At Ross, there’s no shortage of ways to get involved outside the classroom. You can find many opportunities to take on a leadership position, experience the thrill of case competitions, or network with peers who share your interests.
Move Beyond the Classroom
Master of Management Student Association
The MMSA encourages camaraderie through informative, philanthropic, and collaborative activities such as intramural sports, celebratory dinners, volunteer outings, and tailgates. All students are eligible to run for the MMSA, and can enter by completing our intent-to-run survey. Elections are held at orientation.
One-Year Master’s Council
The One-Year Master's Council consists of the executive members of the Master of Business Analytics, Master of Accounting, Master of Management, and Master of Supply Chain Management student associations, as well as three cross-program chairs who seek to represent the collective one-year master's student population equally in all matters of business. Cross-program chairs include Philanthropy, Athletics, and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion). These positions are elected annually at orientation and rotate among the four degree programs.
Master of Management Clubs
Michigan China Forum is a student-run forum striving to broaden student’s vision on Sino-US relationships about various disciplines. The goal of the forum is to “connect Michigan to China” and “empower future leaders” with global visions.
The Michigan Finance and Entrepreneurship Club is a prestigious investment based learning organization at the University of Michigan.
The Muslim Business Students' Association is dedicated to creating a sense of community among Muslim students interested in business, as well as providing resources and networking opportunities to aid in professional development for all fields of interest.
A student-run consulting group that provides local, non-profit, and national businesses with impactful solutions. Composed of over 70 University of Michigan Students, we work together to solve the toughest challenges faced by the companies we work with.
Pi Sigma Epsilon is a co-ed professional business fraternity specializing in management, marketing, and sales.
WCI is a student-run investment club with a focus on new member education, professional development, philanthropy, and sustainable investing practices. We actively manage a $17,000+ portfolio with holdings balanced between fundamental, growth, and value positions. WCI is the sole philanthropic, non-profit undergraduate investment club at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. Each semester, we donate a portion of our portfolio's proceeds and participate in charitable efforts to serve our community.