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 Chapter 1

Welcome to Michigan Ross.

Michigan Ross is located on the University of Michigan’s central campus, right in the middle of Ann Arbor. On this tour, we’ll show you what our campus has to offer: the distinctive architecture, places to study, where to grab a coffee or a bite to eat, and more.

Outside of Michigan Ross glass ceiling

 Chapter 2

The Davidson Winter Garden

As you enter the building, you are welcomed into the large, open atrium. This is the Winter Garden, the heart of Michigan Ross and where students come to study and work on group projects.

Davidson Wintergarden with students talking and studying

 Chapter 3

Seigle Cafe & Starbucks

The Winter Garden is home to Seigle Cafe, a great place to grab lunch or a snack in between classes. If you are looking for a caffeine pick-me-up, Michigan Ross’ own Starbucks is located in the Winter Garden and is a great place to get a coffee throughout the day.

Starbucks logo on a sign at Michigan Ross

 Chapter 4


The Michigan Ross campus has a variety of classroom types, ranging from fixed, multi-level U-shaped classrooms to more modular setups that can accommodate every type of learning. Integrated technology in all classrooms includes projection screens or large embedded monitors, interactive touch screen monitors, and outlets for student laptops. 

A large classroom at Ross

 Chapter 5

Study Rooms

There are many study rooms around the Michigan Ross campus that are available to students for group projects, meetings, and interviews. They are also great for brainstorming on the whiteboards and using the monitors for shared presentations and video calls. 

Study Rooms with students looking at screen

 Chapter 6

Tozzi Electronic Business and Finance Center

The Tozzi Center at Michigan Ross gives you the experience of a working and first-in-class electronic trading floor, with the same software that is used on Wall Street. 

Tozzi Center sign

 Chapter 7

Och Fitness Center

Michigan Ross also strives to support students’ health and fitness goals with several resources and spaces, including the Och Fitness Center. The Center includes a variety of cardio and strength-training equipment, and members can enjoy cross-training, circuit training, and yoga classes.

Och Fitness Center

 Chapter 8

Robertson Auditorium

The state-of-the-art Robertson Auditorium seats 500 and has hosted some major speakers, ranging from visiting business executives to world leaders. Robertson is also the location of business competitions and large, student-led conferences.

Robertson Auditorium

 Chapter 9

Alessi Courtyard

Located in the center of the Michigan Ross campus is the Alessi Courtyard, a great place to relax outside between classes or study under the shade of the 200-year-old oak tree. The courtyard also connects buildings that are part of the Ross campus. 

Students sitting underneath a tree

 Chapter 10

Additional Parts of Ross Campus

Sam Wyly Hall is the main hub for Executive Education and the Executive Learning and Conference Center. Kresge Hall houses the admission offices, academic advisors, the Kresge Library, and many other administrative offices. Blau Hall houses classrooms, study spaces, the Career Development Office, and the +Impact Studio, which is an innovative space for elective classes and club and community events. On the first floor of Blau Hall is Seven 10 East, a cafe that serves pastries, sandwiches, and Michigan Ross’ own blend of Zingerman’s coffee.

Kresge Library sign