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This is it. All of your late-night studying for the SAT or ACT and volunteer weekends are about to pay off in a big way. You're about to apply to Michigan Ross — one of the best B-schools in the country. Time to channel all of that hard work into a standout (and complete!) application.
For complete information about University of Michigan application requirements, please see the central Office of Undergraduate Admissions requirements and deadlines.
We review applications from February through April, but we aren’t able to review your application until you have been admitted by U-M. The majority of first-year applicants are notified of their decision between February and mid-April.
To provide an idea of when you might hear from us (and to ease the suspense!), we’ll be sharing your decision on one of our scheduled release dates. Decisions are shared in no particular order, so there’s no need to worry if you don’t hear from us on the first release date.
Ross admission decisions arrive by email after 5:00 p.m. Eastern time on select Fridays
The exact decision release dates will be posted in early January.
If you are offered admission as a first-year applicant, you have until May 1 to accept the offer.
Your application appears in Enrollment Connect. Please utilize Enrollment Connect to check your application status and view your decision.
November 1: Early Action deadline
Late January: Early Action decision from U-M
February-April: Ross decisions released for Early Action
February 1: Regular Decision deadline
March-April: Ross receives Regular Decision admits from U-M and begins to review
April: Ross decisions released for Regular Decision
ADMITTED STUDENT COMPOSITION
|3.92||Average High School GPA|
|9%||First Generation in College|
|8,328||Number of Applicants|
|6%||Black or African American|
|0%||Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander|
|0.1%||Native American or Alaska Native|
|4%||Two or More Races|
Reflects admitted students for the incoming class in Fall 2021
*Race and ethnicity data is based on United States Department of Education federal reporting guidelines
If you are a Direct Admit, the following are academic requirements for your first year at Ross. If you are a Preferred Admit, you must satisfy all of the requirements below to be admitted to Ross for your second year.
Enroll full time (12+ credits) in both fall and winter semesters of your first year.
Complete First-Year Writing, ECON 101, and Calculus I, II, or III at U-M, each with a grade of C or better, by the end of the winter term of your first year. AP credit can be substituted for Calculus I or II (MATH 120 or 121). IB or A-level credit can be substituted for ECON 101 and U-M Calculus I, II, or III.
Complete BA 100 and BCOM 250
BA 100 Introduction to Ross: Foundations in Learning Business, offered specifically for students admitted in their first year
Maintain good academic standing (2.500 GPA or above per term) throughout the first year. GPAs are not rounded up.
Students are also expected to meet the following conditions:
The Ross School of Business reserves the right to withdraw your BBA admission offer if: 1) there has been a misrepresentation in or a violation of any of the terms of the application process or failure to meet first-year expectations; 2) we learn you have engaged in behavior prior to matriculation that indicates a serious lack of judgment or integrity; or 3) you do not meet the conditions of your admission offer.
We further reserve the right to require you to provide additional information and/or authorization for the release of information about any matter. Finally, we reserve the right to require the withdrawal of any student whose condition endangers his or her own well-being or the well-being of other students or precludes him or her from doing the required work.
This video was filmed in compliance of social distancing guidelines
Learn more about the Michigan Ross BBA program in this virtual admissions session with BBA Admissions Director, Dr. Blaire Moody Rideout. Explore aspects of the curriculum, leadership development with Ross, business career paths, in-depth look at the admissions portfolio process, and ways students can engage beyond the BBA.