Michigan State University

Michigan State University

About Michigan State University (MSU)

Michigan State University is a public university which was founded in 1855 and has approximately 19,600 acres of land throughout Michigan which are used for research and education on agricultural and natural resources.

The total population of the university is 50,340 with 43,695 full-time and 6,645 part-time students. The university is known to have one of the largest intramural sports programs in the nation.

Schools in Michigan State University (MSU)

School of Business and Economics

College of Arts and Sciences

School of Technology

College of Education

College of Law

College of Nursing

School of Criminal Justice

College of Arts and Letters

College of Human Medicine

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

College of Communication Arts and Science

Broad College

College of Engineering

The Graduate School

Honors College

James Madison College

Lyman Briggs College

College of Music

College of Natural Science

College of Osteopathic Medicine

Residential College in the Arts and Humanities

College of Social Sciences