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Cata MSU Bus Services

Learn about the campus bus system.

Unit: CATA
Website: https://www.cata.org/Login?returnurl=%2fManage%2fExistingAlert

Campus Transportation

Michigan State University covers more than 5,000 acres and is one of the most beautiful campuses in the nation. Besides walking, students have many options for getting around campus, including many green transportation options.

Unit: Office of Admissions
Website: https://admissions.msu.edu/life-at-msu/getting-around.aspx

MSU Campus Maps

Check out the interactive campus maps to find the buildings, parking lots and office you need to start navigating.

Unit:
Website: https://maps.msu.edu/

MSU Safety Resources

The Michigan State University Police encourages each member of the campus community - students, faculty, and staff - to take an active role in preventing and reporting incidents that jeopardize safety on and around campus.

Unit: Office of Admissions
Website: https://admissions.msu.edu/life-at-msu/safety.aspx

Residence Hall Association

The MSU Residence Halls Association (RHA) is the on-campus student government at Michigan State University. Representing more than 15,000 students, MSU RHA is one of the largest Residence Halls Association in the country. MSU RHA is dedicated to improving the on-campus living experience, and providing many services to students. Campus Center Cinemas, RHA TV, RHA Movie Offices, and Condom Connection are all services that are provided to the students by the RHA.

Unit: Residence Hall Association
Website: http://rha.msu.edu/

Live On

Choosing a university is a big decision, and while it usually starts with picking an academic program, there is so much more to consider. You want the comforts of home, you want great food, friends and fun – you want the perfect college experience.

Unit: Live On
Website: http://liveon.msu.edu/

FAME: Foster Academics, Mentoring Excellence

A resource center for foster youth alumni, as well as for youth who were in kinship care, have experienced homelessness, or are otherwise independent.

Unit: School of Social Work
Website: http://socialwork.msu.edu/Programs/Community-Outreach/FAME

Spartan Success Scholars

Students receive continuous peer support, participate in high impact learning experiences, and become a part of a prestigious community of Scholars.

Unit: Neighborhood Student Success Collaborative
Website: http://nssc.msu.edu/neighborhoods/spartan-success.html

New2U: LBGTQA+ First-Year Experience Program

New2U events help LGBTQ+ students find one another and build the connections and skills they need to thrive at MSU.

Unit: Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Resource Center
Website: http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/programs-and-services/new2u/

LateNights at the LBGT Resource Center

The Center is open 5-7pm Mon-Wed to assure that students have a place to connect with other LBGTQ+ students to study, play, or connect with staff.

Unit: Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Resource Center
Website: http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/programs-and-services/late-nights-at-the-lbgtrc/

INQUIRE Program

The program offers the opportunity for you to take your science courses with a cohort in an encouraging and supportive environment.

Unit: Lyman Briggs College
Website: http://lbc.msu.edu/inquire/

Honors College First Generation

The First Generation Honors Association assists first-generation HC members in their transition to college and fosters their continued success.

Unit: Honors College
Website: http://honorscollege.msu.edu/firstgen

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)

CAMP offers individuals with migrant or seasonal farm work backgrounds a unique opportunity to begin an undergraduate program in MSU.

Unit: Migrant Student Services
Website: http://mss.msu.edu/camp

Women's Resource Center

Programs, workshops, conferences focused on topics of gender equity, leadership/professional development, intersectionality, and work/life issues.

Unit: Women's Resource Center
Website: http://wrc.msu.edu/

Student Veterans Resource Center

The Student Veterans Resource Center is dedicated to promoting the educational, career, & personal advancement of service members & veterans at MSU.

Unit: Student Veterans Resource Center
Website: http://veterans.msu.edu/

Student Organizations

Over 800 Student Organizations including: academic, business, environmental, international, political, racial/ethnic, religious, women’s & more.

Unit: Department of Student Life
Website: http://studentlife.msu.edu/student-organizations-activities

Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence (SARV) Program

Promotes safety by educating students on sexual/ relationship violence, eliminating violence on campus, & empowering students to become advocates.

Unit: Department of Student Life
Website: http://sarv.msu.edu/

Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD)

The RCPD is committed to lead Michigan State University in maximizing ability and opportunity for full participation by persons with disabilities.

Unit: Resource Center for Persona with Disabilities (RCPD)
Website: https://www.rcpd.msu.edu/

Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Resource Center

Leads university-wide initiatives that prepare students to thrive in our diverse world, & enhances the campus climate & support services for students.

