Participate in workshops throughout the semester to hone your skills for academic success.
Undergraduate education should promote the knowledge, attitudes, and abilities that prepare students to become global-ready citizens.
Michigan State University has outlined a set of undergraduate learning goals.
Michigan State University (MSU) has partnered with Podium Education to provide its students access to the Global Tech Experience (GTX), a virtual learning program designed to provide students with real-world experiences that simulate “on-the-job” training.
The Department of Military Science was founded during the school year 1884-1885, when Michigan State University was known as Michigan Agricultural College.
The Spartan Early Start Program (SES) is an opportunity for incoming undergraduate first-year and transfer students–those students admitted to MSU.
A student’s educational experience is much more than their coursework alone.
The MSU Testing Center serves as the primary resource for best practice, policy, and implementation of campus and community testing services and subscribes to the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines.
MSU has introduced a policy that allows units to create undergraduate certificates, or UGCs, leveraging existing resources from across campus to provide a credential that students can take with them after graduation.
The Undergraduate Research Office at Michigan State University strives to support the work of faculty and students across campus by collaborating to develop, promote, enhance, and assess undergraduate research and creative activities at MSU.
First-year seminars introduce students to social and academic life at the University, providing a small-group experience to support students' transition.