Novel coronavirus admissions updates
Michigan State University is looking forward to a more typical fall semester, with 85% of undergraduate classes having an in-person component.
- Classes will be offered in multiple scenarios — in person, hybrid and some still online, especially those that would traditionally fill large lecture halls.
- We will offer a residence hall experience to first-year students and as many other students as possible while still providing a safe living space.
- MSU Athletics is planning for fall events with spectators again, although we’ll be following state requirements and guidelines that will be in place at that time regarding attendance.
- The Wharton Center and Broad Art Museum are planning events this fall.
- Community-based activities will be permitted in alignment with local and state requirements and guidelines.
While most in-person events have been canceled due to the novel coronavirus, MSU is now offering in-person campus visits that include a short presentation for prospective first-year students followed by a guided walking tour. For the safety of our guests and tour guides, all campus visitors must follow the campus visitor guidelines. In addition to in-person campus visits, we also offer virtual event options for prospective freshman and transfer students. You can explore these options and more on our visit page.