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Global Scholars

Founded in 1991, Ross School educates students using a global perspective based on in-depth study of world cultural history. Projects and initiatives build intercultural understanding. To prepare our students for the demands of the 21st century, it is essential we serve an internationally diverse student body. Global citizens must meet challenges collaboratively, working alongside people with a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, beliefs, experiences and abilities.

Our boarding program is flourishing and we are to continue expanding the diversity represented on our campus. We are thrilled to launch the Ross Global Scholars Program, to attract highly capable students from all over the world regardless of their ability to pay tuition.

Through the Ross Global Scholars Program, international students are invited to apply for scholarships to Ross School. Your involvement in supporting a Ross Global Scholar enables a worthy student to receive an education at Ross School and helps support our mission of a global community.

Ross School students currently come from 10 countries including Columbia, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the United States.
SPONSORING A GLOBAL SCHOLAR

Participating in the Ross Global Scholars Program is a rewarding experience for both student and sponsor. A Ross Global Scholars Sponsor can choose to provide partial or full scholarships for 2, 3 or 4 years. The Sponsor is invited to define the specific criteria for his/her scholarship and help create the parameters for the scholarship competition. The Sponsor also facilitates with marketing the scholarship in the designated country.

Ross School offers a named scholarship and recognizes the Sponsor in the marketing campaign, on the Ross School website and in our Annual Report.

Sponsors receive regular updates from their Ross Global Scholars and have the satisfaction of knowing they are providing children with the opportunity to receive an unparalleled educational experience.
For additional questions or to discuss ways of giving, please contact the Development Office at 631-907-5112 or email development@ross.org.