PREPARING YOUR STUDENT TO SUCCEED
Without doubt, this is one of the most exciting times in a student’s and family’s life. Our undergraduate affairs staff throughout the College is committed to student achievement, learning, graduation and, ultimately, preparation for life after college.
Academic Advising & Career Placement
Students utilizing the state-of-the-art facilities within Wells Hall.
Our study abroad programs give students the ability to compete in a global economy following graduation.
Becky Brewer, career consultant, talks about how she helps students prepare for life following graduation.
MSU awards a number of scholarships, many of which are made possible by alumni and friends of the university. Scholarship selection criteria vary. Academic performance, standardized test scores, class rank, and a student’s personal statement are often used to determine eligibility.
The MSU Office of Financial Aid provides several cost calculators to assist students in personalizing costs and financial aid estimates. Students and parents may also want to familiarize themselves with the Office of Financial Aid’s publication, Financing Your Education.
A degree from the College of Arts & Letters prepares students to find a career upon graduation. Read about some of our recent alums.
Sarah Aldrich, 2010
Aubrey Ling Hang, 2008
Studio Art & Art Education
Michael Hosler, 2010
Erika C. Moul, 2012
Danny Kish, 2011
Kirti P. Sarkar, 2009