Every year OISS has seen international students miss mail with important documents due to incorrect or lack of off campus addresses in their Stuinfo. To avoid that, here is a step by step tutorial to walk you through the process of updating your off campus address in Stuinfo in the right format. Note: If you … Continue reading Have you updated your off campus address in StuInfo correctly?
Chinese New Year, also called the Spring Festival is coming soon on Feb 8th, 2016 and this is the year of the Monkey! Dumpling making, Chinese New Year Temple Fair and Gala and more fun events are coming. Join us to celebrate with traditional cultural food, activities and more! We are also currently in the College … Continue reading Join Us to Celebrate 2016 Chinese Spring Festival at MSU
2015: An OISS Year in Review MSU and OISS brought a number of exciting and inspirational events to the year 2015. Spartans gathered together in times when unity mattered most because SPARTANS WILL stand together. The celebrations of MSU’s football team defeating U of M and Iowa were among the many important highlights of our … Continue reading OISS 2015 Year in Review
Dear International Students and Scholars at Michigan State University, My name is James Dorsett, and I am the Director of the Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) at MSU. I am writing on behalf of OISS to share with you some things we want you to know in light of the current state of … Continue reading A message from OISS Director, James Dorsett
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Audrey Beaumarchais is not your average college student. As a senior at Michigan State University, she is double majoring in International Relations (James Madison College) and Chinese with a minor in STEPPS (science technology environment and public policy). In addition to Audrey's busy academic schedule, she has a passion for dance. Her unique interests have sparked great experiences … Continue reading Student Expresses Herself Through Dance and Language
From finding a cure to breast cancer to exploring voter behavior, Michigan State University (MSU) research is being conducted not only by people in “white coats” or professors in labs. More often it is explored by the youngest members of campus life - undergraduates. Undergraduate Research at MSU offers opportunities to work collaboratively with faculty … Continue reading Undergraduate Research at MSU – Enhance your skills and build your portolio