Student Life engages MSU students in active learning, leadership development and enhancing their education for their success. Fall Welcome and Spring Welcome events are organized by
Student Life to promote academic, cultural, recreational, and personal programs that help ease students’ transition to the university.
Student Life also offers programs throughout the year to help students find opportunities to be engaged and grow while at MSU. Except when noted, Student Life programs are located in the Student Life Center, 101 Student Services Building. For more information, call 1-517-355-8286 (TTY 355-2217) or visit studentlife.msu.edu.
FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE. Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL) staff serves as liaisons between the university and the collegiate chapters, parents, alumni/ae and (inter)national organizations to provide educational programs, services and resources to support the ideals of Greek Life. The work of the staff and student members of FSL provides experiences that merge nearly every segment of the MSU campus community into one cohesive program, promoting self-governance, leadership development, academic achievement, community service and friendship. Staff assist the four major governing boards individually responsible for managing and providing services to their member organizations.
OFF-CAMPUS listing service. An off-campus housing listing Service, endorsed by MSU, is available to assist students with locating apartments, houses and roommates based on personal preference and budget. The search begins at offcampushousing.msu.edu.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT and STUDENT ORGANIZATION ADVISING. Staff members assist student government leaders by advising, consulting, and serving as a resource on university policies and procedures. Staff also register over 800 student organizations, as well as the programs and events sponsored by these groups, and provide consultation to enhance student group development. Leadership training and development programs help those in student government and other organizations increase their effectiveness as leaders.