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<p>So just wondering if anyone knows what is the acceptance % for UMICH? How about for getting into Ross?</p>

<p>Out of State.
How about ED? Is it a big difference?</p>

<p>Michigan doesn't offer ED.</p>

<p>Acceptance percentage to U of M has been over 50%, but will likely be lower this year. This is the first year students are being admitted to Ross out of high school.</p>

<p>I bet the Ross preferred admit % will be 10-15%. They're only taking 80 students.</p>

<p>It is impossible to tell the % that will be accepted into Ross straight out of high school this year because it is the first year Ross will admit students straight out of high school. It could be as high as 30% or as low as 10%. My money would be on less than than 20%, but that's just a wild guess. We'll see. </p>

<p>As for ED, Michigan does not have it. You can only apply RD to Michigan.</p>

<p>thanks guys. whats the RD acceptacne percent to UMICH not Ross?</p>

<p>and then once you are in Mich how hard is it to transfer into Ross say at the end of your freshman year?</p>

<p>on a side note, how is international applicant % acceptance rate? Specifically Canadian, although it probably doesn't matter whether you're Canadian or Japanese as long as it's out of state. Probably pretty low, considering I'm applying for fin. aid?</p>

<p>Does my pending application for permanent residency factor into the decision at all? Or the fact that I've lived in Michigan for all of high school and most of middle school?</p>

<p>The acceptance rate to Michigan is usually anywhere from 50% and 65%. This year, it is expected to be around 50%. Once in, getting into Ross is not easy. A 3.5+ GPA while at Michigan is the pretty much the norm for successful Ross applicants.</p>

<p>I've heard the acceptance rate for Ross runs about 50% for sophomores applying for junior year acceptance.</p>