Counseling Professionally trained counselors can help students with personal problems or unexpected situations which can affect their academic success and personal well-being. The Student Support Services counselors also assist students in exploring interests, aptitudes, and skills, so they can make informed choices when selecting majors or career paths.

Tutoring Peer tutors who are fellow students can provide free individualized assistance in a wide variety of disciplines. Tutors can assist in understanding concepts, recommending study techniques, checking comprehension, and providing encouragement.

Study Skills Knowing how to study and manage time are essential for success in college. Student Support Services staff can help you identify skill deficiencies and provide study skills instruction.

Walk-in Lab Program participants have the privilege of using computers reserved for their use. State-of-the-art computers, Internet access, and a wide range of software options are all available to SSS students in the Lab. Type a paper, do some research, study, or simply mingle with other SSS students.

Cultural Enrichment We offer cultural activities and free social events throughout the year to enhance the students’ experience and awareness of the cultural richness in the region. These activities are designed to bring students and the general campus community together informally.

Additional resources for students:
MSU-Northern Financial Aid Office