Diversity isn’t just a checkbox.
It’s an essential part of our learning experience.
Michigan Ross students thrive in an inclusive environment where diverse voices are heard and valued. We know that diversity fuels success by inspiring new ways of thinking, expanding your ability to tackle issues from many angles, and by driving innovation. You’ll be prepared for real-world business scenarios as you learn to share and explore various perspectives.
The Michigan Business Women (MBW) club is one of Michigan Ross’ largest and most active student groups; its MBA section hosts hundreds of events each year focused on promoting women in business. Be inspired to join or attend one of its many happenings on campus.
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Known for our dedicated resources and support, Michigan Ross is proud to help launch the business careers of those who’ve served. Leverage and build on your valuable skills, translating leadership in the field into leadership in business.
The Armed Forces Association at Michigan Ross helps advance the role of veterans in business. This group actively recruits prospective students who have served, helps them understand the admissions process, and makes connections with faculty to bring career goals into focus.
U-M values the unique experiences and perspectives that veterans and military service members bring to our diverse campus community. We provide the resources and expertise to help you find your way here and thrive
Michigan Ross is at the center of one of the nation’s most LGBTQIA2S+ friendly according to the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index. We are proud to promote and foster a community among LGBTQIA2S+ students and allies.
Out for Business at Ross is the official LGBTQIA2S+ association for Ross BBA and MBA students whose mission is to build a strong, diverse community of LGBTQIA2S+ and ally students at Ross where all are welcomed, celebrated, and valued.
Programs and Initiatives
The University of Michigan Spectrum Center is committed to enriching the campus experience and developing students as individuals and members of communities.
Michigan Ross is a sponsor of the Reaching Out LGBTQ MBA fellowship, an initiative that emphasizes business schools as the top destination to develop LGBTQ and active-ally business leaders of tomorrow.
Programs and Initiatives
The U-M International Center bridges gaps and offers guidance. Its team provides assistance with international issues, including visa and immigration questions, health insurance, cross-cultural issues, taxation, and health insurance.
Connect with fellow alumni wherever your career takes you by joining one of our many alumni clubs around the world.