Michigan Ross Annual Fund

Give to the Michigan Ross Annual Fund, and you will help the school to build a better world through business. Your gift allows us to:

Foster economic inclusion

Foster economic inclusion by ensuring a Michigan Ross education is financially accessible to the best and the brightest, regardless of their financial background through scholarships and academic readiness programs.  Helping individuals open up opportunities for themselves and their families through education is one of the most rewarding aspects of what we do at Ross.

Increase our global preeminence and visibility

Increase our global preeminence and visibility by tackling important questions related to business fundamentals, as well as grand challenges such as how business can contribute to solutions in climate and sustainability, economic inclusion, technology disruption, and the shifting global business landscape.

Prepare tomorrow’s leaders

Prepare tomorrow’s leaders by deepening the impact of our world-class centers, institutes, and initiatives, ensuring our students are well prepared to create economic as well as social value through their professional accomplishments.

Leverage our flexibility and seize new opportunities

Leverage our flexibility and seize new opportunities to lead business and business higher education as they arise.

Donors who give $2,500 or more to the Annual Fund during the current fiscal year (July 1 - June 30) are recognized in the Annual Giving Society.

Anna Lam
My goal coming in was to find something aligned with my interests and the kind of impact I want to have on the world. This scholarship has allowed me to do exactly that, and has made many of my dreams come true. The support I've received makes me feel like there's a community backing my vision for what a better world can look like.
Jonae Maxey
Scholarships have been very important for me on my journey in college, especially in my fifth year. I knew I wasn’t going to be able to go to college without scholarships because I didn’t want to take on a large amount of debt, and my family wouldn’t have been able to support me. … With scholarships, I could go to college without having that worry of ‘How am I going to pay for this?’ Instead, I could think about ‘How am I going to make the most of my college experience.