Unit: Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Resource Center
Website: http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/

LeaderShape Institute

An intensive, energizing, and unique 6-day educational experience designed to develop college students to lead with integrity.

Unit: Department of Student Life
Website: http://studentlife.msu.edu/leadership-development/the-leadershape-institute

LBGTQ+ Student Support Specialist

The Center has trained staff members to help navigate coming out, breaking-up, or anything that impacts student physical, mental, & academic wellness.

Unit: Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Resource Center
Website: http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/get-support/

International Students & Scholars (OISS)

The mission of the Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) is to provide support to MSU’s international students, scholars and families.

Unit: Office for International Students and Scholars
Website: http://oiss.isp.msu.edu/

Greek Life

With over 60 organizations, Greek Life promotes self-governance, leadership development, academic achievement, community service and friendship.

Unit: Department of Student Life
Website: http://greeklife.msu.edu/

Forests Forevery Scholars Program

The Forests Forever Scholars, FFS, Program provides opportunities for leadership development and further learning outside the classroom.

Unit: Department of Forestry
Website: http://www.for.msu.edu/undergraduate/scholarships

Mowbray Scholars

Supports students of color in the Honors College who have demonstrated potential for leadership in promoting cross-cultural understanding.

Unit: Honors College
Website: http://honorscollege.msu.edu/mowbray-scholars-program

SparQ: LBGTQ Peer Mentor Program

SparQ matches trained undergraduate mentors with first-year students to help facilitate a smoother transition into Michigan State University.

Unit: Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, and Transgender Resource Center
Website: http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/programs-and-services/sparq/

Osteopathic Medical Scholars Program (OMSP)

OMSP integrates an early exposure to physician and clinical skills, community involvement, and leadership roles.

Unit: College of Osteopathic Medicine
Website: http://www.com.msu.edu/Students/Osteopathic_Medical_Scholars/Osteopatic_Medical_Scholars.htm

First Year Mentor Program

Supports First Year Students in their transition to James Madison/MSU and encourages successful academic and personal development.

Unit: James Madison College
Website: http://jmc.msu.edu/diversity/first-year-mentor-program.php

Spartan Engineering (CoRe) Experience

Provides engineering students with unmatched learning opportunities within a community that encourages academic, professional & personal achievement.

Unit: College of Engineering
Website: https://www.egr.msu.edu/core/#undefined

Residential College for Arts and Humanities (RCAH)

RCAH offers an interdisciplinary degree, using civic engagement and creative work to promote social justice.

Unit: Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH)
Website: http://rcah.msu.edu

Residential Business Community (RBC)

The RBC experience prepares students to be business leaders and encourages their own professional development throughout their college experience.

Unit: The Eli Broad College of Business
Website: http://uas.broad.msu.edu/broad-opportunities/rbp/

Multi-Racial Unity Living Experience (MRULE)

Discussions and events designed to bring students from all backgrounds together to promote multiracial unity and diversity.

Unit: MOSAIC: The Multicultural Unity Center
Website: http://mrule.msu.edu/

Pre-Departure Programs in Shanghai and Beijing

Topics include communications, academic life, helpful support services, arrival planning, financial concerns, and housing issues.

Unit: Office for International Students and Scholars
Website: http://oiss.isp.msu.edu/news/1587/pre-departure-programs-in-shanghai-and-beijing/

Spartan Preview

Provides information on immigration regulations, laws and safety, health insurance, what to pack, getting to campus and campus life, and more.

Unit: Office of Admissions
Website: https://admissions.msu.edu/admitted/international/prepare-to-enroll/complete-spartan-preview.aspx

Summer Business Institute

An intensive, week-long residential learning experience for mutlicultural students that includes seminars, training workshops & team activities.

Unit: The Eli Broad College of Business
Website: https://mbp.broad.msu.edu/summer/

Engineering and Science Success Academy (ESSA)

A 7-week, residential, academic intensive program designed to acclimate incoming freshmen with both the academic & environmental aspects to college.

Unit: College of Engineering
Website: http://www.egr.msu.edu/dpo/programs/essa

Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD)

The RCPD is committed to lead Michigan State University in maximizing ability and opportunity for full participation by persons with disabilities.

