We know each student’s college experience extends beyond coursework and a GPA to encompass valuable experiences and engagement outside the classroom, including leadership programs, research opportunities, internships, employment, service-learning and more.
MSU’s award-winning Student Success Initiative aims to increase graduation rates and close opportunity gaps for all students, including first-generation, low-income and historically underrepresented populations.
As part of our commitment to create a workplace environment in which staff and faculty thrive, MSU has made relationship violence and sexual misconduct (RVSM) resources and services available, and we continue to build on our growing strength in trauma-informed response.
MSU Extension has been a differentiating force for more than 100 years — a deeply integrated network helping to translate world-class research and apply life-changing knowledge, in real time, across Michigan.
The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB), opening in 2022 and funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, MSU and the state of Michigan, will be the preeminent user facility of its type in the world —driving discovery and developing the next generation of scientific leaders.
As we shape the engaged university of the 21st century, MSU has developed a coordinated Arts Strategy that recognizes the arts as vital paths to knowledge and embeds them in the university’s academic mission.
To accelerate progress toward the healthier future we envision, we must be entrepreneurial, adaptive and nimble, finding new ways to deliver education, conduct research and engage with communities and stakeholders across the globe.
MSU’s 5,300-acre campus is the ideal laboratory for building a greener future.
Michigan State has created diverse opportunities for alumni and friends to meaningfully engage with the university.
One of MSU’s strengths as a Big Ten research institution is offering undergraduates unmatched academic experiences, and our newest academic facility delivers on this promise as well as on our commitment to sustainable growth.
The Department of African American and African Studies (AAAS) in the College of Arts and Letters, established in 2019, exemplifies the university’s commitment to build strength in areas that advance equity, ethics and social justice.
Launched in 2016, the Diversity Research Network (DRN) connects faculty of color and diversity scholars to create scholarly communities and promote new interdisciplinary collaborations.