Michigan Ross Listed Among Most Military Friendly Schools
Michigan Ross has again been listed among the most Military Friendly Schools by rankings organization Victory Media.
Ross was chosen as a Military Friendly school based on the amount of support available to veterans on campus, graduation rates of veteran students, job placement rates, available tuition assistance, and government approvals.
Because Ross is classified as a Yellow Ribbon school, application fees for students in the military and veterans are waived, and most of the unmet tuition of veterans 100 percent eligible for Chapter 33 is covered. Ross do not limit the number of participants and covers all admitted students who are eligible.
Ross’ commitment to military and veteran students runs deep, and since 2012, the Ross MBA program has more than tripled military student enrollment.
Earlier this month, a number of those students shared their experiences in the military with fellow classmates during VetX, Michigan Ross MBA Veteran Leadership Lessons from the Front Lines. You can watch them share their stories via the full video recap (embedded below).
This commitment to military and veteran students at Ross is echoed at the University of Michigan more broadly, where several students groups, including Ross’ Armed Forces Association, have collaborated to bring a wide range of Veterans Day events to campus this year. Here is the full schedule:
VETERANS WEEK 2015 - learn more
Flag Raising on the Diag
Central Campus Diag
Gulf War/Cold War Panel
Come hear experiences of those who kept us safe during the Cold War and fought during the Gulf War
Michigan Union - Wolverine Room
Staff/Faculty/Student Military and Veteran Appreciation Lunch
11 a.m to 2 p.m.
Michigan Union - Ballroom
Lecture: Michigan Solicitor General, Mr. Aaron Lindstrom
SG Lindstrom is a 1996 graduate of the US Military Academy, then spent five years as an Officer in the 3rd Cavalry Regiment before leaving active service to earn his JD at U Chicago. He clerked for Jeff Sutton in the 6th Circuit, then practiced at Gibson & Dunn's appellate practice in Washington, DC before joining Warner, Norcross, and Judd in its Grand Rapids office. He was appointed as the Michigan SG in 2013, where he argues cases on behalf of the state in both the Michigan and US Supreme Courts.
South Hall Room 1225
VA Healthcare Benefits
A VA healthcare benefits professional will be in the Michigan Union to answer your VA healthcare questions or to sign you up for VA healthcare.
Michigan Union - 2105D
U-M Student Veteran Panel
Student veterans studying at the University of Michigan will discuss their time in service and their transition to college. We will have both graduate and undergraduate students on the panel.
Michigan Union - Kuenzel Room
Central Campus Diag
The entire campus community as well as the general public is welcome to our Gala Event: "Service Above Self – Honoring our Veterans."
Hosted by the Rotary Club, this event will feature stories from a WWII veteran, a Korean War veteran, a Gulf War era Veteran, and an Iraq War Veteran. In between stories there will be live music. This event, like the rest of the events, is completely free.
Thursday, November 12
Korean War Veterans Panel
Called the "Forgotten War," the Korean War was in between WWII and Vietnam. The Korean War lasted from 1950 to 1954. It claimed over 1.2 million civilian and military casualties. Come hear Korean War veterans, including a POW, talk about their experiences and how the Korean War has shaped their lives.
Michigan Union - Pond Room
Veterans of Color Panel, Keynote and Reception
A panel discussion with student faculty and staff veterans of color, followed by a keynote presentation from Maj. Gen. William A Henderson, a decorated Air Marine Veteran who served from 1968 to 1974. A reception will follow.
Michigan Union, Anderson Room