At Michigan Ross, your goals are supported by one of the strongest women’s networks among business schools ― during your time at Ross and beyond.
You’ll take on leadership roles, build relationships within a supportive community of peers, and graduate with the knowledge, experience, and versatility to thrive in your career.
Ross women love to take charge: 41 percent of leadership roles and 56 percent of professional clubs are led by women, and 42 percent of clubs are led or co-led by women.
After you graduate, you’ll continue to be supported as a Ross alumna. Not only will you join a network of more than 50,000 alumni in over 100 countries, you’ll also be prosperous in your career.
We encourage prospective students to connect with women at Ross. More than 80 current female ambassadors in our BBA and MBA programs are available to talk with you about their experience as women at Ross, address your concerns, or answer any questions you may have.
Student Organizations and Clubs
The Michigan Business Women (MBW) club
The Michigan Business Women (MBW) club is one of Ross’ largest student groups, divided into MBA and BBA sections that each host hundreds of events.
Enjoy networking, professional development, and philanthropy opportunities.
Michigan Business Women - BBA
Michigan Business Women - MBA
Women in Leadership Conference
Standing out among the many events held each year, the MBA section of MBW sponsors the annual Women in Leadership Conference, which attracts attendees from across the country.
Programs and Initiatives at Ross
Michigan Ross’ long standing relationship with the Forté Foundation will connect you with a network of over 50,000 women across leading companies and business schools.
Women’s Leadership Council
Ross alumnae remain an active part of the community through the Women’s Leadership Council. This group promotes scholarship, mentorship, and networking within the women’s community at Ross.
Find resources, attend networking events, and leverage career support through the Och Initiative for Women in Finance, which encourages and supports BBA women considering careers in finance.