We hope you enjoy your semester as a Ross student. Please read the following information to help you gain the most out of your experience:
The faculty and staff at Ross are deeply committed to helping you succeed and gain as much knowledge as possible from your exchange experience. We strongly recommend that you meet with a Ross academic advisor early in the semester to discuss your academic goals and options. An advisor can also offer guidance if you find yourself struggling with your coursework. To speak with a Ross academic advisor, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Michigan also offers several services to help students’ succeed academically, including Sweetland Writing Center, the Language Resource Center, tutoring, and research assistance from U-M librarians.
Access to Career Services
We want your exchange experience to not only benefit you personally and academically, but also with opportunities for career prospects. At Ross, you will have the same access to career resources as full-time students, including recruiting for jobs and internships, career workshops and resume review services, and career advising. Learn more about Career Services.
Student Clubs and Organizations
The University of Michigan is home to over 1,000 student clubs and organization spanning a wide range of topics. You are bound to find a group of students with similar backgrounds or interests. We strongly recommend you join a student group during your exchange semester. In doing so, you will likely make many new friends and enhance your experience. See Ross Clubs & Organizations and the U-M Maize pages to find out how you get involved on-campus.
There is always something happening on campus or in Ann Arbor. You should check the Campus Events, Ross Events, and Ann Arbor community events each week to see if there’s something that captures your interest.