Undergraduate Admissions Blog

Undergraduate Admissions Blog
As the high school senior embarking on a huge transition to college, you are likely to become the center of attention for at least one holiday gathering this season — whether it’s a family member asking you to plan out the next ten years of your life right now, or an uncle bombarding you with how the university with his favorite football team is the only one you should really be considering.
Undergraduate Admissions Blog
Although most of your college application work is likely complete at this point, it’s important that you continue the momentum you’ve been building and do what’s necessary in your senior year to set yourself up for success in college.
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That’s it - we’ve done it! I think we just launched what will quickly become my favorite event every year: The Michigan Ross All-Access Weekend. The All-Access Weekend is a new program we developed to give high-achieving high school students from across the U.S. a special behind-the-scenes look at what life at Michigan Ross is really like.
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October is here! If you’re planning on applying to the Michigan Ross BBA program, I want to provide a quick checklist of what you should be doing right now to best prepare yourself for success.
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I don’t need to tell you that the essays are an important part of the Michigan Ross BBA application process. These essays give us insight into who you are, what goals you have, the way you approach problem solving, how you learn from your past, and so much more.
Undergraduate Admissions Blog
I have a prediction to make, and I’m just going to throw it out there: The first class you’ll take at Michigan Ross will be totally different than any other class you’ve taken until now.
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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.
Undergraduate Admissions Blog
One of the reasons our students tell us they like the Ross BBA Program so much is because there are a ton of ways they can add to their experience.
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For the new students we’ve admitted to join the Ross Class of 2022, the first step of entering that new experience is right around the corner: Summer Orientation. I want to try to help some of your questions surrounding Orientation by giving you a peek behind the curtain about what to expect.
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Ross has many outreach programs designed to introduce and educate students on what it means to be a successful business student and professional
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The Waitlist. For a number of Ross BBA applicants, being on the waitlist is a reality that comes with a lot of unanswered questions.
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I wanted to take a moment to share a few recent stories about Michigan Ross students and alums that caught my eye. The work and contributions of these individuals has inspired me and excited us all here at Ross.
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Today we released another round of admissions decisions, letting some applicants know that they’ve been admitted to the Michigan Ross BBA Class of 2022. We also released denial notices for the first time in this admissions cycle.
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“Do I have to be in a cohort?” “How hard is it to matriculate?” “Early Action… not sure what that is, but it sounds both stressful and exciting!”
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It’s true — this afternoon around 5:01 p.m. we released a batch of admissions decisions letting applicants know that we’d love to welcome them to the Michigan Ross BBA Class of 2022. Congratulations to these incredible students! If you were admitted in this round of decisions, you will be receiving...
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The number of students participating in global experiences at Michigan Ross is at an all-time high. We believe studying abroad is one of the most valuable educational experiences a student can have. Or, at least it can be if approached in the right way.
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This is the first release of admissions decisions for the BBA Class of 2022. More decisions are coming throughout the winter and spring, as we work through applications and our review process.
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From the outside, our evaluation process can seem pretty opaque — you submit an application, you wait and wait, and then three months later you get a yes or a no. So what happens in between?
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In a just-released employment report , we announced the career outcomes for our most recent graduating class. I’m always impressed and inspired by the success of our students and proud of the hard work they put in during their time at Ross.
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It’s a stressful time, waiting to hear from colleges, unsure about where you’ll be in the fall. But there are some techniques you can use to lower the stress during these next few months while you wait to hear decisions from universities and colleges across the country.
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This is a part of a series of blogs focused on understanding the paths to admissions for the Ross BBA program. This post is most relevant for current college students at other universities. Other posts in this series are relevant for high school students and current U-M Students.
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One of the things we get the most questions about from prospective students (besides, “What are my chances of getting into Ross?”) is our admissions portfolio and the artifact we ask prospective students to submit.
Undergraduate Admissions Blog
This is a part of a series of blogs focused on understanding the paths to admissions for the Ross BBA program. This post is most relevant for high school students.
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Ross. Admissions. Portfolio. It’s just three words, but they can carry a lot of weight for applicants who are worried about how they can use the exercise to best showcase themselves and their abilities to us on the admissions team.

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