After jumping into second place in Poets& Quants’ Undergraduate Business School Rankings this year, Michigan Ross has earned a spot on the publication’s list of the “10 Undergraduate Business Schools to Watch in 2020.”
Each year, we release our Ross Preferred Admission decision schedule in January. Our goal in providing these dates is to help alleviate a bit of the concerns students may feel while awaiting their college application decisions.
When the U-M Office of Undergraduate Admissions releases Early Action admission decisions by Dec. 24 each year, some applicants will have their final admission decision postponed to a later day. This may spark some anxiety, but there is no need to panic. To help ease concerns, I wanted to address some common questions related to being postponed and how that affects your Michigan Ross BBA application.
Toward the end of the fall semester, the Ross Transfer Application will go live as we begin to prepare for the second BBA admission cycle. This made me think about our process and how it might be worth a deeper dive.
Michigan Ross juniors took on the challenge of reaching carbon neutrality at U-M by exploring creative business solutions to help the university achieve its goals through reimagining building standards, developing new models of energy consumption and transportation, and improving sustainable food systems in university dining.
I recently wrote about my experience visiting the University of Michigan Museum of Art with nearly 100 other first-year BBA students, faculty, and staff at Michigan Ross for an online publication called Her Campus. This was the second year this event was organized for students in BA 100. I would love to provide a glimpse into this insightful event.
With so much happening in the Michigan Ross BBA Program this fall, the semester is off to a great start. As usual, several insightful and fun events brought students together and set them up for another year of success.