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Welcome Alumni

The Ross School of Business is proud to have more than 45,000 living alumni in 88 countries who are leaders in every kind of business and industry worldwide.

Alumni form an integral part of the Ross community and your outstanding accomplishments continue to increase the value of the Ross business degree and strengthen the reputation of the entire School.

The Office of Alumni Relations and the Alumni Society Board of Governors are dedicated to providing opportunities that engage, educate, and connect alumni to the School and each other.

However, the network is only as vibrant as the people who participate so regardless of whether you live in Ann Arbor or Abu Dhabi we encourage you to stay involved!

Here are just a few ways to stay connected:

• Attend an event hosted by one of the 54 regional clubs or the Office of Alumni Relations
• Find a classmate in the Ross Alumni Directory
• Participate in lifelong learning with Executive Education
• Connect with Ross alumni on LinkedIn

We welcome your feedback so feel free to reach out to us by phone at 734-763-5775 or email

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