Ross Student Organizations
Ross offers many opportunities for MBA students to get involved in student
organizations outside of their daily coursework. Below are some different
options we recommend to broaden your worldview and internationalize your time
here on campus.
Ross International Club
International Club fosters cross-cultural connections among Ross
students while contributing to efforts that enable Ross MBAs develop a wider
global view. Club members are dedicated to promoting interactions that build
cross-cultural friendships among international and domestic students. Club
members have leadership roles in activities including Ross Conversation Circles,
the Cross-Cultural Meet & Eat small dinner program, the “Taste of Ross,” and
other opportunities that enable students to share their international
experiences and professional goals.
Co-Presidents are: Shruti Sharma & Mavis Hu.
Ross Conversation Circles
Ross Conversation Circles are for MBA students who want to develop their
conversational language skills to succeed with global clients and organizations.
Circles in conversational English, Mandarin, and Spanish are available. Each
Circle consists of six members who meet for 75 minutes each week (except during
exams and breaks) to talk about all kinds of topics. Students may sign-up
Cross-Cultural Meet & Eat
Cross-Cultural Meet & Eat is a small dinner program directed by Ross
International Club members, who also serve as hosts. MBAs who don't know each
other and who come from different cultures are invited. Dinner conversations
cover everything from personal dreams and hobbies, to professional topics, like
career goals, cultural differences, and issues of global management.Interested
students may sign up through Campusgroup.
Taste of Ross
The Taste of Ross is a food fair directed by the Ross Student Association
assisted by various country clubs and the Ross International Club. It’s an
opportunity for students to try foods, see dances, and play games from around the world.