Academic resources at Michigan State are very valuable to all students. The links below will provide information about available services and important dates and events to be aware of throughout the semester. A majority of these services are free of charge so it is to the students benefit to get connected and get extra help when needed.
The LRC is a free academic support center for all MSU students that provides course specific tutoring help; seminars in critical reading and math; workshops in test taking skills, note taking strategies, learning styles, general study skills and time management.
Undergraduate Writing Consultants (UWCs) provide writing support to undergraduates. UWCs assist peers with brainstorming, drafting, revising, and editing writing assignments for courses across many disciplines.
The Math Learning Center offers free expert help for all freshmen-level courses through Calculus III and Differential Equations, as well as limited assistance in higher-level classes.
The College of Social Science Help Rooms provide free and unlimited tutorial assistance in a variety of Social Science courses.
The Chemistry Help Room is located in the Chemistry building and provides academic support for a variety of Chemistry courses.
MSU libraries provide many resources to supplement student learning including special collections, technology services, research support, and more. The library is a great place to study or utilize one of their many "spaces" available for group projects.
The Schedule of Courses provides a comprehensive listing of all coursework being offered at MSU with times and locations. This is also the resource students use to enroll in their courses through the Schedule Builder function.
The Course Descriptions Catalog describes all undergraduate and graduate courses offered by MSU and lists prerequisite courses.
Important academic dates for each term, including start and end of term, final exam week, holidays, and other detailed important dates.
The MSU Ombudsperson assists students in resolving conflicts or disputes within the University. The office also helps staff members, instructors, and administrators sort through university rules and regulations that might apply to specific student issues and concerns.
The Office of the Registrar is an academic service unit, reporting to the Associate Provost for Academic Services. Core functions of the RO include: academic records and transcripts; certificates and diplomas; classroom and event scheduling; degree certification; enrollment and registration; grade collection and recording; fee classification; student athlete and veterans certification; transfer credit processing; and university curriculum.