Students enter Ross as Sophomores to complete our undergraduate BBA program, typically finishing in 3 years. Dual-degree programs may take slightly longer.
Residency, Tuition, and Loans
Michigan residents pay in-state tuition rates.
Non-Michigan residents pay out-of-state tuition rates.
U.S. citizens and permanent U.S. resident students may borrow through federal or private loans to cover the cost of tuition, fees and approved other costs.
International students may borrow through private loans but will need a U.S. citizen or permanent U.S. resident cosigner.
Students who believe their status should be changed to Michigan resident, or for other questions regarding residency regulations, please contact the Residency Classification Office (734) 764-1400.
BBA Academic Year Tuition
Lower Division (Freshmen and Sophomores)
|Michigan Resident (in-state)||$ 14,498|
|Non-Resident (out-of-state)||$ 47,148|
Upper Division (Juniors and Seniors)
|Michigan Resident (in-state)||$ 19,498|
|Non-Resident (out-of-state)||$ 53,696|
The 2017-18 tuition rates were approved by the University of Michigan Board of Regents in June 2017. Estimated 2018-19 tuition rates will be posted in early July 2018.
Other Academic Year Costs
In addition to tuition, all BBA students may borrow funds to cover the following approved other costs.
|Registration Fees||$ 328|
|Books and Supplies||$ 1,048|
|Food and Housing||$ 11,198|
|Personal Expenses (including Health Care Insurance)||$ 2,400|
|Loan Fees||$ 56|
The above cost of attendance budget was finalized by the University of Michigan Regents in June 2016. The estimated 2017-18 cost of attendance budget will be posted in early July 2017.
Applying for Financial Aid at the University
Financial Aid for BBA students is provided through the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid. Inquiries regarding the financial aid application process should be made directly to:
Office of Financial Aid
2011 Student Activities Building
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1316
Telephone: (734) 763-6600
Students in the BBA Program are eligible to apply for a number of grants and private scholarships as well as loans with various repayment terms. Part-time employment is also available within the University and in the local community.
Please note that the University is unable to offer financial assistance to international students (international students can consider private lending opportunities, which generally require a U.S. co-signer).
The Ross School of Business Office of Financial Aid is a satellite office of the University of Michigan Office of Financial Aid. Disclaimer.