dividend Alumni Magazine
Catch up or keep up to date on Ross-related news from around the school and around the world with the Ross dividend magazine. Not just for alumni, the free dividend app delivers the magazine to your tablet or mobile device in a rich multimedia format.
Click a feature to see a preview!
Stay informed and connected to Ross while on the Go! with the new iMpact mobile app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. With iMpact Go! you carry the functionality of iMpact in your pocket!
The app gives you access to iMpact's most popular features without having to open a laptop. Search the directory, use the jobs database, get notifications of upcoming events, and watch live and streaming video from right inside the app.
Download the iMpact Go! app for Android or iOS, and take a tour below.
A personalized news "bulletin board" so you can keep track of the happenings at Ross. Tap the drop-down menu to narrow it down by categories like "Career Services," "Recruiting," "Student Clubs," "Student Life," or "Technology."
Keep track of your appointments and upcoming events you may be interested in. View "All" events or narrow it down to only "Suggested," "Club," or anything on "My List."
Not at Ross to catch an event? If it's being streamed, you can find it here and watch it without leaving the app. You can also find tons of content of past events to watch on demand.
After installing, log in ...
And set a pin ...
...you won't have to sign in again!
Take those giant scrolling hallway poster screens with you, too!
Using the job database, you can search for, bid on, and tag available jobs, check resume and drop deadlines, and sign up for interview slots, just like you can using the iMpact web interface.
Quick access to the Ross directory so you can look up the details for people you know, or people you need to know.
Search for a room number or location to see a map with it's precise location pointed out to you. Locate faculty offices, department offices, and event locations.
View availability and reserve study rooms in the Ross building.