MSU Connect is a career networking and mentoring community for current students and MSU alumni. This site includes access to college hubs, interest groups and resources


Agriculture and Natural Resources

Several College of Agriculture and Natural Resources departments provide remote mentoring and coaching. Students should check with their designated academic advisor to learn about mentorship opportunities.


Arts and Letters

Citizen Scholars: Citizen Scholars are students in the College of Arts and Letters oriented toward achieving social justice, fostering an equitable, inclusive society, and contributing to positive social transformation. The program supports student success throughout their undergraduate experience at MSU, contact Stacia Rigney (


Broad College of Business

Wisdom Project connects business admit students taking a business communications course with a mentor through BroadConnect. contact: Amy Moon (;

Residential Business College (RBC) Peer Mentorship Program connects first-year students with upper class-students in the RBC and connects upper class peer mentors to RBC/Broad alumni

Hospitality Business Virtual Mentoring Program: Spartan Sponsors matches students with a hospitality alumni in their area of interest (hotels, clubs etc.). Email or call 517-353-9747


Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The Burgess Institute offers mentoring/coaching (both peer-to-peer and alumni) for both the Minor in Entrepreneurship & Innovation (open to all majors) as well as for students interested in Venture Creation and exploring business ideas. Contact Desireé Melfi Bozzo,, via



CoRe Peer Leaders are students who provide social/educational programming and mentoring around engineering to their peers


Honors College

Honors Navigators Peer Mentorship Program: Connects first-year students and eligible second-year students with a peer mentor in the Honors College

Green Teams: Students can meet HC staff, student leaders, and other incoming Honors College students who share similar academic interests. Contact Emileigh Stoll at


Lyman Briggs

Briggs Peer Mentoring program supports first year students as they transition from high school to college. Incoming Briggs students are assigned a mentor, a current Briggs student. contact:

Peer Advising Assistants (PAA) assist with one-on-one, drop-ins, and group advising; they help facilitate student success workshops zoom. Contact us for more assistance and more information at;


Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH)

RCAH Sister Circle Mentoring Program supports the holistic development of women of color undergraduates