Looking for a great way to meet fellow Ross'ers? To build your resume? To develop leadership skills? Then you should consider joining a Ross club.
And if you can't find one at Ross, check out the U-M Maize Pages where you will surely find one that fits what you are looking for.
Our active BBA clubs include:
- Accounting Club
- Alpha Kappa Psi
- Association for Chinese Economic Development
- BBA Consulting Club
- BBA Finance Club
- Black Business Undergraduate Society
- BOND Consulting
- Casual Golfers Club
- Christian Business Initiative
- Delta Sigma Pi
- Global Investments Club
- Mad Money Club
- Marketing Club-BBA
- Michigan Business Women-BBA
- Michigan Commodities Group
- Michigan Interactive Investments
- Michigan Investment Banking Club
- Michigan Sports Business Conference
- Muslim Business Students Association
- Phi Chi Theta
- Navara Foundation
- Net Impact Undergrad
- Relay for Life
- Ross Habitat for Humanity
- Ross Portfolio Management Club
- Ross Undergraduate Hispanic and Latino Society (RUHLS)
- Society for Human Resource Management
- TAMID Israel Investment Group
- Wolverine Sales Club
All Ross clubs use the online club management tool at CampusGroups.com to streamline club registration, consolidate event information, and create club websites. To browse a list of all Ross clubs or to sign up to become a member of a club, visit Ross's CampusGroups.com.
Our clubs plan many events every year, including case competitions, conferences, networking events, workshops, and fundraisers. To see what events clubs are planning for today, tomorrow and the future, visit the Ross Clubs Event Calendar on CampusGroups.
Want to Start a New Club?
If you are interested in starting a new club and would like to be recognized by Ross, follow the club recognition procedures outlined by SGA. You may also contact SGA's Vice President of Clubs, Greg Woodall to get input on your club idea and insight on the club recognition process.
Before forming your club, make sure to consider the following:
- How does your club advance the objectives of the Ross community?
- What are the goals and objectives of your club?
- How is your club different from any other clubs that already exist within Ross?
- How does your club plan to sustain interest in the club from year to year, to ensure continuity of the club?
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