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Ross Program in Real Estate

Admission Application

Thank you for your interest in the Ross Program in Real Estate. In order to be considered for admission, this application must be submitted along with requested documents.

Application Process

Applications are completed online. The online system allows you to electronically submit the entire application including supporting documents--except for letters of recommendation which should be sent directly to the Ross Program from your references. Make certain to enter a username and password to allow exit and re-entry to the system to fully complete the application.

Admission Process

The Ross Program uses a rolling admission process. Applications can be submitted at any time before the session deadline. Applications are reviewed in the order in which they are received, and decisions can be rendered at any time. All decisions are final. Early submission of applications is strongly encouraged.

Fee Reductions

The Ross Program offers a limited number of fee reductions to students who have demonstrated a financial need. If you are interested in applying, please complete a Fee Reduction application and return to the Ross Program. Applications may be found here. Fee reduction requests will not be considered until a completed admissions application is received. There are a limited number of fee reductions available and applications are reviewed in the order in which they are received. It's strongly suggested for applicants to submit their materials early for consideration of a fee reduction.

Fee Reduction Application Submitting Instructions

The Fee Reduction Application contains sensitive personal and financial data and should NOT be transmitted via unsecure email. Transfer the application and accompanying documents as one file utilizing Dropbox or Google Drive via your account to or email to request a Dropbox link. 

For questions regarding the application process, please contact Mary Peralta at

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