Enrollment and Registration
Online enrollment is available from 8 am to 8 pm EST. Monday through Friday and on weekends from 8 am Saturday until 8 pm Sunday EST (subject to availability).
Enrollment system is not available to returning undergraduate, Agricultural Technology, and Veterinary Technology students while Academic Orientation Program (AOP) is in progress. June 12 – July 24, 2017.
Summer 2017 enrollment begins on March 13. Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 enrollment begins on March 31.
Schedule of Courses
- search for courses, view textbook information, add courses to your schedule builder, and enroll directly from the schedule builder.
Schedule of Courses - Instructions
- information on the Schedule Builder, enrollment instructions, and course and section numbers.
Additional Enrollment Information
Before enrolling, see your advisor and plan a schedule. Be sure to plan a couple of alternate courses.
You must know your MSU NetID and password.
Activate your MSU NetID
MSU NetID Help and FAQs
If you wish to enroll in a course subject with enrollment restriction, contact the teaching department for assistance.
You can not access the enrollment system until your assigned day/time or after. You can check your appointment access on STUINFO.
Per the Hold Policy
, you will not be allowed to enroll until all holds are cleared. You can check
for holds in STUINFO.
In order to maximize your eligibility for high-demand courses, be sure to
enroll for Fall Semester before enrolling for Spring Semester. Fall credits raise your
projected class ranking for Spring.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH STUDENT TO BE AWARE OF AND UNDERSTAND
UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS AS PUBLISHED.
Academic Programs and Course Descriptions are the primary sources for University
regulations, policies, procedures, costs, and academic program requirements.
Links to other General Regulations:
MSU does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities in
admissions or in access to programs.
If you need help or have questions about enrollment, call the Registrar's Office during business hours 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., Monday - Friday: 517-355-3300.
Once you have enrolled for your classes, a registration bill will be created
according to the Fee Payment schedule. Bills are available electronically in STUINFO
only. An email will be sent to your university-provided email
address when the bill is accessible. Paper bills are no longer mailed.
Please note: ONLY ONE REGISTRATION BILL WILL BE PRODUCED FOR EACH STUDENT.
If you drop or add any classes after your registration bill is produced, you
will NOT receive a revised registration bill. You may either pay the amount on
your original bill, and wait for a subsequent monthly bill for the changes, or
you may call Student Accounts at 517-432-2251 or 517-355-3343 or
To FINALIZE Your Registration
- Clear any holds you may have.
- PAY at least the Minimum Amount Due.
- CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE in STUINFO ONLY if you have a zero minimum amount due and will not be
making an initial payment. (Attendance is automatically confirmed when a
payment is made.)
Failure to pay at least the minimum due may result in YOUR COURSES BEING
DROPPED. Unless otherwise indicated on your bill, you may pay by electronic
check, credit card, personal check, or money order. Credit card payments are
only accepted online thru STUINFO (subject to a convenience fee).
checks payable to Michigan State University and include your PID and your name
on the check or money order. Please do not pay mulitple registration bills with
one check or money order.
If you have questions or concerns about your
account, contact Student Accounts at 517-432-2251 or 517-355-3343 or
(1-800-775-4323) or visit the office at 140 Administration Building.
Late Enrollment Fees
- Continuing students who do not enroll prior to the initial enrollment deadline
will be charged a $50 late enrollment fee. Students who initially enroll after
the start of classes will be charged a $100 late enrollment fee until the
middle of the semester. Students initially enrolling after the middle of the
semester will be charged a $200 late enrollment fee.
Please visit the Controller's
Office Student Accounts and Cashier Services web site
Tuition and Housing Fees
Fee Payment Schedule
Deferred Payment Plan and Operational Policies
Mailing/Drop Off Payment Sites
Late Payment Charges
Bad Check Charges
Electronic Billing and Payments
If you have further questions or concerns, contact Student Accounts at
517-355-3343 (1-800-775-4323) or visit the office at 140 Administration.
Administrative Fee for Sponsored International Students
Organizations sponsoring international students will be charged a per semester administrative
fee for services and support rendered. The fee of $350 is assessed during the Fall and Spring
semesters for International Sponsored Students who are registered during those semesters. The fee
is not charged during Summer semester.
Enrolling and Registering as a Visitor
A person may be permitted to enroll in credit courses as a visitor on a
non-credit basis. Credit may not be earned in courses taken as a visitor except
by reenrollment for credit in the course and completion of the course with a
satisfactory grade. To be enrolled as a visitor, a student must enroll in the
same manner as for credit courses and pay the same tuition and fees as for a
Choice of enrollment in a credit course as a visitor on a non-credit basis must
be made by the fifth day of the semester of instruction and may not be
subsequently changed. Arrange visitor enrollment in 150 Administration
Building, or call 517-355-3300.
Students enrolled as visitors are expected to attend classes regularly. Those
so enrolled who do not attend regularly may be dropped from the classes at the
request of the instructor.
MSU ID Office
If there is a question on a student's right to an in-state fee classification,
it is the student's responsibility to discuss it with the Associate Registrar
for Enrollment and Registration (150 Administration Building,
432-3488) at least one month before registering.
Out-of-State Tuition Regulations for Michigan State University are listed in
the Academic Programs
section of the University catalog on the Web at www.reg.msu.edu
All doctoral students must register and pay for a minimum of 24 credits of
doctoral dissertation research. If a graduate student has previously registered
for the minimum number of credits required for master's thesis or doctoral
dissertation research, but has not completed the other requirements for the
degree and continues to study using University facilities and/or faculty
service to take examinations, complete the thesis or dissertation requirements,
etc., the student must enroll and pay for at least one credit hour and
Late Adds, Section Changes, and Drops
After the fifth day of the semester, students must process adds and section
changes at the teaching department and obtain approval from authorizing
officers as required. After the middle of the semester, late drops must be
initiated by the college Assistant Dean or UUD advisor. The last day for
dropping courses with no grade reported is the middle of the semester of
instruction. See the University Calendar.
All students using University services (faculty consultation included) must be
registered each semester. Minimum registration consists of one course, one
credit. A student enrolling for one or more credits is assessed the
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Regulations and Application
MSU Campus Map
MSU Library Distance Learning
Office of the Registrar
Student Health Services - Olin
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