Michigan Ross develops strong and effective leaders committed to building a better world through business. Our students and alumni offer innovative thinking, global perspective, and leadership skills obtained through a rigorous curriculum and action-based learning experiences. The Career Development Office team can connect you with the outstanding talent needed to advance your organization in today’s dynamic business environment.
Michigan Ross has an extensive global network of outstanding students and alumni across a wide array of degree programs and industries. Our custom strategies can help you make connections with undergraduate, MBA, or One-Year Master’s students based on your recruiting goals and hiring needs.
Let us connect you with the right talent who can take your organization to the next level. Our expert employer relations team works with you to create custom recruiting strategies to source top candidates within the Michigan Ross community, and provides experienced support along the way.
Log in to Ross Recruit to post a job opening, search for candidates, access resumes, host recruiting events, and schedule interviews.
The University of Michigan seeks to create an inclusive environment for all students. All who partner with Michigan Ross are expected to adhere to these guidelines.
Equal Employment Opportunity Guidelines
National Association of Colleges and Employers’ Principles of Professional Conduct for Employment Professionals
MBA, MM & MAcc: The Stephen M. Ross School of Business does not evaluate its MBA, MM and MAcc students using a traditional point-based grading scale. In order to better encourage collaborative, action-based learning, and academic exploration and co-creation, faculty assess students using notations of EX (Excellent), GD (Good), PS (Pass), and LP (Low Pass). Accordingly, grade point averages (GPA) for these students will not be found on their transcripts or searchable resumes (“Default Resume”) in the Ross iMpact database.
For the purpose of determining academic honors for MBA, MM and MAcc students, the school converts grades into value points and a figure which is not the same as a strictly calculated GPA average is calculated for each student. To graduate with High Distinction, a student’s value point average must be between 3.5 and 4.0. To graduate with Distinction, the average must be between 3.25 and 3.499. Students are eligible to indicate “Candidate for Graduation with Distinction / High Distinction” upon completing 30 credit hours. Class rank is not calculated. The scale is as follows:
- Excellent = A+, A = 4 value points
- Good = A- = 3 value points
- Pass = B+, B = 2 value points
- Low Pass = B-, C+, C, C- = 1 value point
- Fail = D, E, NR = 0 value points
Michigan's Ross School of Business does not prohibit its MBA, MM and MAcc students from disclosing grades during an interview.
Students can generate unofficial Ross transcripts for recruiters. Accordingly, if you will require an official transcript for interview purposes, please be sure to announce this in advance. Students may require several days to secure their transcripts from their undergraduate alma maters.
BBA: Our BBA program operates with a conventional 4.00 GPA, and therefore BBA students are eligible to indicate GPA on their resume.
Michigan's Ross School of Business does not prohibit its BBA students from disclosing grades during an interview.
Students can generate unofficial Ross transcripts for recruiters. Accordingly, if you will require an official transcript for interview purposes, please be sure to announce this in advance.