Thank you for your interest in the Eli Broad College of Business! Whether you’re a high school senior interested in business education, an admitted Michigan State student or a transfer student looking to come to MSU, we have options for you to learn more about Broad.
The Broad College of Business invites prospective freshman, transfer, and families to attend a Prospective Undergraduate Information session. Information sessions and tours are available on select Fridays at 3:45 PM during fall and spring semesters. During the session, you will gain a complete explanation of Broad majors, College and Major admission process, academic curriculum, student life, education abroad, and Broad services. Following the presentation, a tour of the Business College Complex- Pavilion is available. To attend an information session prior registration is required. To register for a session visit the registration page.
Prospective admitted students who have not yet enrolled in MSU courses should also plan to attend a Prospective Undergraduate Information Session, as individual advising appointments are reserved for enrolled students.
Unable to attend a session? Explore Broad online. For a detailed look at Broad undergraduate programs, visit the Undergraduate Academic Services website. Information on graduate programs, executive education, research, and more, is available on the Broad College homepage.
NOTE: Sessions are not available in the summer (May – August). Please consider registering for an Office of Admissions program to learn more about MSU during the summer months.
At Broad, you benefit from a top-ranked faculty, diverse educational experiences, and opportunities to focus on your particular interests.
Interested in learning more about the Residential Business Community (RBC)?
Students interested in exploring hospitality business should visit The School of Hospitality Business.
Prospective transfer students who would like to meet with a Broad College representative have the following options:
Visit Transfer Student Admissions for information specific to prospective transfer students, including a printable transfer guide (includes course suggestions for schedule planning).
Students and families interested in visiting campus and learning about all that MSU has to offer should plan to attend an Office of Admissions program. Programs are available for both admitted students and prospective students (freshmen and transfer students), and range in length from a few hours to an overnight stay. Prior registration is required.
If you have questions or would like to request a copy of our prospective student packet, please feel free to contact us.