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Round out your time at Michigan Ross and explore the many student clubs and on-campus activities for MBA students.
“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
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.
|Club Namesort desc||Description|
|Service Corps Alumni Association||
The Service Corps Alumni Association at Ross seeks to advance the role of returned volunteers in business and promote both service and service learning throughout the Ross community.
|Ski & Snowboard Club at Ross||
The Ski & Snowboard Club organizes events for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities, with multiple destination trips during the year.
|Smart Cities Club||
The Smart Cities Club facilitates multidisciplinary learning, introduces career opportunities, and increases engagement in the Smart Cities discipline at The University of Michigan.
|Soccer Club (SCR)||
The Soccer Club at Ross brings together players and fans from all over the Ross community through the world's game.
|Southeast Asia Business Association||
SEABA will serve as a social and networking support group for SEA students at Ross.
|Sports Business Association||
The Sports Business Association was established with every fan in mind. Whether you’re interested in gaining experience within a sports industry through student consulting projects or simply excited for the next bus trip to a Pistons game, the SBA has you covered!
|Strategic Operations Club||
The Strategic Operations Club provides educational, recruiting, and social opportunities to enhance operations offerings for graduate students at Ross.
|Taiwan Business Association (TBA)||
TBA is a cultural and career-oriented organization, focusing on education, career development, and networking with Taiwanese alumni. The purpose of the organization is to increase the awareness of Taiwanese culture and business development.
The Technology Club at the Ross School of Business aims to serve three primary purposes: To build an integrated network of tech-minded MBAs, to educate members on the latest trends and developments in the high tech industry, and to support members in their career pursuits. As one of the most dynamic industries, impacting all other businesses, tech is an increasingly appealing career path for MBAs. As a result, the Tech Club is one of the fastest-growing and largest clubs on campus.
|The Gourmet Club||
The Gourmet Club is dedicated to fostering the Ross food culture. Come learn about food, enjoy a meal at a great Ann Arbor restaurant, and meet other Rossers!
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.