How do I schedule an advising appointment at MSU?

To schedule an academic advising appointment, visit

How do I schedule an advising appointment at MSU?

To schedule an academic advising appointment, visit

  1. Log in using your NetID and password.
  2. Select Academic Progress.
  3. Select the Advising/Tutoring Appointments tile.
  4. Select Schedule an Appointment.
  5. Under Category, use the pull-down menu to select Advising.

How do I find my MSU advisor?

Login at, click on “Get Advising” and choose “Lyman Briggs Advising” from the drop-down menus and click ‘Next.” You can then choose a time that works in your schedule. Academic Advisors post appointments Monday through Friday from 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-4:00pm.

What is NSO advising MSU?

During your registered NSO date(s), you will be meeting with your Academic Advisor to discuss your 2020-2021 academic schedule and enroll for your courses. Both a Major advisor and HC advisor will send you information directly regarding your advising date and time during NSO.

How do I get into Lyman Briggs?

To apply, select Lyman Briggs as your major on your Michigan State University application. Your application will be reviewed and processed by the MSU Office of Admissions. If you’ve already applied to MSU and are interested in Lyman Briggs, log into your Student Account and change your intended major to Lyman Briggs.

Are Advisors MSU?

Our advisors are Lisa Henry and Marcus Martin. Advising appointments are scheduled online and are generally 30 minutes. To schedule an appointment: Login to

How do I add a minor to MSU?

Minors must be approved and/or changed via the academic governance system using the Request for a New Academic Program or Request for Changes in an Academic Program form. Each unit responsible for any course proposed in the minor must be given the opportunity to approve or not approve that inclusion in the minor.

How do I commit to Michigan State University?

Next steps for admitted freshmen

  1. Reserve your place.
  2. Send final transcripts.
  3. Prepare to enroll.
  4. Attend orientation.
  5. Submit deposit.

Can I transfer into Lyman Briggs?

All students in good academic standing in Lyman Briggs College may transfer at any time to other programs at Michigan State University for which they are eligible, in order to accommodate changing academic needs and interests.

What is the Lyman Briggs program at MSU?

Lyman Briggs College is an undergraduate, residential college with 39 majors, offering students a solid foundation in biological, physical, mathematical and computational sciences while also exploring the impact of science in society.

How do I double major at MSU?

The second or any subsequent degree requires 30 additional credits. o If two undergraduate degrees are not granted during the same semester, the first conferred degree requires the minimum of 120 credits (or the minimum required credits for the degree) and the second or any subsequent degree requires 30 additional …

Do you have to have a minor at MSU?

A common but not required thing to do as an undergraduate student is adding a minor to your studies.

What majors are at Lyman Briggs?


  • Animal science.
  • Biology.
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology.
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology/biotechnology.
  • Biomedical laboratory science.
  • Entomology.
  • Food science.
  • Genomics and molecular genetics.

Is a triple major possible?

You’ll Have to Take More Classes Pursuing a triple major in college will probably mean taking more classes than a peer working toward only one major. The exact number depends on how and if any of your major requirements overlap. You should speak with your academic advisor to learn more about what to expect.

Does two majors mean 2 degrees?

Students who double major earn one degree in two academic disciplines. The credit total typically remains the same as for a single-topic degree (at least 120 credits for a bachelor’s), and students who plan their studies carefully may not need to spend additional time in school to complete a double major.

Are minors worth it?

In general, a minor doesn’t make a degree more attractive to employers, but some majors benefit from a carefully selected minor. For example, a degree in law or social work with a minor in Spanish shows that you’re particularly suited to work in Hispanic communities.