What can a Student Rights Advocate do to help me?
Student Rights Advocates are trained to interview, prepare and act as advisors for students during University judicial affairs. We can assist students who are both complainants or respondents in these affairs. They help students prepare their case, answer any questions about the structure of Michigan State University’s judicial system and review possible arguments. If you are unsure if a Student Rights Advocate can assist you, feel free to contact the Student Rights Advocates office. If we cannot assist you, we will direct you to the right office.
However, a Student Rights Advocates cannot dispense legal advice. Student Rights Advocates only provide assistance to those students involved in University disputes. For legal questions, contact Student Legal services at 517.353.3716