What are Student Rights Advocates?
ASMSU’s Student Rights Advocates will advise you for any case in the University Judicial System, where a licensed lawyer is not allowed. Through ASMSU, graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to receive services from the Student Rights Advocates. This program offers assistance and advice to students as they work towards resolving various university disputes.
Student Rights Advocates are trained to interview, prepare, and act as counsel for students during University hearings for violations of ordinances and regulations. We help students prepare their case, answer any questions about the structure of Michigan State University judicial system and review possible arguments.
Note: Student Rights Advocates cannot dispense legal advice. Student Rights Advocates can only provide assistance to those students involved in University disputes.