to comply with all on-site health and safety protocols outlined below. There is greater inherent risk associated with attending a large in-person event, so we recommend following CDC recommendations for possible exposure following your visit.
Ross Full-time MBA COVID-19 Policy
Michigan Ross requires all event attendees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and up to date — in other words, you must have received a complete primary series of COVID-19 vaccines and, after enough time has passed, a booster dose.
If you are unable to meet this requirement, we encourage you to attend other virtual events we offer.
Proof of Vaccination
At check-in, all attendees must show one of the following:
- An official government-issued vaccination card listing the guest's name and dates the last dose was administered.
- A photo or digital version of an official government-issued vaccination card listing the guest's name and dates the last dose was administered.
- For current U-M students, a valid MCard.
Masks are recommended during events.
Before entering any University of Michigan building, all visitors must complete a preliminary health screening via the guest version of ResponsiBLUE, the health-screening tool developed to help keep the University healthy and reduce the spread of COVID-19. While the Admissions Office will not be verifying ResponsiBLUE status at events, you should be prepared to show your screening status if asked when entering buildings on campus.