The Ross MAcc Program is completely integrated within our premier MBA Program, so tuition charged to our MAcc students is set at MBA tuition levels. The program offers substantial tuition reimbursement in the form of Graduate Student Instructor positions and scholarships to outstanding students.
Scholarship awards may be based on merit, need, or a combination of both. Award amounts vary depending on available funds and number of applicants. The average total scholarship award reduces tuition between 30 and 40 percent. In addition, grading and tutoring positions are available for MAcc students.
You may apply for scholarships upon admission to the program. Fall scholarship decisions are announced in late August while winter decisions are announced in early January.
- Awards to all MAcc students range from $2,000 to $8,000 per semester.
- Awards are based on merit and need.
- Awards are funded by private and institutional sources.
In addition to general MAcc scholarships, the Ross Financial Aid Office also posts various scholarship, loan, and other aid opportunities throughout the year.
The University of Michigan also offers scholarship and fellowship opportunities to eligible MAcc students.
Many private scholarships are offered to U-M students each year by corporate, professional, trade, government, civic, religious, social, and fraternal organizations. Awards can range from small honorariums to thousands of dollars. Students must meet the eligibility criteria specified by the donor and complete the donor's scholarship application.