Michigan State University’s diverse community challenges us to share our own ideas while considering other points of view. Here, differences are assets. They make us better learners, teachers, scholars, employees and community members.
Many resources are available to support MSU’s students:
The Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions constructs supportive social and educational communities that actively involve students in learning by bringing together individuals and groups from diverse racial, ethnic, international and domestic backgrounds.
The LBGT Resource Center leads and collaborates on university-wide initiatives that enhance campus climate and academic and support services for students who identify as lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender and/or transsexual and their communities.
The MSU Family Resource Center helps students and families balance work, educational and family responsibilities.