Scholarships & Academic Resources

Scholarship is one of the core values of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Michigan State. Every chapter has different GPA requirements that their members must meet each semester. Additionally, nearly every chapter has programs to help assist their members in need of help with their schoolwork.    

Student Affairs & Services - Fraternity & Sorority Life Scholarships

To learn about other scholarships and funding opportunities available to MSU students, please visit the Student Affairs & Services Scholarships and MSU Scholarships website.

Mary Beth Knox Scholarship was established to keep Mary Beth’s (member of Alpha Chi Omega) memory alive by assisting fellow students, one member of a sorority and one member of a fraternity from the Fraternity & Sorority community, whose lives have been impacted by cancer. APPLICATION 
   
Morgan McGregor Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established in 2014. Priority shall be given to members of Pi Beta Phi Sorority; preference given to applicants pursuing a degree within the Eli Broad College of Business; if they’re no applicants from Pi Beta Phi Sorority, the scholarship becomes available to members of all Greek Councils. APPLICATION
   
Panhellenic Scholarship was created for women who hold membership in a Panhellenic Council affiliated sorority and exhibit leadership through participation of the chapter house and in the Fraternity & Sorority community. APPLICATION

Questions? Contact Lisa Vanwelsenaers in the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs and Services at 517-355-8286 or email vanwelse@msu.edu.

Academic Resources

Michigan State offers a plethera of resources, most of which are free, to help students achieve academic success.  Below is a list of some of the resources across campus. Students are also encouraged to meet with professors during office hours, and study regularly rather than cramming. 

Learn where you live! Every Michigan State Neighborhood is filled of different resources to help you succeed; including academic advising, math tutoring, help writing a paper, and even help rooms for popular classes. Find out what resources there are in your neighborhood on the neighborhoods website, neighborhoods.msu.edu.

You can also find one of the many library locations across campus at their website, lib.msu.edu. You can reserve a room for some quiet space or group study through the library's online reservation system.



Learning Resource Center – 202 Bessey Hall
*Courses and hours available online. Appointments are available. Walk-ins welcome.
lrc.msu.edu

Writing Center – 300 Bessey Hall
*Forums, Writing Topics, Facilitated Writing Groups, Workshops, and Paper Editing Tips.
*Online Appointment scheduler.
*9 on-campus locations, online consultation available
writing.msu.edu 

Department of Mathematics/Math Learning Center 
*Free tutoring for 1825, 100 and 200 level math courses.
*Limited help available for 300 level courses.
*NO appointment needed.
*6 locations across campus
math.msu.edu 

Department of Chemistry/Help Room – Rm. 81 and 83 Chemistry Bldg.
*Schedule posted outside of these rooms.
*Private Tutoring available. Courses, Schedules, and Fees available in 485 Chemistry.
chemistry.msu.edu 

Department of Statistics and Probability Help Room – A102 Wells Hall
*Schedule and hours available online.
*NO appointment needed.
stt.msu.edu 

College of Engineering Guided Learning Center – 1108 Engineering Bldg.
*Free Peer Tutoring. Request Forms available online
egr.msu.edu 

College of Business Multicultural Business Program – 416 Eppley Center
*Free Tutoring in business related courses.
*Sign-up is available online.
mbp.broad.msu.edu