Don’t Take My Word for It, but You Need to Visit Michigan Ross and Ann Arbor
By Blaire Moody Rideout
Visiting college campuses is a crucial part of the college search process, and if you’re even considering Michigan Ross I hope you’ll visit us this summer.
There’s so much I could tell you about Ann Arbor, but I think you’d rather hear from some of our students about their experiences. So, I asked students who moved to Ann Arbor from other parts of the country to tell you a bit about their time in A2, and how a visit to this city when they were in your shoes captured their hearts and quickly became a home away from home.
FLOR - Miami, FL
Flor came to Michigan Ross from Miami, FL to pursue business with a focus on social justice. She’s pursuing a BBA with a minor in community action and social change.
“I can safely say that people at Ross, and the University of Michigan in general, are the most welcoming people I have met.”
Hear Flor discuss her experiences in Ann Arbor:
ROHAN - Redmond, WA
Coming from a close-knit community in the suburbs of Seattle, Rohan was nervous that a move to Michigan would completely change his world. A pleasant surprise awaited him in the halls of Ross and the streets of Ann Arbor.
Hear Rohan discuss his experiences in Ann Arbor:
A visit to Michigan Ross can help you learn more about our application process, our available study abroad experiences, how our program prepares you for your dream career, and how the city of Ann Arbor will become your new favorite city in the world.
There are a lot of opportunities to visit between now and the end of August - check it out: