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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

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

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

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

Associated Students of MSU, (ASMSU)

ASMSU is the undergraduate Student Government of MSU. Our mission is to enhance our individual and collective student experience through education, empowerment, and advocacy by dedication to the needs and interests of students.


MSU Libraries Peer Research Assistants

PRAs help find information for research papers, search for articles or books, and connect you to the library services that will help you most.

Unit: MSU Libraries

Tutoring @ Briggs

At Lyman Briggs College, tutoring services are available for Briggs courses and all MSU courses for students looking for help in their coursework.

Unit: Lyman Briggs College

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