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April 2024 Action Items and Resources for Students

The following email was sent to all MSU undergraduates and contains action items and resources. It is reposted here for your convenience.

It appears that spring has finally arrived!  The weather is warmer and some of the trees are blooming. And the eclipse was spectacular!

As we come to end of the semester, we want you to finish strong, and for those of you who graduating this spring and summer, we are so proud of you.


  • Getting ready for graduation? Make sure you apply to graduate for spring 2024.
  • Enrollment is open for fall 2024. Ensure your account is paid or in good standing to prevent any holds that could keep you from enrolling for fall.
  • The 2024-25 FAFSA form is available. Get updated information about changes to the FAFSA at

1) Take care of yourself and others.

  • Feeling overwhelmed? If it’s on your mind, it’s on Togetherall, a free, anonymous, peer support community. Learn more at
  • Mental health check! How are you doing? Explore how these MSU mental health resources can support you.

2) Engage in your academic experience.

3) Get involved outside the classroom.

4) Connect with important resources.

5) Billing and financial aid.

  • Log into SIS at to review any balance due — next billing statements arrive April 19 and are due May 9.
  • Review your account to ensure it is paid or in good-standing to prevent holds that could keep you from enrolling. Contact the Student Accounts Office with questions.
  • If you have not completed the 2024-25 FAFSA, you can do so now at
    • 2024-25 financial aid award packages are expected to be available in the student portal in early May.
    • For the latest FAFSA and award package updates, visit

6) And don’t forget!

Thanks for reading this far! Want a free Combo? The first 25 to enter will win! If you have any questions about anything related to MSU, please email

Please let us know if we can help in any way!


Vennie Gore
Senior Vice President for Student Life & Engagement

Mark Largent
Vice Provost & Dean of Undergraduate Education