Engagement in student clubs and organizations has always been a critical part of our admission review process for U-M cross-campus transfer students and those looking to transfer to Michigan Ross from another institution. This year, things are a bit different. H ere is how will consider transfer students’ involvement during the pandemic.
At Ross, there are numerous ways BBA students can engage in impact-oriented opportunities while in business school. I’m happy to share examples of how our students have used their business skills to make a positive difference locally, nationally, and around the world.
The earliest you could possibly hear an admission decision from Michigan Ross is February. Let me take you through what happens between now and then, and what exactly do we do with your application after you submit it.
In April, I wrote a blog on the many ways that prospective students could engage with myself and the Michigan Ross Admissions Team during the pandemic. Here are new opportunities, along with how we've been able to successfully connect with other prospective students.
Staple Clothing— a company founded by Gregory Cervenak, BBA ’20, and Connor Flanigan, BSE ’22 and business minor — recently donated 250 face masks to Peru, a country with one of the highest COVID-19 death rates.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Blueprints for Pangaea, founded by Ben Rathi, BBA ’17, coordinated a donation of around 700 plastic face shields to four health and family services centers across Washtenaw County in Michigan.
It was a busy three weeks for the 19 first-year Ross students who participated in the fourth annual Ross Summer Connection program this year, with full days of virtual classes, workshops, and bonding events.