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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

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/

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/

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/

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/

Student Employment

MSU offers a variety of opportunities for students to work on campus. The following information is what you'll need to know as you consider student employment at the university.

Unit:
Website: https://hr.msu.edu/employment/student-employees/

Career Services Network

Career Services serves students from freshman year through graduation and beyond in selecting the right major, exploring career options, looking for a part-time job or internship, or preparing for an interview.

Unit: Career Services Network
Website: http://careernetwork.msu.edu/

Peer Career Advising

Meet with a peer for help with resumes, figuring out Handshake and learning about ways to find a part time job or internship

Unit: Career Services Network
Website: http://careernetwork.msu.edu/services-locations/career-peer-advisors.html

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

Career Advising

Career advising can help at every stage of planning for life after MSU. Schedule a career advising appointment for one-on-one advising.

Unit: Career Services Network
Website: http://careernetwork.msu.edu/services-locations/career-advising.html

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

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

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

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/

OISS Advising-East Neighborhood

International students have unique advising needs because they must maintain their immigration status and meet university academic requirements.

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

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

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

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

Enrichment Summer Program

The Enrichment Summer Program provides academic advancement and career knowledge for undergraduate students interested in veterinary medicine.

Unit: College of Veterinary Medicine
Website: https://www.cvm.msu.edu/about/diversity/enrichment-summer-program

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: 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/

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