645 N. Shaw Lane, Rm 402A
East Lansing, MI 48824
Enrollment in the Broad College of Business is limited, and admission to the Broad College is competitive. All applicants must comply with the Broad Policy Statement for undergraduate students. Admission is a two-step process: students must apply first to the Broad College, then to their intended Major.
Current MSU students who wish to appeal their Spring 2017 admission decision must complete the online appeal submission process by 5:00pm Thursday, June 1, 2017. Once you have submitted your appeal, please wait five business days before inquiring about the status of your appeal; most appeals are resolved within five business days.
Appeals based solely on the desire to be admitted to the Broad College, or based on missing the competitive cut-off for admission by minimal points, will not be considered. Additionally, late submission of transfer course completion documentation will not be considered a valid reason for appeal. Legitimate reasons for an appeal are limited to:
Appeal requests will be reviewed, and responded to in one of the following ways:
Information sessions are intended for current MSU students applying for admission to the Broad College of Business or a Broad Major this semester. All applicants are strongly encouraged to attend. Topics addressed include: Broad College/Major application process, academic and non-academic admission factors, resources for completing the Experiential Profile, Case Study tips, and explanation of the admission decision process.
Choose the session that fits your application process and schedule. No pre-registration is required. Bring your Spartan ID Card.
All students will be evaluated for admission under the “Sophomore Admission” process. The former “Junior Admission” process is no longer in use. Admission decisions are based on a hybrid model that considers academic and non-academic factors.
Information for students at other institutions who wish to transfer to MSU and earn a degree from the Broad College.