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BBA INFORMATION SESSIONS AND WORKSHOPS:
Offered in the summer and fall, with sporadic sessions in the winter (MLK Day and President's Day) and spring. No sessions in December, May, and the end of August.
Offered during the fall and winter academic terms. No sessions in December and Spring/Summer.
MINOR IN BUSINESS INFORMATION SESSIONS:
Offered twice in each of the fall and winter academic terms. No sessions in December and Spring/Summer.
ROss UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS DROP-IN HOURS:
2:00 - 4:30 pm Monday-Friday
Prospective students with an interest in Ross undergraduate opportunities are welcome to visit Ross Undergraduate Admissions during regular Drop-In Hours. A Ross Undergraduate Admissions representative will be available to answer program questions and offer advice on the application process.
All Ross Undergraduate Admissions Drop-In Hours will be held at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business in the Ross Office of Undergraduate Programs located at 700 East University, Kresge Hall, 3rd Floor East, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. Please check in at the front desk upon arrival. No advance registration is necessary.
Please note that students attending an information session are encouraged to have their questions answered during the FAQ segment of the session, or individually after the session. We highly encourage you to engage with the Admissions staff member presenting the session, instead of also coming to drop-in hours after the information session. Remember that the Admissions staff member remains accessible until all individual questions are answered.
There will be no drop-in hours 9/20, 11/2, 2/21, 5/3, 6/4
There are no drop-in hours when the university is closed on the following holidays: Labor Day; Thanksgiving, and the day before and after; Christmas Eve until the day after New Year's Day; Memorial Day; and Independence Day (typically observed on July 4th)