A degree in business can change your life.
Join other intellectually motivated student scholars for an opportunity that will allow you to discover and experience first-hand what it would be like studying at a top-ranked business school.
Engage in our real-world, action-based learning environment and hear from current students on how they’re reaching their goals with a Michigan Ross education.
This event is geared toward, but not limited to, students from groups historically underrepresented at the University of Michigan, such as Black or African-American, Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx, American Indian or Native Alaskan, first-generation college students, students from households with limited financial resources, and students from underrepresented geographic areas.
This event is FREE for all selected to attend, including up to two parents/guardians. (Including airfare, hotel, and any meals that are officially a part of All-Access-Weekend.)
During the program, participants will:
- Learn about our action-based curriculum
- Engage with University of Michigan faculty, staff, and students
- Build positive and professional relationships with highly motivated peers across the nation
- Gain a deeper understanding of the college application process, as it applies to selective undergraduate business programs
To apply, students must:
- Be a rising high school junior or senior
- Exhibit propensity for academic excellence (No minimum GPA is required to apply, but priority consideration will be given to students with a 3.5 or higher.)
- Reside in the United States, with the exception of U.S. military families living abroad
- Submit a complete application within the application window, which is typically early March through late June.
- Submit a scanned copy of high school transcript that includes GPA (unweighted, if possible) and any standardized test scores, if taken (e.g. PSAT, SAT, ACT), as part of your application