Articles tagged “Need for Support”
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.
William "Bill" Beachler, creator of the Pride Scholarship at MSU, passed away on January 11.
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.
A recent report highlights non-traditional students' success in the state of Michigan when compared to students from other states. Few scholarships exist to specifically help this student population.
Our annual scholarship luncheon was held on September 26 (Homecoming Weekend) this year. View photos and video from the event, which was held to celebrate student scholarship recipients & donors.
The Spartan Advocate program is one way you can help support MSU by communicating the importance of supporting MSU and higher education to others. Read to learn more and get involved!
“The definition of being a Spartan is giving.” – Acting Provost June Youatt
Today’s edition of The State News features a cover story about students’ spending decisions that are forced by these economic times.
Today’s edition of The State News features a cover story on the MSU student food bank and the increase in students utilizing the program.
If you graduate from high school in Kalamazoo, you could attend Michigan State University for free.