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Students getting class information at local advising center

The University Academic Advising Center

The University Academic Advising Center advises students who are undecided about their major. Students that are classified as Undeclared can seek advice and assistance about the wide variety of academic majors offered at MSU.


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Career Center

The Career Center specializes in preparation and opportunity. They offer career planning services, professional career counselors, resume reviews, and mock interview sessions to prepare students for their future. The dozens of career fairs, on-campus interviews, and 700+ employer visits give students the opportunity succeed.


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Co-Ops & Internships

Co-Ops & Internships help students gain practical work experience in their industry before graduation. These experiences help to set students apart from other candidates in the job market, provide valuable networking opportunities, help students earn money during college, and boost full-time salary upon graduation.


Pre-Medical Advising Office

Pre-Medical Advising Office

The Dr. A. Randle & Marilyn W. White Pre-Medical Advising Office offers resources for students interested in pursuing a career in a health care profession. This office is a centralized and knowledgeable source of information for students interested in learning how to gain entry to health professional schools like medical school.


Students getting help at The Learning Center

The Learning Center

The Learning Center helps students improve their academic performance through both credit courses, such as Study Skills and Speed Reading, and non-credit services, such as free tutoring in most major subjects for Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Equipment checkout, individualized study skills sessions, and computer labs are also available.


Student Advising

Office of Student Success

The Center for Student Success promotes student learning and an enriched MSU student experience by providing services, programs, and resources.


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Mitchell Memorial Library

The Mitchell Memorial Library houses over 2 million volumes in printed publications and provides numerous facilities and services for students such as study rooms, presentation rooms, an Instructional Media Center, reference specialists, research guides, access to special collections, and much more.


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The Phil Hardin Foundation Library

The Phil Hardin Foundation Library is the Meridian Campus branch of the Mississippi State University library. It provides a local resource for print and electronic materials, reference assistance, as well as meeting and study space.


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The Writing Center

The Writing Center provides coaching at all stages of the writing process in several convenient locations around campus. Students can visit for help understanding their assignments, to receive feedback on their current drafts, and to learn how to edit their own work. The Writing Center is dedicated to helping students develop as writers.


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Pathfinders help freshman succeed during their transition to college life. They provide academic assistance program information, resources, services, and even monitor freshman class attendance. Regular class attendance is a major factor in determining the academic success of freshmen, so Pathfinders help students stay on the right path to success.


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Student Support Services

Student Support Services houses the TRIO Program and Disability Support Services. The TRIO Program provides supportive services for low income and first generation students. Disability Support Services provides assistance, support, and accommodations for students with disabilities.


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Registrar's Office

The Registrar’s office provides information about admission, registration, withdrawal, academic calendars, exam and class schedules, holds, transcripts, and much more.


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The Math Domain

The Math Domain is a free tutoring service to help students succeed! Faculty and graduate teaching assistants provide tutoring and help with online homework for Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Business Calculus, and Introduction to Statistics.


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Instructional Media Center

The IMC, located in the Mitchell Memorial Library, is a valuable resource for MSU Students. The IMC lends laptops, iPads, cameras and other equipment to students and provides high-quality printing services right on campus. The IMC staff helps students design and create projects and presentations and even provides one-on-one software training.