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Office of Financial Aid

This website includes information about financial aid (including loans, grants & scholarships) for undergraduate and graduate students at Michigan State University.

Office of Admissions

This website includes information about admissions to undergraduate and graduate programs at Michigan State University.

MSU Alumni Association

The MSU Alumni Association is your network for life. Visit their website for information on services available to alumni and supporters.

Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities

The Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities is committed to leading Michigan State University in maximizing ability and opportunity for the full participation of persons with disabilities.

Undergraduate Education

The Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education

Giving to MSU

The Official Site for University Advancement

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7 Ways to Donate Real Estate

Think Twice Before You Put Out the "For Sale" Sign: Consider a Gift of Real Estate

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A Guide to Making Your Will

Direct Your Assets to the People and Causes You Care About Most

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Beneficiary Designations: the Three Easiest Ways to Leave Your Legacy

Make a Big Difference With Just a Little Effort

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Change Lives With Life Insurance

Gifts of Life Insurance: Three Ways to Turn Your Policy Into Support

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Estate Planning Starters

Where to Start When Organizing Your Estate: The Information You'll Need and How to Gather It

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How to Prepare to Meet With Your Attorney

Use Your Time Wisely: a Get-Started Guide to Seeking Sound Advice