Articles tagged “Extraordinary Impact”
A donor-funded study abroad program expanded students' worldview and instilled in them the urge to give back to their Tanzanian host community.
In 1998, anonymous donors created a scholarship that has now given over $12 million to Spartans at MSU, changing lives in the process.
Max O'Connor, once a homeless high school student with big dreams, was able to come to Michigan State University with the help of scholarship support.
A Rivalry Week event created to honor the memory of an MSU student raises support for students at Michigan State and the University of Michigan.
The Atlantic magazine describes a Michigan community's efforts to send all its kids to college with the help of scholarship support. Every gift makes a difference in the life of a student.
“The definition of being a Spartan is giving.” – Acting Provost June Youatt
If you graduate from high school in Kalamazoo, you could attend Michigan State University for free.
Friday, March 30, was the 10th Annual Spring Scholarship Luncheon, hosted by the University Scholarships & Fellowships Development Office.
Doug Estry, Dean of Undergraduate Education, speaks on the importance of math and science education in enhancing the competitiveness of the United States.
This anonymous gift will serve as the basis for the Spartan Scholarship Challenge.