Academic Programs Academic Programs is the listing of programs, policies and related information for all students at MSU. For the section specific to graduate education go to: https://reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/Text.aspx?Section=111
Graduate Students Rights and Responsibilities The GSRR specifically addresses student conduct, academic pursuits, keeping of records, and publications. It describes procedures for formulating regulations governing student conduct and for providing due process in the adjudication of student disciplinary cases. It also defines channels and procedures for student complaints and grievances.
Medical Student Rights and Responsibilities This MSRR contains guidelines to the rights and responsibilities of medical students in matters of conduct, academic pursuits, keeping of records, and employment. This document describes structures and procedures for adjudicating medical student disciplinary cases, and for channeling medical student complaints, grievances, or concerns to faculty, staff, and administrators for appropriate action.
Law Student Rights and Responsibilities This document and related documents (including the Academic Hearing Procedures for the MSU College of Law and the Code of Student Discipline) contain guidelines to the rights and responsibilities of law students in matters of conduct, professionalism and ethics, academic pursuits, keeping of records, and employment.
MSU Student Rights and Responsibilities This report (along with the GSSR document and the MSRR and LSRR documents) contains guidelines to the rights and duties of students in matters of conduct, academic pursuits, the keeping of records and publications.
General Student Regulations The GSR apply to all students regardless of class level, place of residence, or group affiliation as well as to all governing bodies, governing groups, living groups, and registered students organizations; their purpose is to secure the safety of members of the University community and University facilities, maintain order, and ensure the successful operation of the institution.
Integrity of Scholarship and Grades This statement of University policy addresses principles and procedures to be used in instances of academic dishonesty, violations of professional standards, and falsification of academic or admission records.
Withdrawal from the University If a graduate student is requesting a medical leave of absence for a semester, the department will need to complete a “withdrawal” form located on the Registrar’s Office website under forms. Once the form is completed, it goes to the Registrar’s Office.
Withdrawal for Medical Reasons also see Medical Withdrawal Committee Procedure
Transfer Authorization Form for MSU-COL Cources An MSU graduate student who wishes to take one or more MSU-COL courses must obtain permission to enroll in the course(s) from the Associate Dean at MSU-COL.