At Michigan State University, choosing your path—and following it—is an epic adventure.
One of the world’s top 100 universities and one of the 10 largest public university campuses in the nation, MSU is a place where practically anything is possible.
Students at Michigan State University have an array of resources to enhance their college experience. There are more than 500 student organizations and many on-campus events and activities throughout the year.
MSU’s diverse community of students have numerous programs and services available to them, and many Spartans choose to become involved with service learning opportunities giving back to their community.
Students in the Department of Art, Art History and Design also have an amazing opportunity to be involved with the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum. The Broad is a contemporary museum devoted to the art of our time. Expressly dedicated to exploring contemporary culture and ideas through the probing gaze of artists, The Broad is a place where artists’ ideas, words, and actions create a vibrant center for questioning and understanding the modern world.
Dedicated to experimentation and study, The Broad is a laboratory for the new, grounded in a deep appreciation for the historical. With a historic collection containing objects from the Greek and Roman periods, through the Renaissance, and on to the Modern, The Broad is unique among contemporary art museums in its ability to frame the broad range of contemporary art practices within a firm historical context.