Please visit our dedicated page to view frequently asked questions for current and prospective Broad students/parents regarding the impact of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Broad College academic advisors are coordinators of your undergraduate experience. We provide critical information about academic programs and degree requirements, education abroad, leadership development, major choices, career options, policies and procedures, and campus resources.
The following services are for students currently pursuing or interested in pursuing all Broad majors except hospitality business. Students currently pursuing or interested in pursuing hospitality business have access to customized hospitality business advising services.
UAS is committed to assisting you remotely through these uncertain times. ALL UAS services are offered virtually – email, phone, text, and Zoom meetings.
There will be no call-in advising April 22 – 23, 2021.
Call-in advising is available by phone, April 26 – June 4, at the times listed below.
Contact our office at 517-355-7605 to be added to the call-in queue on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you do not answer when the advisor returns your call, the advisor will move on to the next student in the queue and you will need to call back at 517-355-7605 to be added back to the queue.
To best support student advising demands during annual enrollment, only call-in advising will be offered from March 29 – April 23.
These are individual appointments for students to ask questions, plan schedules, discuss academic concerns and make sure they are on track for graduation. To make the most of your advising appointment, please prepare for your academic advising appointment. Students must make appointments online in advance and are required to cancel in advance through the scheduling system if they cannot attend a scheduled appointment.
Students are strongly encouraged to participate in academic advising interactions independently. However, if a student wishes to include another person in the advising appointment, a Release of Information Authorization must be completed and sent to the advisor (via MSU email) prior to the appointment.
For in-depth instructions on how to schedule an appointment, visit the SIS Help page.
Appointments are released Wednesdays for the following week.
Students have access to Zoom through MSU’s technology platform. Go to http://msu.zoom.us to log in with your MSU NetID and password.
The following forms must be completed by designated advisors in UAS: Curricular Practical Training (CPT) and I-20 Extension.
Dual Enrollment, Optional Practical Training (OPT) and Reduced Course Load (RCL) forms can be completed by any advisor from the Undergraduate Academic Services (UAS) office in the Broad College of Business. Dual Enrollment and RCL forms can be completed via email; OPT forms must be completed via MyOISS.
Forms should be sent to Dwight Handspike (email@example.com) and Melanie Wallace (firstname.lastname@example.org) via MSU email. Please include BOTH Dwight and Melanie in the same message, and include all necessary forms and documentation.
You must complete the student sections on the form prior to sending it to Dwight and Melanie.
Students are not assigned a specific advisor. You can see any academic advisor listed below–the advisors work with students in all Broad majors and minors, except hospitality business.
Advisors facilitate freshman seminars, advise student organizations, administer the college/major admission process, coordinate special programs and events, serve as a reference if we know you well, certify your graduation and work with university administrators on your behalf. We look forward to serving you and getting to know you during your college career!
Students who are unable to enroll in courses due to certain restrictions or because the class is currently full may request an enrollment system override in order to enroll.
Broad Undergraduate Academic Services (UAS) advisors cannot grant overrides. Students must fill out the online request form (for Broad courses) or follow departmental procedures (for courses outside Broad).Learn More
Information for Broad majors and non-Broad majors on the policies regarding changing into and out of majors.Learn More
Reach your maximum academic potential while utilizing the academic support offered by Michigan State and the Eli Broad College of Business. We offer a host of free support services—individual and group peer tutoring, and academic skills workshops—as well as space to gather and study with peers.Learn More
Currently enrolled MSU students may submit business-subject courses for evaluation by Broad College faculty reviewers by submitting the Transfer Course Evaluation Request Form online. Read the Transfer Course Policy and Request Process for a complete explanation of the Broad College transfer course policy.Learn More
Coursework for direct enroll and exchange programs must be evaluated and approved prior to program departure. Please submit Education Abroad syllabi for evaluation using the Broad Education Abroad Course Request Form online.Learn More