The best way to learn about Ross is to visit. Here’s how to find us.
SCHEDULE A VISIT
Talk with our professors. Meet current students. Feel the energy that pulses through our campus.
Visit Ross to learn more about our application process, our action-based learning environment, global experience opportunities, and how the program prepares you for a diverse array of careers.
Class visits for prospective Evening and Weekend MBA students are available year-round, and individual itineraries are prepared for each visit. You can meet our current students, connect with Admissions staff, and explore the Ann Arbor community.
Meet our current students, sit in on a class, connect with Admissions staff, and explore the Ann Arbor community.
Tour Ross, visit with a current student, and meet with our Admissions Advisor and Program Director to learn how the MAcc Program multiplies your career options.
To visit Ross and learn more about how the MM Program can help you launch a fulfilling career, please contact us.
Visit us in Los Angeles or Ann Arbor, where you can experience an EMBA class, enjoy a meal with current students, and conduct your personal consultation and interview. Or, participate in a virtual information session about the program.
Visitor parking is available via metered parking on the street or the city of Ann Arbor's Forest Avenue parking structure, located three blocks east and one block north of Ross. From the parking ramp to Ross: Walk west on Willard until you reach East University. Take a left on East University and proceed 200 yards to the building. You may enter through the East University entrance or take the sidewalk through to the Tappan Street entrance. No permit is required.
Metered parking is available on the east (East University Street) and west sides (Tappan Street) of the building. Street parking may be available in the student neighborhood south of the building.
Because parking is limited, taxi or shuttle service is recommended.
With a vibrant downtown offering world-class arts and eats, plus lush parks and an intellectual community, you’ll love living and learning in Ann Arbor.