Michigan State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (60)
Leaving for college was one of the best things I did in regards to relationships with my family. The after affects off a five-year program at a public university has been a nightmare financially. My number one suggestion for high school students thinking about college is to advocate for one's self. A counselor is a useful tool to find out as much information as you can about loans, scholarships, and grants. It is in ones advantage not to be afraid to apply for various financial resources. Also, find out if your parents or relatives are able to help you out in any way financially, and talk with a parent or both about the expectation of loans. Having a plan can help you identify classes to initiate your scholarly career without hesitation. An undecided major is suitable in your freshman and sophomore year as one is already enrolled in a beneficial post-secondary education. Identifying if you can take classes at a community college near your university is an affordable resource with credits that can transfer. Summer classes also assisted my curriculum schedule to lighten my load when I was deciding between two majors. Balance is key when working with numerous classes and different workloads. Making financial mistakes of will occur while attending college and I regret not being more involved in the process of my financial situation that would precede graduation.
I had a wonderful experience, with caring but intellectually tough professors and a supportive grad student culture.
Great classes, insightful teachers, clean and safe campus, nice town
Highly recommend getting involved, joining clubs, attending sporting events,etc. It can be a bit overwhelming based on the size of campus and not knowing many people. Lots of opportunities to get out an meet people.
Michigan State was a wonderful school and community. Those were some of the best years of my life and I wouldn't trade my time there or the education I received for anything.
Being a large university, and a Big 10 school there are so many different opportunities available from student clubs to majors/minors, and research projects that everyone can find their own niche here. Everywhere I go across the country and even abroad I always run into fellow Spartans, so there are extensive networking possibilities everywhere.
Greatest experience of my life.
Michigan State is a wonderful place to receive a higher education. There is a wide range and variety of majors. Studying at Michigan State provides you with many opportunities to obtain an education in unique ways, such as the wonderful study abroad program. The student population is large, which can result in large class sizes, which has both its pluses and minuses. Some of the best years of my life have been spent at MSU.
MSU Broad College of Business has an EXCELLENT career services team that have great success in connecting students with a job immediately after graduation. At times classes can feel too large and you become a bit of a number, but the experience MSU has to offer is worth the large school challenge.
I absolutely love Michigan State. I have found that all of the teachers really care about your learning and success. The students are also very open and welcoming. I found that they offer lots of different degree programs, majors, minors, dual majors, etc. The advisers are helpful and very flexible-they will meet with you or take emails any time during the week. Their guidance has helped me succeed. The clubs that State has are exceptional and the philanthropy that the frats and sororities participate in are very helpful to the community. All and all Michigan State University is the best university in MI, maybe even the whole United States. And they have an exceptional football team! Go Green! Go White! Go Spartans!!