International Undergraduate Admissions
What is a Freshman Student?
A freshman student is someone who has graduated from secondary school but has not yet attended a post-secondary school or university. If you plan to attend a college summer session immediately after graduating from high school or have completed college work while in high school, the University still considers you a freshman applicant.
If you have enrolled in a college or university after graduating from high school and taken more than 12 college-level credits of coursework, you must apply as a transfer student - continue reading below.
What is a Transfer Student?
A transfer student is one who started post-secondary studies in one college or university and then chooses to move to a different college or university. If you have completed 12 or more credits at the college or university level and now want to move to MSU, then you are considered as a transfer student.
To learn more about how you can transfer your credits to MSU, click here.
Forms for Undergraduate Applicants
- International Undergraduate Application
- Undergraduate Financial Certificate
- Health History Form
- Tuberculosis Screening Form
- Confirmation of Attendance Form
- Transfer Clearance Form