Unit: Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities
Website: https://www.rcpd.msu.edu/

Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS)

Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS) serves as the central access point for students seeking mental health services on campus. Our new location is on the 3rd floor of the Olin Health Services Building.

Unit: Counseling and Psychiatry Services (CAPS)
Website: http://counseling.msu.edu/

Olin Health Clinics

Conveniently located in Hubbard, Brody, Holden and McDonel Halls, these clinics are open to any student for treatment of illness or minor injuries.

Unit: Olin Student Health Services
Website: http://olin.msu.edu/services/neighborhoodclinics.htm

Neighborhood Group Fitness Classes

From yoga, to zumba and cardio kickboxing, group exercise classes are offered for free throughout the week in every neighborhood.

Unit: Recreational Sports and Fitness Services
Website: https://liveon.msu.edu/befit

Group Exercise

Trained Instructors show you how to have fun & get stronger by using cardio, strength training, dance, & stretch movement exercises to great music.

Unit: Recreational Sports and Fitness Services
Website: http://recsports.msu.edu/Fitness/Group%20Exercise.html

International Students & Scholars (OISS)

The mission of the Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) is to provide support to MSU’s international students, scholars and families.

Unit: Office for International Students and Scholars
Website: http://oiss.isp.msu.edu/

Multicultural Business Success Academy

MBSA extends the Summer Business Institute experience into the freshman year by providing additional resources and support.

Unit: The Eli Broad College of Business
Website: https://mbp.broad.msu.edu/multicultural-business-success-academy/

Multi-Racial Unity Living Experience (MRULE)

Discussions and events designed to bring students from all backgrounds together to promote multiracial unity and diversity.

Unit: MOSAIC: The Multicultural Unity Center
Website: http://mrule.msu.edu/

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS)

Provides career counseling, personal advising, & academic support to first-generation college students, students who come from low-income backgrounds, & disabled students.

Unit: Office of Supportive Services
Website: http://trio.oss.msu.edu/

Summer Business Institute

An intensive, week-long residential learning experience for mutlicultural students that includes seminars, training workshops & team activities.

Unit: The Eli Broad College of Business
Website: https://mbp.broad.msu.edu/summer/

LeaderShape Institute

An intensive, energizing, and unique 6-day educational experience designed to develop college students to lead with integrity.

Unit: Department of Student Life
Website: http://studentlife.msu.edu/leadership-development/the-leadershape-institute

EXCEL Network (Arts & Letters majors)

A holistic approach to experiential learning, career education, student advising, & alumni networking to chart successful paths to meaningful careers

Unit: College of Arts & Letters
Website: excelnetwork.cal.msu.edu

Forests Forevery Scholars Program

The Forests Forever Scholars, FFS, Program provides opportunities for leadership development and further learning outside the classroom.

Unit: Department of Forestry
Website: http://www.for.msu.edu/undergraduate/scholarships

Major: Picking a Major

Learn about majors by: attending Marathon of Majors, seeing an advisor, or taking an exploratory course, freshman seminar, or career assessment.

Unit: Career Services Network
Website: http://careernetwork.msu.edu/exploring-options/choosing-a-career-and-major/index.html

Major: No Preference

Students who are below 56 credits and who have not declared a major. Students are assigned to an advisor in the NSSC.

Unit: Office of the Registrar
Website: https://reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/Print.aspx?Section=241

Major: Changing a Major

Students can submit an online major change form and/or see an advisor in the NSSC or in their college.

Unit: Neighborhoods
Website: http://nssc.msu.edu/advising.php#MajorChanges

College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Diversity & Inclusion Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction for College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Diversity & Inclusion is free to all students in these subjects: Algebra, Chm I, Cell Bio, Genetics, Physio, Neuro and Org Chm Monday, September 18th - Friday, December 1, 2017. Contact CVM.Diversity@cvm.msu.edu for services. D2L –CVM Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Unit: Collge of Veterinary Medicine Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Website: https://cvm.msu.edu/about/diversity

Bio Sci Help FS17

The goal of the help room is to help you form lasting mental models of key biological processes which will help you succeed on exams and in future courses for which BioSci Courses are a prerequisite.

Unit: BioSci Help Fall 2017
Website: www.tinyurl.com/BioSciHelp

MSU Libraries

Our goal is to provide the best possible library service to support your research and teaching. The Libraries advance knowledge and promote learning with a world-class collection of information resources, excellent service and technology-rich facilities that encourage both collaborative and independent study.

