Michigan State University

What’s loud, proud, and over 150 years old? If you guess Michigan State University, well… good job reading the image above this line. Learn more about MSU below on this week’s College Compass… say it all together now… Campus Profile!

NAME: Michigan State University.

SCHOOLS:  James Madison College,  Lyman Briggs College, Residential College in Arts & Humanities, Michigan State University College of Law, Eli Broad College of Business,  Eugene C. Eppley Center for Graduate Studies in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management,  Michigan State University College of Nursing,  MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, College of Human Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, College of Education at Michigan State University, MSU Honors College and The College of Engineering.

MEDIAN SAT SCORE: 1490-1880.


CAMPUS: 5200 acres.

NUMBER OF FRIENDS YOU CAN MAKE: total undergraduate enrollment of 36,489.

WHERE YOU WILL LIVE: Michigan State University is a powerhouse institution located in the college town of East Lansing. Downtown, students can choose from dining and nightlife options, and the city is also home to the Great Lakes Folk Festival. Lake Michigan and its beaches are a short trip away, as is the state capital of Lansing. The Michigan State Spartans compete in the NCAA Division I Big Ten Conference, supported by award-winning mascot Sparty. There are more than 600 student clubs and organizations, including more than 55 fraternities and sororities. Members of the Greek community are active in the local community through events like Safe Halloween, an annual carnival for children in East Lansing. All students can get involved in service-learning and volunteer projects throughout East Lansing like Fill the Bus, an annual campaign to stuff a Spartan-green school bus full of food and school supplies for underprivileged children.

COST: $11,434 in-state, $27,832 out-of-state.

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