Tuition and Financial Aid
Students generally enter the three-year BBA Program in their sophomore year or later. Dual-degree programs may take slightly longer and are likely to impact tuition and other fees.
Estimated BBA Expenses for 2012-13
- Tuition and Fees $16,432 (Michigan Resident)
$43,592 (Non-Michigan Resident)
- Books $1,048
- Housing $9,752
- Federal Loan Fees $36
- Personal Expenses $2,018
- Estimated Total $29,286 (Michigan Resident)
$56,466 (Non-Michigan Resident)
U.S. students are eligible to apply for a number of grants, private scholarships, and loans with various repayment terms. Financial aid is provided through the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid, and students are encouraged to review the U-M scholarship/fellowship opportunities as well as the online directory of private scholarships. Most of your questions about financial aid likely will be answered in reference guide, aptly titled Financial Aid Required Reading.
All entering Ross BBA sophomores are considered for scholarships. Many scholarships require that you must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Awards range from $1,000 to $15,000.
- Check the box on the BBA Program application indicating your interest for scholarship. By checking this box you agree to allow potential scholarship donors to review your resume and essays as appropriate.
- For Ross need-based scholarships, please complete the free application for federal student aid online.