Unit: MSU Libraries
Website: http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Textbook and Course Materials Shopiing Guide

Purchasing textbooks each semester is often a major expense and source of stress for students. However, there are major savings on textbooks available to students who know where and when to look. Just like buying a cell phone plan or car, customers who research find better deals.

Unit: Spartan Life OnLine
Website: http://splife.studentlife.msu.edu/information-and-services/academic-affairs/textbook-shopping-guide

Student Accounts

Manage your student account online, including paying bills and loans and checking your financial status.

Unit: Office of the Controller
Website: http://www.ctlr.msu.edu/costudentaccounts/

Extended AOP

Extended AOP is a great method to let people know not only more about America, but also America culture...Extended AOP helps them to know better about how to be a college student in Michigan, or how to survive in an English speaking country.”

Unit:
Website: http://undergrad.msu.edu/uploads/How%20to%20register%20for%20extended%20AOP.pdf

Schedule of Courses

After AOP, look up your classes in the online schedule of courses, find the instructor, learn the locations, and by clicking on the section number, see when classes begin and end, required textbooks, and additional important information.

Unit: Schedule of Courses
Website: https://schedule.msu.edu/

List of MSU Colleges

Visit the list of Colleges on campus to begin your search for departments and faculty in your area of interest.

Unit: College and Academic Websites
Website: https://msu.edu/academics/colleges.html

One book, One Community

The annual One Book, One Community program, is co-sponsored by the City of East Lansing and Michigan State University, encourages the city-university community to read the same book and come together to discuss it in a variety of settings.

Unit: One Book, One Community
Website: http://www.onebookeastlansing.com/

Office of Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid provides access, aid and advisory services for the MSU Community.

Unit: Office of Financial Aid
Website: https://finaid.msu.edu

Office of the University Ombudsperson

The Office of the University Ombudsperson is a resource for students to support success initiatives for grade disputes, academic misconduct, as well as any other complaints/concerns a student may have with the university.

Unit: Office of the University Ombudsperson
Website: https://ombud.msu.edu/

MSU Theory Tutoring Center

Help with your questions, provide extra practice, or serve as a quiet place to work on your theory homework.

Unit: MSU College of Music
Website: http://music.msu.edu/areas-studios/music-theory/msu-theory-tutoring-center

Mechanical Engineering Learning Center

To strengthen ME undergraduate students’ understanding of key concepts, assist with challenging homework problems, and prepare students for exams.

Unit: Department of Mechanical Engineering
Website: http://www.egr.msu.edu/me/mechanical-engineering-learning-center

Livestream Tutoring

One-on-one STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) and Writing (WRA, RCAH, IAH, ISS, & reading/writing skills) tutoring.

Unit: TRIO Student Support Services
Website: http://trio.oss.msu.edu/livestream-tutoring/

Guided Learning Center

One-on-one & small group assistance in over 80 Engineering and related courses, include supplemental instructions for the more challenging courses.

Unit: Diversity Programs Office, College of Engineering
Website: https://www.egr.msu.edu/dpo/academics/guided-learning-center

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Tutoring for some 200 and 300 levels ECE courses to undergraduate students.

Unit: Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Website: https://ece.msu.edu/

CSE Help Rooms

Provides tutoring to student in selected CSE courses. The help rooms are staffed by undergraduate and graduate teaching assistants.

Unit: Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Website: http://www.cse.msu.edu/~cse231/General/FAQ.html https://www.cse.msu.edu/~cse232/

CSE 101 Help Room

Provides tutoring and academic support for students enrolled in CSE101.

Unit: Department of Computer Science Engineering
Website: cse.msu.edu

Construction Management Tutoring

SPDC will offer tutoring for Construction Management courses CMP 124, CMP 211, CMP 222 and CMP 230 on Wednesday evenings throughout the semester.

Unit: School of Planning, Design and Construction
Website: http://www.spdc.msu.edu/events/event/construction_management_tutoring1

College of Veterinary Medicine Tutoring

APSS Office invites students with grade below 2.0 on an exam to join the College's group tutoring program to meet with tutors for at least 2hrs/week.

Unit: Office of Academic Programs and Student Success, College of Veterinary Medicine
Website: https://cvm.msu.edu/students/student-questions/academics

Civil Engineering Help Room

Help Room for CE221.

