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 Legal Services is a student government sponsored program that provides FREE legal services for all eligible Michigan State University students through a private law firm consisting of attorneys, legal interns, and support staff. Our office provides students with advice and representation regarding a wide range of legal issues including criminal misdemeanors, civil infractions, landlord-tenant matters, traffic offenses, and much more.
Safe Ride is a service provided to members of the Michigan State University community as a safe and free alternative to walking alone after dark. University Safe Ride programs are proven to reduce assault-related dangers and drunk driving both on and off campus.
A blue book exam is a type of test administered at many post-secondary schools in the United States. Blue book exams typically include one or more essays or short-answer questions. Sometimes the instructor will provide students with a list of possible essay topics and will then choose one or let the student choose from two or more topics that appear on the test.
If you need a blue book, you’re in luck! We provide free blue books to MSU students. Click below to find out more.
Each semester, ASMSU rents out over 1,000 iClickers for tax-paying MSU students, completely free, no deposit required. A validSTUDENT ID is required. Go to the ASMSU Business Office (307 Student Services) to check out an iClicker (iClicker, iClicker + and iClicker 2 are available). At the end of the semester, simply return it. You can call (517-355-8266) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) our office to check on availability.
$300 interest free loans. Come to the ASMSU Business Office (307 Student Services) for a completely, no questions asked, interest-free loan up to $300 per semester. First six weeks of each semester, out the door.
If you’re interested in Test Prep Courses for graduate school exams you should check out the ASMSU Test Prep program! We offer unheard of discounts through The Princeton Review to make sure our Spartans have access to the best academic resources possible.
Ever notice those green newspaper bins across campus? Those are a part of the ASMSU Readership Program, which provides free newspapers including the New York Times, USA Today, Detroit Free Press and Lansing State Journal to all undergraduate students.
In a world where education and career opportunities are more competitive than ever, the need for you to obtain broader perspectives on a variety of global issues and business topics is a necessity. To fulfill this need, ASMSU and Michigan State University have joined The Wall Street Journal in a collaboration that will provide students, staff, and faculty full access to the Journal for FREE.