Given the current status of the novel coronavirus, nearly all undergraduate students who planned to live in residence halls this fall are continuing their education with MSU remotely. MSU has transitioned all undergraduate in-person or hybrid classes and some graduate classes to a remote format. Safety continues to be our top priority, and we are working hard to support an engaged and connected experience for all Spartans wherever they are.
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Broad academic advisers will be available for scheduled appointments that may be conducted via phone or Zoom. Students may also contact advisers via email (individual adviser email or firstname.lastname@example.org) and may call the office during designated “drop-in” advising times. For more information, please visit our Undergraduate Advising page.
Students will complete the Case Study online. Admission information sessions and the optional Experiential Profile Preparation session will be conducted via Zoom instead of being held in person.
See the Spring 2020 Admission Decision FAQs for details about how decisions will be made with respect to the optional S/NS grading and the impact of the current situation on individual students.
For complete information on the Broad College’s competitive admission process, please visit our Broad College Undergraduate Admissions page.
Although on-campus, in-person company events have been canceled, the Palmer Career Management Center has encouraged companies to conduct virtual interviews and webinars to replace on-campus activities. Many companies have opted to do this, especially due to their own organization’s travel restrictions and policies during this time. Students may continue to schedule career advising appointments with the Palmer Career Management Center for career search assistance; all appointments will be held virtually. Handshake, MSU’s recruiting platform, has live postings for full-time jobs and internships; students may continue to apply to positions via that site.
Please send an email to RBC@broad.msu.edu to schedule a call to get your questions answered and learn more about the Residential Business Community.
Absolutely. Sign up for a prospective tour and information session, held via Zoom meeting, by visiting our online info session interest form.
Students must be admitted to Michigan State University for Fall 2021 prior to applying to the Residential Business Community. The RBC application is currently closed. The RBC application will open November 15, 2020. Please visit our Residential Business Community page for information regarding admissions to RBC.
The RBC admissions application is currently being revised. The new application will be available November 15, 2020. The application will include two essays questions, a video response and an experiential profile. For complete information on the competitive admissions process to RBC which includes direct admission to the Broad College, please visit broad.msu.edu/rbc.
There are two options: RBC or Broad Advising Services
The RBC tutoring services will resume the week of March 16, 2020 in a virtual format. Tutors will be available through interactive Zoom sessions. A schedule will be sent to RBC first and second year students.
For the health and safety of our community, the Business College Complex is closed to the public for the Fall 2020 Semester. Broad College faculty and staff must pass the health screening survey prior to entering and must do so each day before entering.