Students do so much more than attend classes and study at MSU. They are an integral part of MSU’s work force, from assisting with research, interning, making and serving food, providing guided campus tours and much more, all while balancing academics, clubs and other responsibilities.
Thank you student employees, for contributing your time and talents to the university! Your efforts aid in maintaining daily, ongoing operations and help advance the university in its future endeavors.
We would also like to congratulate all graduating MSU students. You might be leaving the university, but you’ll always be a Spartan. Good luck!
Spring flowers are in bloom just in time for Mother’s Day! You can stop and smell the roses on your way to one of these Mother’s Day events occurring in the Lansing area this Sunday, May 8. We’ve also picked out a few places you can purchase a last-minute gift!
May is Military Appreciation Month and this Saturday, May 7, 2016, the MSU Athletics Department would like to thank you for your service with free admission to the MSU/Nebraska baseball game. The game begins at 1:05 p.m. at McLane Stadium located behind Jenison Field House (223 Kalamazoo St.). Show your military I.D. at the ticket booth for your free ticket. To thank you for your service, each branch of the military will be recognized throughout the game! If you are in need of additional tickets or have any questions or concerns, please contact Megan Hall (email@example.com).
If you are a faculty or staff member who has not self-identified your veteran status, please do so by logging into EBS, selecting your “ESS” tab, then “Personal Information,” then “Veterans Status, Race, and Ethnicity.” Your information will be used for reporting or internal communication purposes only. Thank you for your service!