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Preferred Admit Program - Information for current PAs

This website is designed to provide information to current Preferred Admit students.    For information on applying to the Ross Preferred Admission program, see the Ross Admissions page

Resources for Ross PAs

Academic Services is available for quick questions during walk-in hours, Monday-Friday, 1-3 p.m.  Preferred Admit students should also be meeting with their home school (e.g., LSA, Engineering, etc...) academic advisors during Freshman year. 

Gym memberships at the Och Fitness Center in the basement of the Ross building are available to PAs.  Click here and select the Fitness Center link for more info, including rates.

Impact, the Ross intranet system, is available to currently enrolled students. You will have limited access second semester when enrolled in LHC, but will get full access as a Sophomore.

The Office of Career Development at Ross encourages you to explore options at the UM Career Center and will be available for counseling when you start Ross as a Sophomore.

PA Mentors are a great resource for current PAs. 

Printing is available at Ross to students currently enrolled in Ross classes.  For PAs, this means you'll have access to printing at Ross second semester, when enrolled in LHC.

Wireless access is available to all UM students (including PAs) in the Ross building.  Sign onto "Ross Wireless Secure" using your uniqname and password.

Workshops are held roughly every month and attendance is required for all Preferred Admits, as these sessions are designed to help you be more prepared to start full-time at Ross as a sophomore.  The workshop schedule can be found here and will be updated with room locations throughout the semester.

If you are a current student and have questions about the PA program, contact Emily Papin-Wynne, Assistant Director of BBA Student Life.

Basic Program requirements:

  • Earn a cumulative GPA of 3.300 or higher by the end of your freshman winter term.
  • Complete First-Year Writing, Economics 101, and any course in Calculus I, II, or III at U-M, each with a grade of C or better, by the end of your freshman winter term.
  • Earn at least 27 credits at U-M, each with a grade of C or better, during your freshman fall and winter terms, combined.
  • Attend the series of workshops specifically for Ross Preferred Admits.
  • For the most detailed list of requirements, please click here