Michigan Ross is proud to support our veterans and military members.
The University of Michigan offers in-state tuition status to those who serve. You must apply and provide the appropriate supporting documentation. Information is located on the University of Michigan Office of the Registrar's website in the residency section.
Here are some additional sources of information:
Note: Executive MBA students pay a set inclusive tuition that includes tuition for courses, mandatory fees, plus other nonacademic costs (books, technology, accommodations during residence, and dining). Chapter 33 will cover tuition for courses and mandatory fees only. Chapter 33 will also pay a monthly housing allowance to the student; the remaining nonacademic costs (books, technology, accommodations and dining) are the student's responsibility.
School Certifying Officials for VA Benefits
Office of the Registrar
Veterans Certification Department
LSA Suite 5000, 500 S. State Street
Phone: (734) 763-9066
Fax: (734) 764-5556
Student Organizations and Clubs
The Armed Forces Association at Michigan Ross helps advance the role of veterans in business. The association actively recruits prospective students and provides admissions guidelines from a student’s perspective. For current students, the association sponsors events, networking opportunities, and mentoring, and it serves as the cornerstone of our close-knit military community . Our faculty will work closely with you to shape your career goals, as well as opportunities to shadow executives and participate in special summer internship opportunities.
U-M’s Office of New Student Programs sponsors the Veterans and Military Services Program and hosts welcoming dinners and programs of interest to veterans.
We encourage you to explore their resources for veterans.
Connect with other students and alumni in the military during the Veterans Leadership Summit or VETx.