If you’re looking for the main resource center for student life, visit Student Services.
The Student Services building is the central location for many student resources on campus, including Career Services Network, the Student Life office, ASMSU (student government), Financial Aid, legal services, and counseling and therapy services. This is also the home of the resource centers for student veterans and LGBTQ+ students.
In addition, MSU has more than 900 registered student organizations and over 60 fraternities and sororities — so students have no problem finding a group of people with their shared passions and interests! Those interested in the student organizations should stop by the Student Life office.
The Career Services Network is one of the most powerful resources for preparing you for life after college. They offer resume help, mock interviews and career counseling. The network also hosts career fairs and connects students with Spartan alumni for mentorship opportunities.
Career Services offices are located here and offer resume help, career counseling and more to students living both on and off campus.