Unit: Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Website: Department website: https://www.egr.msu.edu/cee/

Chemistry Help Room

The free tutoring is available in rooms 81 and 83 in the Chemistry Building. A schedule is posted outside the doors with further information.

Biochemistry Help Room

Free drop-in tutoring is available for BMB 401 and BMB 461 in the fall and BMB 401 and BMB 462 in the spring in the Biochemistry Building, Room 402.

Unit: Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, College of Natural Science
Website: https://bmb.natsci.msu.edu/undergraduate/taming-the-2nd-hardest-major/study/

Social Science Help Rooms

Offers a variety of support options for students, including drop-in tutoring & review sessions for partner courses in CJ, EC, HST, IAH, ISS, & SOC.

Unit: College of Social Science
Website: http://socialscience.msu.edu/students/office-student-affairs-and-services/helprooms/

Learning Assistant Help Rooms

Get help with BIO, CEM, HPS, MATH, and Physics courses.

Unit: Lyman Briggs College
Website: http://lbc.msu.edu/current_students/academics/LA_Hours.cfm

Chemistry 141 Tutoring

Get free help from recitation instructors in the chemistry help room or neighborhood engagement centers. Schedules are posted on D2L & course website.

Unit: Department of Chemistry
Website: https://sites.google.com/a/msu.edu/cem141/

Spartan Success Scholars

Students receive continuous peer support, participate in high impact learning experiences, and become a part of a prestigious community of Scholars.

Unit: Neighborhood Student Success Collaborative
Website: http://nssc.msu.edu/student-success-scholars.php

Nurse Scholars Program

The Nurse Scholar Program gives high-performing students the opportunity to earn admission into the College of Nursing straight out of high school.

Unit: College of Nursing
Website: http://nursing.msu.edu/bsn%20programs/Nurse%20Scholar%20Program/Nurse%20Scholar%20Program.htm

INQUIRE Program

The program offers the opportunity for you to take your science courses with a cohort in an encouraging and supportive environment.

Unit: Lyman Briggs College
Website: http://lbc.msu.edu/inquire/

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)

CAMP offers individuals with migrant or seasonal farm work backgrounds a unique opportunity to begin an undergraduate program in MSU.

Unit: Migrant Student Services
Website: http://mss.msu.edu/camp

Citizen Scholars

Prepares the next generation of diverse, high achieving, & engaged citizen leaders; encourages academic success & high-impact learning experiences.

Unit: Collge of Arts & Letters
Website: http://citizenscholars.msu.edu/

Charles Drew Science Scholars Program

Provides academic/ social support for high achieving students pursuing science/ math degrees, including those interested in health & science careers

Unit: College of Natural Science
Website: https://drewscholars.natsci.msu.edu/

Academic Scholars Program

For incoming first-year students with strong academic records who are seeking enriched academic opportunities in the first two years of college

Unit: Honors College
Website: http://honorscollege.msu.edu/academic-scholars-program

Writing Center

Services for all students—from freshmen to ESL students to graduate students—in all stages of the writing process and for any type of assignment.

Unit: Writing Center
Website: http://writing.msu.edu/

IT Services Walk-In Help Desk

Get help with Student Systems, (e.g.,online enrollment, StuInfo, Degree Navigator), computer help, password resets, and more.

Unit: MSU IT Service Desk
Website: https://tech.msu.edu/support/help/

College Advising Corps

Advising Corps integrates student support into the high school model in order to address nonacademic barriers to student achievement & success.

Unit: College Advising Corps
Website: http://collegeadvisingcorps.msu.edu/index.html

Social Science Study Away Programs

Study Away programs offer courses & internships at locations within the US, allowing students to apply classroom knowledge in professional settings.

Unit: College of Social Science
Website: http://www.socialscience.msu.edu/students/experiential-learning/study-away/

CAL-led Freshman Seminar Abroad in Germany

Incoming first-year students travel with CAL faculty and staff, studying folklore or human rights and earning integrative studies credit.

Unit: College of Arts & Letters
Website: https://osa.isp.msu.edu/Programs/fsagermany1.html

Osteopathic Medical Scholars Program (OMSP)

OMSP integrates an early exposure to physician and clinical skills, community involvement, and leadership roles.

Unit: College of Osteopathic Medicine
Website: http://www.com.msu.edu/Students/Osteopathic_Medical_Scholars/Osteopatic_Medical_Scholars.htm

Multicultural Business Success Academy

MBSA extends the Summer Business Institute experience into the freshman year by providing additional resources and support.

