Students who pursue their Ross MBA in the Evening format often organize their schedules to maximize their engagement with the school community. That community is a dynamic, collaborative collection of people and interests.
Ross is home to some of the world’s leading research centers and institutes, which focus on particularly relevant areas of business, from global sustainable enterprise and operations to entrepreneurship and emerging economies. The school routinely hosts CEOs, leaders in global healthcare and human rights, former cabinet officials, and the founders of cutting-edge new startups.
All Evening students are automatically members of the
Part-time MBA Association. There are no dues, and the association offers career-related as well as fun-filled events for students and their families. In addition, more than 70 social, academic, and professional organizations offer students the opportunity to deepen their professional development, build their network, and make lifelong friends.