If you are interested in an undergraduate business degree and are from out of state do not attend Michigan. If you are among the 20 to 25% pre-admits to Ross then you are ok, however the rest need to apply to the undergraduate business school (Ross) at the end of March freshman year and do not hear back until end of June. So at this point you are committed to Michigan for sophomore year as it is too late to transfer. If business is what you want and you do not get into Ross you do not have an opportunity to transfer until Junior year. As far as the social aspects of college that sucks. Ross admits about the same number of students per year (500) as Wharton however Michigan has 6,000 students per class and Penn has 2,400 students per class. There are only 450 spots for over 1200 freshman applicants. And when you do not get accepted, you get a very short email from the university that you attend that says: "please see you academic advisor about your future academic plans." If you are out of state and want to get an undergraduate business degree I would apply to the Kelley School at Indiana, the McCombs School at Texas, the Carrol School at Boston or the McIntire School at Virginia. All are ranked as good as Michigan and you know when you are accepted as a senior in high school that you are in the school. Ross is ridiculous. For a school the size of Michigan the undergraduate business school needs to be larger. Boston College has about the same size business school class as Michigan with a total class size of only 2,200. Virginia and Texas have twice the number of business students per class. Just something to consider regarding Michigan and the Ross School. They may think it makes them more exclusive but I think it discourages many qualified applicants from attending.