Retirements are always a bittersweet time and the retirement of Dean of Students Mike Jungers is no exception. Dean Jungers has been a fixture at MSU for 39 years working in many different areas of the university. Everyone that has crossed paths with Dean Jungers is touched by his kindness, humor, sensitivity and love of our students. Dean Jungers officially retires on June 1st … [Read more...] about Mike Jungers – A Legacy of Commitment to Student Success
Get together with friends you have made across campus, whether that be in your residence halls or maybe in the classroom, and make an intramural team. This is a great way to be involved on campus and get to know other students across our campus. Even better, it is a way to have fun, get good exercise and get away from classwork for a while! Our recreation center offers many … [Read more...] about Justin’s Bucket List for Students – Intramurals
As your student starts the second semester of classes, the subject of "where to live next year" comes up in conversation. As you talk with your student about options, keep in mind the top 10 reasons your student should continue to live in the MSU residence halls: For over 15 years, students living on-campus have a higher GPA than students living off-campus. The … [Read more...] about Top Ten Reasons Students Should Live on Campus After their Freshman Year
Imagine this... your student has worked hard all semester. Then, two days before finals, he/she starts to ache, cough, and feel miserably tired. Soon a fever of 101 degrees develops. Their illness lasts 5 days! This is not a formula for a successful finals week. Why risk 16 weeks of study and hard work just because your student didn’t take 20 minutes to get a flu … [Read more...] about Why risk sixteen weeks of study?