Round out your time at Michigan Ross and explore the many student clubs and on-campus activities for MBA students.
Get Involved, Be Inspired.
“As a VP of the Part-Time MBA Students Association, we worked to cultivate a meaningful Ross experience for part-time MBAs even though our class was spread across the country. From guest speakers to bowling nights to formal events, there’s a very meaningful part-time community.”
- J. Ben Battaglia, MBA ’19
Welcome to the Club
Wherever your interests lie, we have a student club to suit them. Take advantage of the more than 70 professional, social, and service clubs open to students across our MBA programs.
The Asia Business Conference (ABC) is the longest student-run conference in North America focused on Asia business. For 30 years, the landmark conference has brought leaders of multinational companies and organizations to the University of Michigan's Stephen M. Ross School of Business to discuss issues facing the Asian markets. Some notable speakers from previous conferences included C-level executives at General Motors, Nike, Morgan Stanley, Google, BCG, and Nomura. Through networking sessions and panel discussions, the annual event provides excellent opportunities for attendees to connect with speakers.
The Auto & Mobility Club at Ross (formerly the Auto Club at Ross), has evolved in recent years to reflect the disruption we see in the industry. The mobility space consists of an increasingly complex ecosystem of players - including large automotive manufacturers, suppliers, tech giants, emerging new-mobility providers, startups, investors and regulators. At Ross, we are fortunate to have access to some of the top mobility minds in the world - across departments at the University, throughout the Metro-Detroit region, and with passionate alumni across geographies and companies in this shifting mobility space. Our mission is to help students connect with these resources to develop an understanding of the career opportunities available through 1. Career development through access to targeted job postings and resume / interview help 2. Education through special events and compiled resource 3. Networking with industry leaders both on campus and in Metro Detroit
A different type of investment banking club at the University of Michigan aimed at providing education, guidance and resources to any student interested in investment banking.
More Ways to Get Involved
Join fellow MBA students for live case competitions, during which your team will be tasked with recommending a solution to a real challenge. Prior sponsors of the competition include Shinola, DENSO, and MEDC.
Lead alongside fellow part-time MBA students as a member of student government. Help shape decisions related to programming, curriculum, and the overall part-time student experience.
Learn how to turn data insights into action through Marketing Lab, a student-run organization that offers access to marketing training sessions, case competitions, and industry-standard tools.