You may be at Michigan Ross for just 16 months, but the connections you'll make here will last a lifetime. Join a vibrant, interconnected community brimming with ways to explore your interests, build meaningful relationships, and stretch your skills.
Learn from Diverse Voices (and Share Your Own)
Be welcomed to an inclusive campus that champions the unique perspectives of its members. At Michigan Ross, we recognize diversity as essential in the classroom, in business, and beyond.
Go Beyond the Classroom
Pursue your passions with co-curricular opportunities from our many centers, institutes, and initiatives. Explore the intersection of business and sustainability, help lead a project in a developing economy, or tackle complex social challenges — there are dozens of ways to make a positive impact outside the classroom.
Find Common Ground
Connect with students who share your interests by joining one of our 70+ graduate student clubs. Find groups based around affinity, professional development, hobbies, and more.
The Asia Business Conference (ABC) is the longest student-run conference in North America focused on Asia business. For 30 years, the landmark conference has brought leaders of multinational companies and organizations to the University of Michigan's Stephen M. Ross School of Business to discuss issues facing the Asian markets. Some notable speakers from previous conferences included C-level executives at General Motors, Nike, Morgan Stanley, Google, BCG, and Nomura. Through networking sessions and panel discussions, the annual event provides excellent opportunities for attendees to connect with speakers.
Take the Lead
Help shape the student experience as a member of the Global MBA Student Association. Council members are elected during the first term and are responsible for representing the interests of their peers throughout the program.
Benefit from An Expansive Alumni Network
Our alumni are here to support your career journey, now and in the years to come. Gain access to a network of 55,000+ Ross alumni and 645,000+ U-M alumni living around the world.