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Och Initiative for Women in Finance
Considering a career in finance? Through the Och Initiative for Women in Finance, you can gain access to resources, networking events, mentorship, and career support as you prepare for life after Ross. The Och Initiative is open to all Ross undergraduates, regardless of gender.
Join one of the many student clubs where you’ll make new friends, find common interests, and focus on issues that inspire you.
Our outreach programs are designed to prepare students for the Ross experience. Learn more about how we’re helping first-year and high school students put their best foot forward.
Hail from north of Michigan’s Mighty Mac? Find yourself in good company. The U.P. Scholars Program helps bring students from the Upper Peninsula to the Ross and U-M community. U.P. Scholars receive significant financial support throughout their four years of undergraduate study, and benefit from program-specific activities like peer mentorship and leadership development.
The larger U-M community shares our commitment to diversity and inclusion. You’ll experience it on your teams, in your dorms, at your study groups — it’s in the fabric of our campus. You can also find many events and organizations across campus focused on this commitment, including:
Expect Respect Campaign: The Expect Respect campaign is an educational, campus-wide initiative that underscores the importance of community members who treat each other with dignity and respect. The campaign is in partnership with students, faculty, and staff.
Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives: The Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives (OAMI) develops strategic programs, resources and opportunities that support cultural enrichment throughout the campus community, including the annual U-M Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium.
Trotter Multicultural Center: The Trotter Multicultural Center is dedicated to fostering intercultural engagement. It’s a space that supports those committed to social justice and diversity, where connections between and among communities are strengthened.
First Generation Students: Thousands of students at U-M are the first in their family to attend college. First Generation Students gives them useful networks and resources they can use to build community and thrive on campus.
Spectrum Center: Through education, advocacy and community building, the Spectrum Center empowers students to thrive in a diverse, global society. A core focus of the Spectrum Center is enhancing campus climate and providing support services for the LGBTQ+ campus community.