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At Ross, there’s no shortage of ways to get involved outside the classroom. Challenge yourself to take on a leadership position, pursue your passion in a student club, or take on the thrill of case competitions — and build meaningful connections along the way. Your time here is what you make it, so make it count!
A great business without a great leader? Doesn’t happen. Leadership is at the heart of building a better world through business, which is why you’ll find many ways to sharpen your leadership skills while in the BBA program.
Be the voice of your classmates. This peer-elected council acts on behalf of the student body to partner with Ross leadership and promote positive change within the school.
Ross Undergraduate Student Advisory Board (RUSAB)
Have an opinion about what courses should be offered at Ross? Advocate for the future of Ross academics by joining this representative body of the BBA class.
Town halls are a great way to share your input directly with deans, faculty, staff, and administrators, as well as your fellow classmates. Look for town halls at least once a semester.
Explore emerging technologies in Michigan FinTech, be of service through groups like Maize and Blue Cupboard, hit the rink with Ice Hockey Club, or check out a variety of other social, sport, community, identity, or career-based groups.
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|Public Speaking at Ross||
Public speaking is the #1 fear other than death! We provide a safe environment to overcome this fear, with an emphasis on business applications.
RIA Group is a consulting and finance organization seeking to take advantage of the opportunities in Latin American markets. We provide businesses with high quality consulting services and utilize fundamental investing strategies to actively manage our investment portfolio.
The Ross Fellows Student Philanthropy Board aims to build a positive culture of philanthropy at Michigan Ross. Fellows act as ambassadors to their classmates, engaging and educating around topics of philanthropy at Ross and in the world.
|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 Club||
The Smart Cities Club facilitates multidisciplinary learning, introduces career opportunities, and increases engagement in the Smart Cities discipline at The University of Michigan.
|Society for Human Resource Management||
To provide University of Michigan students with the opportunity to gain knowledge and insight into the effective management of human capital in the field of Human Resource Management.
The organization promotes the tenets of entrepreneurship. Students receive essential resources to support their startup journey (mentors / advisors / funding / investors / workshops). Please note that we are known as M-Entrepreneurship.
|Taiwan Business Association (TBA)||
TBA is a cultural and career-oriented organization, focusing on education, career development, and networking with Taiwanese alumni. The purpose of the organization is to increase the awareness of Taiwanese culture and business development.
The TAMID Group is a student-led, non-profit investment fund and consulting group, which manages an equity portfolio and consults for Israeli start-up companies.
|The Interfaith Group (TIG)||
The mission of The Interfaith Group (TIG) is to bring together those who are interested in learning about other faiths and non-faiths and cultures at the Ross School of Business and beyond, as well as have a forum to share their own personal stories. We also want this to be an informative opportunity for Ross students to learn about the essence of other faith-based and non-faith based communities.
Case competitions are your chance to represent Ross and compete against the best and brightest from other B-schools. Put your leadership and academic knowledge to the test by working with a team to propose solutions for common business challenges. Case competitions are hosted around the country throughout the year. And did we mention? The winners don’t just get glory; they can earn prize money, too.
National Diversity Case Competition
This case competition brings together diverse talent who identify dynamic solutions to real-world problems. The case competition, held annually over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, also gives students the chance to network with corporate partners in attendance.
Women’s Case Competition
Hosted by the University of Texas at Austin, all-female teams in this case competition present solutions to a variety of current challenges facing participating businesses. Women’s Case Competition is a chance for students to connect, learn, and show off their skills.
UBSLC Case Competition
The Undergraduate Business School Leadership Conference case competition, hosted by Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, gives students a platform to address real world issues while testing their analytical skills and their ability to work under pressure.