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- Advocacy Scholars Program
For students interested in focusing on solving social problems through government and social policy change.
- Phi Alpha National Social Work Honors Society
This link will open a new window/tab to the MSU Phi Alpha Honors Society website.
- Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities
This link will open a new window/tab to the RCPD website for information about their programs and services. The RCPD
is committed to lead Michigan State University in maximizing ability and opportunity for full participation by persons with disabilities.
- Office of the Registrar
This link will open a new window/tab to the MSU Registrar's Office. Their core functions include academic records and transcripts; certificates and diplomas, classroom and event scheduling, degree certification, enrollment and registration, grade collection and recording, fee classification, student athlete and veterans certification, transfer credit processin, and university curriculum.
- Academic Calendar
This link will open a new window/tab to the main MSU Adacemic Calendar.
- Financial Resources
This is a page in the School's website that lists a number of programs to help financially support social work students.
- Tuition Calculator
This link will open a new window/tab to the MSU Officer of the Controller's calculator for tuition, fees, and housing.
- Graduate Student Travel Funding Criteria & Requests
Funds from The Graduate School are available for graduate students to travel to present their research at professional conferences. These funds are not available to support thesis/dissertation research projects or course work. This funding is only for graduate students pursuing a degree program. Requests for funding to travel to international meetings will be considered jointly by The Graduate School and the Office of International Studies and Programs (ISP), therefore, you need to submit only one form for consideration by both offices. Requests are limited to $400. Usually only one request per student will be considered during his/her degree program. Unlike graduate assistantships, these fellowships do not provide student health insurance or tuition/fee waivers.