What Michigan Ross Is Planning For this Fall, and How You Can Stay in the Know

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The Ross School of Business is committed to offering an innovative, enriching, and engaging fall term 2020.

In alignment with the University of Michigan, Ross will offer a combination of in-person and remote instruction. For undergraduates, the fall term begins Aug. 31, following the university's revised academic calendar. Graduate programs will follow a similar approach, though the specifics will vary by program. 

Many of the signature Ross co-curricular extracurricular experiences will also allow students to participate in person or remotely, and student clubs will offer opportunities for students both in person and remotely. There will be an all-virtual recruiting experience this year, and the Ross Career Development Office and career clubs will offer their traditional level of support, largely in virtual formats. Based on student interest, some career development programs and events may be held in person.

“We are looking forward to a very successful fall term and academic year,” said Scott DeRue, Edward J. Frey Dean at Michigan Ross. “We are committed to maintaining the highly collaborative and positive work environment that Ross is known for and delivering on our mission. Working together, we will be successful and emerge stronger than ever.” 

Michigan Ross will hold events, host speakers, and organize conferences throughout the fall term in a mix of in-person and hybrid or remote formats to ensure a wide audience is able to attend. All events and programs will comply with public health requirements.

For latest information about what to expect this fall, visit Returning to Ross: Our Fall 2020 Plan. In addition, U-M has a dedicated website for further information on public health measures, student resources, and FAQs.