All Broad students are encouraged to get involved in a student organization, whether it is a Broad organization, or one of MSU’s many student organizations. Involvement in a student organization, and the leadership experience students can gain from that involvement, is an important part of the over-all college experience. Students take an active role in shaping important issues in the school and are given a voice on significant changes. Our student organizations provide additional opportunities to network, socialize, learn, and enhance your skills. When students are considered for internships, post-college employment, or even the Broad junior admissions process, evidence of leadership experience sets students apart from other applicants.
Students can get involved with major-specific organizations, honor societies, and groups affiliated with specific careers.
MSU’s over 550 registered student organizations cover a wide range of topics and interest areas, including but not limited to: academic, business, environmental, international, political, racial/ethnic, religious, women’s interests, and sports and leisure.