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Make the most of your Master of Supply Chain Management experience.  Join a club with peers who share your interests, challenge yourself with hands-on learning, or pursue a leadership position in student government.


MSCM Student Association

The MSCM Student Association encourages camaraderie through informative, philanthropic, and collaborative activities such as intramural sports, celebratory dinners, volunteer outings, and tailgates. All students are eligible to run for the MSCM Student Association, and can enter by completing our intent-to-run survey. Elections are held at orientation. 

One-Year Master’s Council

The One-Year Master's Council consists of the executive members of the Master of Business Analytics, Master of Accounting, Master of Management, and Master of Supply Chain Management student associations, as well as three cross-program chairs who seek to represent the collective one-year master's student population equally in all matters of business. Cross-program chairs include Philanthropy, Athletics, and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion). These positions are elected annually at orientation and rotate among the four degree programs.

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Africa Business Club (ABC)The mission of the Ross African Business Club is to enhance the enrollment of African students at the Ross School of Business and provide support for all african students seeking business and career opportunities here in the United States as well as Africa. The group also aims to promote and facilitate networking and culture awareness among Ross alumni, current MBAs, other graduate students and prospective students interested in Africa.
Apex Trading Group

Apex Trading Group is a premier financial organization at the University of Michigan emphasizing portfolio management and professional development.

Armed Forces Association at Ross (AFA @ Ross)The Ross Armed Forces Association's mission is to advance the role of veterans in business through three core initiatives: * Veteran Applicants: Help the highest quality veteran applicants achieve acceptance into the Ross School of Business by aiding each veteran with insight from recent experience. * Lifetime Leadership: Advantage all current Ross students by maintaining an active leadership role and sharing military experience with fellow students immersed in Ross Action Based Learning program. * Veteran Students: Propel each veteran student to success in the private sector through active mentorship, educational resources, and extensive veteran networking.
Asia Business Conference (ABC)

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.

Asian American Business Association (AABA)We are a group of MBAs who are passionate about diversity and inclusion. Our simple yet unwavering belief is that cultural differences should be celebrated, not ignored. Through our various events and programs, we seek to share and celebrate all cultures, including Asian-American culture, with our members. Our club is open to everyone regardless of race, ethnicity or gender. Join us - we'd love to have you!
Asian Consortium for Economic Development (ACED)

ACED equips its members with the tools to understand the current business landscape in Asia, delving into how it affects international economies and societies.  We provide education sessions, mentorship programs, social gatherings, and consulting projects to cultivate a community of members who help each other develop personally and professionally.

Auto & Mobility Club @ Ross

The Auto & Mobility Club at Ross (formerly the Auto Club at Ross), has evolved in recent years to reflect the disruption we see in the industry. The mobility space consists of an increasingly complex ecosystem of players - including large automotive manufacturers, suppliers, tech giants, emerging new-mobility providers, startups, investors and regulators.   At Ross, we are fortunate to have access to some of the top mobility minds in the world - across departments at the University, throughout the Metro-Detroit region, and with passionate alumni across geographies and companies in this shifting mobility space. Our mission is to help students connect with these resources to develop an understanding of the career opportunities available through 1. Career development through access to targeted job postings and resume / interview help 2. Education through special events and compiled resource 3. Networking with industry leaders both on campus and in Metro Detroit 

Banking at Michigan

A different type of investment banking club at the University of Michigan aimed at providing education, guidance and resources to any student interested in investment banking.

China Blue Charity Fund (CBCF)-Provide educational opportunities for children in rural China who need it most; open up their eyes and build up confidence in their studies and lives. -Establish a platform to connect the students, alumni, and community of the University of Michigan and Ross School of Business to serve the common mission. -Demonstrate our values, commitments and transparency to encourage more people to participate in charity activities in China.
Data Analytics Consulting Club (DACC)DACC (Data Analytics Consulting Club, formerly DIAG) provides real-world analytics experience to its members by matching members with organizations that have data-based business questions they are looking to solve. Members do not need prior experience, but those with 1-2 years of analytics experience using Python, Excel, or R, are encouraged to join as project managers. In previous years, DACC has worked with a diverse set of companies from Ford and Hyundai to Detroit Police.
Design+Business Club (D+B)To cultivate and inspire a diverse community of innovative thinkers who use design principles to solve challenges.
Detroit Revitalization and Business Initiative (Detroit R&B)

Discover. Engage. Commit. The Revitalization & Business Initiative brings together University of Michigan graduate students to discover the city of Detroit, engage with the Detroit community, and commit to promoting the resurgence of this great American city.

Education + Business (E+B)

Our Mission: Education + Business connects MBAs, graduate students from across campus interested in education, alumni, and local and national education organizations. Through dynamic programming, our club aims to create dialogue about pressing challenges and opportunities related to the future of K-12 and higher education.

Energy Club at Ross (ECR)Our mission is to provide our members with education and employment opportunities in the energy industry that enable them to become leaders of the energy transition. This includes three primary objectives: 1) To promote interest in energy among students and faculty at the Ross School of Business. 2) To provide a forum for students to learn more about opportunities in the energy industry and discuss energy-related topics. 3) To facilitate career development in traditional and renewable energy sectors by mentoring talented students and connecting energy recruiters with these knowledgeable, motivated career seekers.
Entrepreneur and Venture Club (EVC)EVC breaks down barriers and educates students interested in entrepreneurship, venture capital and private equity. The club aids its members in setting and reaching their goals through quality programming, networking, and club resources.
European Business Students AssociationWelcome to the European Business Student Association! Our mission is to promote Europe in Michigan by increasing the interaction among students interested in Europe through professional and social events.
Greater China Association (GCA)

As a student-run organization addressing business, culture and other non-political issues, Greater China Association (GCA) aims to strengthen the bonds among current GCA students, serve as a focal point of communication among GCA alumni and students, promote Greater China's role in world economy and its culture in the Ross community, and promote Ross brand in GC areas to potential applicants.

Human Capital Club (HCC)Mission: The Human Capital Club at the Michigan Business School promotes the understanding and integration of human capital and other organizational strategy issues in business practice through the education and development of its members. Objectives The HCC fulfills its mission by: *Developing and facilitating educational opportunities for its members to learn about organizational strategy and relevant areas of interest, both in theory and practice. *Providing members with career resources to guide them through career development while at Michigan Ross *Establishing a network of resources both within and beyond the university community through which its members may help further professional knowledge and understanding beyond their formal education. *Serving as the conduit between individuals passionate about organizational strategy and faculty, to ensure that the university environment supports engagement in the field throughout the curriculum and campus.
Indian Subcontinent Business AssociationThe Indian Subcontinent Business Association is a student club dedicated to helping students of Indian subcontinent origin transition into business school life, promoting awareness about the subcontinent among the larger business school community and encouraging social and professional interaction among students from the subcontinent. ISBA is focused on helping its members excel professionally and socially. Feel free to contact any ISBA board member to know more about how we can help you.
Japan Business Association at RossThe Japan Business Association seeks to promote a deeper understanding of Japanese business culture and practices throughout the Ross community. We aim to build and further the awareness of the Ross MBA in Japan, and to assist both prospective and admitted students in their transition to Ross. As the primary link between the Ross School of Business and the Ross Alumni Club of Japan, we also maintain and develop new networking and professional opportunities for our members, both domestically and internationally.

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