Unit: The Eli Broad College of Business
Website: https://mbp.broad.msu.edu/multicultural-business-success-academy/

First Year Mentor Program

Supports First Year Students in their transition to James Madison/MSU and encourages successful academic and personal development.

Unit: James Madison College
Website: http://jmc.msu.edu/diversity/first-year-mentor-program.php

Spartan Engineering (CoRe) Experience

Provides engineering students with unmatched learning opportunities within a community that encourages academic, professional & personal achievement.

Unit: College of Engineering
Website: https://www.egr.msu.edu/core/#undefined

Bailey Scholars Program

BSP is a diverse community of learners pursuing a Minor in Leadership in Integrated Learning. Students practice supported self-directed learning.

Unit: College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Website: http://www.bsp.msu.edu

Short Term Loan Program

ASMSU offers a short-term and interest free loan for up to $300.00 during the first 6 weeks of the Fall and Spring Semesters.

Unit: ASMSU (Associate Student of MSU)
Website: http://asmsu.msu.edu/services/loans/

Urban Educators Cohort Program

UECP helps students gain the knowledge and skills they will need to teach in communities where resources and services are most limited.

Unit: Urban Education
Website: http://education.msu.edu/urbancohort/

TRIO Student Support Services (SSS)

Provides career counseling, personal advising, & academic support to first-generation college students, students who come from low-income backgrounds, & disabled students.

Unit: Office of Supportive Services
Website: http://trio.oss.msu.edu/

Achieving Culturally Competent Education and Student Success (ACCESS)

Provides financial and educational support to help you earn a BS in Nursing and to help you pass the licensing exam to become a registered nurse.

Unit: College of Nursing
Website: http://nursing.msu.edu/students/Special%20Programs/ACCESS_Program.htm

Engineering and Science Success Academy (ESSA)

A 7-week, residential, academic intensive program designed to acclimate incoming freshmen with both the academic & environmental aspects to college.

Unit: College of Engineering
Website: http://www.egr.msu.edu/dpo/programs/essa

Overrides

To bypass certain enrollment restrictions on a course, students may seek an override by contacting the department/college of the course.

Unit:
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Major: Picking a Major

Learn about majors by: attending Marathon of Majors, seeing an advisor, or taking an exploratory course, freshman seminar, or career assessment.

Unit: Career Services Network
Website: http://careernetwork.msu.edu/exploring-options/choosing-a-career-and-major/index.html

Major: No Preference

Students who are below 56 credits and who have not declared a major. Students are assigned to an advisor in the NSSC.

Unit: Office of the Registrar
Website: https://reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/Print.aspx?Section=241

Major: Major Preference

Students who are below 56 credits and/or who have been opted into their college. Students are assigned to an advisor in the college of their major.

Unit: Office of the Registrar
Website: https://reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/Print.aspx?Section=259

Major: Major Admitted

Students who are at 56 credits & have been admitted or opted into their college. Students are assigned to an advisor in the college of their major.

Unit: Office of the Registrar
Website: https://reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/Print.aspx?Section=259

Enrollment

Enrollment is the selection of courses based on the student's Academic Progress Plan previously developed & continually reviewed with an advisor.

Unit: Office of the Registrar
Website: https://reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/Print.aspx?Section=247

Major: Changing a Major

Students can submit an online major change form and/or see an advisor in the NSSC or in their college.

Unit: Neighborhoods
Website: http://nssc.msu.edu/advising.php#major-changes

Social Sciences Advising-East Neighborhood

Advisers can help construct a course of study to meet special needs, interests, and requirements for graduation.

Unit: Social Science
Website: http://www.socialscience.msu.edu/about-us/overview/advising/

Neighborhood Student Success Collaborative (NSSC)

NSSC advisors are the primary academic advisors for students who have not declared a major preference.

Business Advising

Walk-in advising in the Neighborhoods for business majors with quick questions. Students are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.

Unit: Business
Website: https://uas.broad.msu.edu/advising-student-services/advising/

Math Learning Center

Get free help for 1825, 100 & 200 level math classes, and even some upper-level courses. Courses not supported by MLC: MTH 101, 102, 201 & 202.

Unit: Department of Mathematics
Website: https://math.msu.edu/mlc/

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