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Round out your time at Michigan Ross and explore the many student clubs and on-campus activities for MBA students.

Ben Battaglia, MBA '19“As a VP of the Part-Time MBA Students Association, we worked to cultivate a meaningful Ross experience for part-time MBAs even though our class was spread across the country. From guest speakers to bowling nights to formal events, there’s a very meaningful part-time community.”

- J. Ben Battaglia, MBA ’19

Welcome to the Club

Wherever your interests lie, we have a student club to suit them. Take advantage of the more than 70 professional, social, and service clubs open to students across our MBA programs.

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Service Corps Alumni Association

The Service Corps Alumni Association at Ross seeks to advance the role of returned volunteers in business and promote both service and service learning throughout the Ross community.

Smart Cities ClubThe Smart Cities Club facilitates multidisciplinary learning, increase engagement, and introduce career opportunities in the Smart Cities discipline at The University of Michigan.
Soccer Club at Ross (SCR)The Michigan Business School Soccer Club provides the opportunity for soccer enthusiasts of all skill levels to enjoy the sport by participating in a variety of different activities: weekly weekend scrimmages, intramural competition, outdoor and indoor intramural league games, national inter-business school tournaments in California and Texas, attendance to UM Men's Soccer games, game-viewing at sports bars and other social events. Play is typically at the recreational level, although some events are competitive. A modest membership fee is required, and partners are more than welcome to participate. Come join us, we'll see you on the pitch!
Southeast Asia Business AssociationThe SABA seeks to promote a deeper understanding of Southeast Asia business culture and practices within the Ross Business School (hereafter, "Ross") community with the ultimate goal of assisting in the creation of a more diverse and culturally aware student body. Secondly, SABA will serve as a social and networking support group for Southeast Asia students at Ross. Thirdly, the SABA will serve as Ross' window to prominent Southeast Asian alumni for mentoring, job and internship opportunities and connecting alumni to the current Southeast Asia student body. Finally, the SABA will serve as a channel of communication for prospective Southeast Asia students and admitted Southeast Asia students by providing orientation and guidance counseling to facilitate the transition into the Ross community.
Sports Business Association at the Ross School of Business

To provide students at the Ross School of Business (BBA & MBA) interested in pursuing a career in the business of sports, as well as those interested in watching and playing sports, with opportunities to build and/or expand their network in the industry, learn from experienced professionals in the field, understand the different functions and career paths, develop a career plan, identify and capitalize on potential employment opportunities in sports, gather for sporting events and provide an outlet for recreational sporting activities.

Strategic Operations Club Operations Management is the design, planning, scheduling, and control of the transformation processes that create value for society. OM includes the materials, capital, and human resource inputs into an organization, and is applicable to both manufacturing and service industries. Effective Operations Management lies at the core of every successful organization. It goes beyond the specifics of a functional area, and integrates all activities to efficiently meet customer needs. The OM Club is dedicated to developing leaders able to meet the challenges of tomorrow's dynamic business environment.
Taiwan Business Association (TBA)Taiwan Business Association is designed for Ross students who have strong interest in Taiwan's history, culture, languages, and industry development. Taiwan Business Association would provide the means for Rossers to learn more about businesses in Taiwan and to interact with students, alumni, faculty, professor, UM students who share similar interests in Taiwan.
Tech Club at the Ross School of BusinessThe Tech Club aims to serve three primary purposes: To build an integrated network of tech-minded MBAs, to educate members on the latest trends and developments in the high tech industry, and to support members in their career pursuits. As one of the most dynamic industries, impacting all other businesses, tech is an increasingly appealing career path for MBAs. As a result, the Tech Club is one of the fastest-growing and largest clubs on campus.

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More Ways to Get Involved

PTMBA Case Competition

Case Competitions

Join fellow MBA students for live case competitions, during which your team will be tasked with recommending a solution to a real challenge. Prior sponsors of the competition include Shinola, DENSO, and MEDC.

MBA Students in the winter garden

Student Government

Lead alongside fellow part-time MBA students as a member of student government. Help shape decisions related to programming, curriculum, and the overall part-time student experience. 

marketing lab

Marketing Lab

Learn how to turn data insights into action through Marketing Lab, a student-run organization that offers access to marketing training sessions, case competitions, and industry-standard tools.

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