Tuition and financial aid details for the Michigan Ross Master of Accounting Program.
Graduate Student Instructors (GSI)
The MAcc Program is proud to offer 16 GSI positions to incoming MAcc students each year. GSIs assist with the instruction of undergraduate introductory-level accounting courses. They are compensated with a 51 percent tuition waiver and a monthly stipend, totaling approximately $600 per month.
Thanks to the generosity of MAcc alumni and friends, numerous Ross merit- and need-based scholarships are awarded to our students each year. Award amounts vary by available funding and the number of applicants but typically range from $5,000-15,000 per year. Approximately half of each MAcc class is awarded a Ross merit- or need-based scholarship.
We express our sincere thanks to the wonderful individuals and corporations who support Michigan Ross accounting education by funding the following scholarship opportunities:
- William J. and Donna W. Adams Memorial Scholarship
- William J. and Donna W. Adams Scholarship
- Arthur Andersen LLP Minority Scholarship
- Pamela Jane Bryant Accounting Scholarship
- John Robert and Minnie Lee Bussey Scholarship
- Ralph G. Conger Scholarship
- Howard J. Cooper Scholarship*
- Deloitte Foundation/Carleton H. Griffin MAcc Scholarship
- Ernst & Young Scholarship
- Roy M. Jacklin Scholarship
- Harvey Kapnick Scholarship
- Leonard J. Kujawa/Arthur Andersen Scholarship
- L. L. Laing Scholarship
- Walter P. Lossing Memorial Scholarship
- MAcc Alumni Scholarship Fund
- John F. McCarthy Business Scholarship*
- Elissa Meadow Scholarship
- Dorris C. Michalske Scholarship
- Michael and Joan Sakkinen Accounting Scholarship
- Gary H. Stein Memorial Scholarship
- Charles E. and Barbara C. Stilec Scholarship
- Lynn A. Townsend Scholarship Fund
- David Weston Scholarship
- William A. Paton Scholarship
*This scholarship is shared between several Ross programs and is awarded to MAcc students every three years.