The MSU Office of International Programs (OIP) works individually with students to help find a program that fits best with their major, interests, and goals for studying abroad.
Through the Study Abroad Resource Center, students and faculty can obtain professional study abroad advising services. The Resource Center has extensive information on MSU-Sponsored and non-MSU sponsored study abroad programs, work abroad opportunities, overseas internships, scholarship information, and general travel information. These reference materials include videos, books, maps, Culture Grams, course catalogs, and brochures from universities and other organizations around the world. In addition, students can look at photo albums and evaluations from past study abroad participants and use one of our computers for Internet research.
The Study Abroad Resource Center, located in 401 Culbertson Hall, is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm. The Resource Center is open to current students, prospective students, faculty, and parents interested in finding out about the fantastic international opportunities available.