Welcome Graduate Students
Whether you're pursuing a masters, doctoral or graduate professional degree, graduate school can be one of the most exciting, challenging, and rewarding experiences you undertake in your life. To help you navigate your way, the Office of Graduate Student Life and Wellness and this website act as a handbook to graduate student life and wellness at Michigan State University. Here you will find the tools, resources, and programs to not only help you succeed, but have a great experience overall.
GRAD FITNESS CLASSES SPRING 2017
Graduate Student Life and Wellness sponsors graduate students, professional graduate students, and post-docs to participate in the MSU Recreational Sports and Fitness Services Group Exercise classes.
Classes for Spring 2017 start January 17 and end April 28. Registrations open from December 13.
Graduate Student Life & Wellness is a collaborative effort to help support graduate students in their pursuit of their advanced degree and a well-balanced life. Click here to learn more.
The Institute exists to support and develop gradate students to become dynamic serving leaders, strategically influencing their academic communities while at Michigan State who will make an indelible impact in their disciplines and fields in their future endeavors. Click here to learn more.
Need a quiet place to study or relax? Want a free cup of coffee? Be sure to stop by the Graduate Student Lounge in the basement of Chittenden Hall. The lounge is open Monday through Friday 7:30am - 5:30pm, and it's a great spot for individual or group work. Click here to learn more.
Wellness is the integration of all dimensions of health - occupational, physical, social, intellectual, spiritual, and, emotional - and the awareness that all of these dimensions are interconnected. Click here to learn more.
The 700-plus registered student organizations offer fun and friendly social and educational experiences related to academics, business, environmental interests, international topics, politics, racial and ethnic issues, religious groups, women’s interests, sports and leisure, and more. Click here to learn more.