The Ross BBA program is now officially one of the top three programs in the country. To achieve this status, Ross has made various changes to both the program and admissions process.
What is new with admissions?
Ross is now accepting only approximately 100 students through the revised Cross-Campus Transfer process; this represents a ~75% decrease in the number of rising sophomores (juniors) accepted into the program.
This year, Ross will prioritize students “who have not previously considered business.” This means that Ross will prioritize students who did not apply via the Preferred Admission process.
What does Ross consider during the Cross-Campus Transfer review process?
Application elements: essays, activities descriptions, honors & awards.
Good grades within a rigorous course load.
Strong extracurricular experience.
Demonstrated interest and fit.
Remember, Ross uses a holistic review process and does not hold interviews or accept letters of recommendation for the Cross-Campus Transfer BBA application process, so your application is incredibly important. You must utilize your application to differentiate yourself from the stiff competition.
The Application Authority has successfully worked with hundreds of Ross students and graduates and offers a free 15-minute advising session to students interested in applying to the BBA program. Schedule your free advising call today with one of our admissions experts.