Michigan State University is a leader in offering research options for academically talented students in every discipline. Check out the Research page for more information.
Honors College students have access to exclusive study abroad experiences. Check out the Global page for more information.
The Honors College offers a variety of scholarships for incoming students, as well as current MSU students. Check out the Scholarships page for more information.
One of the most important aspects of membership in the Honors College is becoming part of the Honors community at MSU, an opportunity to get to know other diverse, interesting, and engaging students from around the nation and world who share a commitment to academic excellence. Check out the Student Organizations page for more information.
Advising is an important aspect of the Honors College. Check out the Advising page for more information.
The National and International Fellowships and Scholarships (NIFS) Office, administered by the Honors College, helps interested undergraduate and graduate students to pursue major national and international opportunities by providing information and direct support throughout the competitive application processes.
Honors students have the option of living on an Honors floor or Honors suite in one of eight residence halls across campus: Bryan, Case, Holmes, Mason, McDonel, Snyder-Phillips, Yakeley-Gilchrist or Wilson. Check out the Honors Housing page for more information.
Michigan State University TRIO Student Support Services provides academic assistance, career counseling, personal advising, and academic support for first-generation college students, students who come from low-income backgrounds, and disabled students. These students may face unique challenges in college because of educational or economic circumstances.
The Honors College takes an active approach to ensure that the College closely mirrors Michigan State University’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. Check out the Diversity and Inclusion page for more information.
Honors College staff and faculty who have indicated they want to assist first generation college students. Check out the First Generation Advocate Directory page for a full list.