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Housing Information Office
1011 Student Activities Building
Phone: 734-763-3164
Fax: 734-764-6806
E-mail: housing@umich.edu
Website: http://www.housing.umich.edu

Housing Information, Off-campus, General
Website: http://www.rent.net

Computing Facilities and Library Resources

Computing Services
701 Tappan Street, K 3340
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234
Phone: 734-763-0462
E-mail: umbslabmanager@umich.edu or UMBSLaptopHelp@umich.edu

Kresge Library
Kresge Building, 2nd Floor
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1234
Phone: 734-764-7356
E-mail: kresge_library@umich.edu
http://www.bus.umich.edu/KresgeLibrary

Featured Videos

Booz Allen Hamilton - ORG DNA Presentation (1:17 Video)
Click here to play the video

Managing the Global Firm:
Applying the lessons of a transatlantic merger
, with Dieter Zetsche
Drawing from his own business experience and mixing in a bit of humor, Chrysler President and CEO Dieter Zetsche entertained a University of Michigan audience with lessons he has learned during 28 years in the auto industry and from the merger of Daimler-Benz and Chrysler Corp.
Click to play the video. | No podcast available

Jack Welch
In an informal conversation hosted by Dr. Noel Tichy, professor and former head of GE's Leadership Academy at Crotonville, and Susana Saja, Ross School of Business SGA President, former CEO of General Electric Jack Welch gave his perspective on ethical management and answered numerous questions from the audience.
Click here to play the video. | Right-click here to download the podcast (MP3 audio file).

Wayne Baker
Dr. Wayne E. Baker gives his perspective on America's "Culture War" in a talk hosted by the Kresge Business Library. Based on research from his recently published book, America's Crisis of Values: Reality and Perception, he noted that contrary to popular belief, America has not lost its traditional values. He explained how the nation compares favorably with most other societies and that the culture war is largely a myth.
Click here to play the video.
| Right-click here to download the podcast (MP3 audio file).

Dennis Bakke
In his talk, Dennis Bakke, former CEO of international energy giant AES, spoke of the shared values critical to his company's success; integrity, social responsibility, fairness and fun. To Bakke, fun is not the Friday afternoon beer blast or the annual holiday party. Rather, fun means a joy-filled, rewarding, creative work environment, free of autocratic supervisors and staff offices, where each and every employee can fully utilize his or her talents for success.
Click here to play the video. | Right-click here to download the podcast (MP3 audio file).

Video: Senator Carl Levin
Federal Action on Climate Change: Issues and Challenge

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Course Evaluations

Course Evaluations: One student should be appointed to collect the completed forms, put them in the envelope, close and submit the envelope via the instructions below:

ANN ARBOR: Envelope should be delivered to the Deanís Office, 1700 Wyly Hall during regular business hours (Monday -Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).
AFTER 5:00 P.M. or on week-ends, please return envelopes to the Information Desk in the Executive Residence Lobby for delivery to the Deanís Office.

COMMERCE PARK: Envelope should be given immediately to the front desk at Commerce Park.

OAKLAND COUNTY: Envelope should be given immediately to the CP/OC
staff assisting the Instructors.
 

Ambassador Program @ ROSS

Each semester, Evening MBA students are entrusted with the task of conveying to both prospective and newly admitted students the talent, spirit, and tremendous opportunities available within the Ross School of Business community. Evening MBA Ambassadors serve an essential role as an information source by leveraging their familiarity of the MBA program, as well as their personal experience balancing work, school, and social life during the program.

Ambassadors participate in Evening MBA Information Sessions for prospective students and attend Evening MBA Orientation for admitted students. These events are held in the summer, fall, and winter every year. In addition to school sponsored events, the list of Ambassadors is distributed to prospective and new students, allowing interested individuals to contact them with further questions.

The Ambassador contact list is available by clicking here

The mission of the Evening MBA Ambassador Program is to ensure that prospective and newly admitted Evening MBA students feel welcome at the Ross School of Business, while supplying them with the necessary information to allow them to make the right decisions for their own academic, career, and personal goals. Ambassadors are also encouraged to offer suggestions for creating an even better experience for prospective and admitted students.

If you are interested in becoming an Evening MBA Ambassador, or if you have questions, please contact the Evening MBA Association by emailing evemba-info@umich.edu.

 

Credit Increases

For credit increases, please send an e-mail to Academic Services at rossacadservices@umich.edu. Please include your full name, 8-digit student I.D. number and the specific term.


 

Mail Folders

Students and Professors use mail folders to exchange documents. At Commerce Park, folders are located in the black file cabinet in the student lounge area. In Ann Arbor you can get to the mail folders through the double-glass doors at the end of the hallway of Kresge 1st floor near the stairwell and faculty publications. This will give students access to the new student area. These double-glass doors are the only entrance and exit to be used for this area.

Inclement Weather Procedures

In the event of inclement weather, the Dean's Office will decide after 3 p.m. if classes will be canceled. Check iMpact or tune to radio station WJR (AM 760), WWJ (FM 97.1 or AM 950).

Active Degree Candidacy

You will lose active degree candidacy if you do not complete at least one course during your first term in the Evening MBA program or if you do not complete at least one course within any 12-month period. If this occurs, you must apply for admission. For example:

  • If you register but withdraw during the first term of enrollment, you must re-apply for admission.
  • You complete a course in the fall term, but do not complete another class in the winter, spring or summer terms of the subsequent academic year, then you must complete a class in the following fall or your active status will have expired. You would then need to re-enroll into the program. This re-enrollment would require completing much of the application again. Academic Services will provide directions should this occur.

Note that while students have 10 years to complete the program, any prolonged absence could result in a decision that you need to completely re-apply rather than simply re-enroll. For this reason, students should try to maintain active candidacy.

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