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MSU

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Kylie Crosland

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Transcript of MSU

Mississippi State is consistently
listed among Forbes
Magazine’s “Best College”
rankings...
...and offers the best return on investment of Mississippi Universities according to Wall Street Journal
History:
Enrollment Statistics show MSU as the largest university in the state.
The average freshman retention rate, an indicator of student satisfaction, is 83%.
Mississippi State's 1088 faculty made 2479 publications and presentations in 2012.
The student/faculty ratio is 19:1.
Academic Resources:
The Learning Center
The Math Lab
The Writing Center
The Career Center
Mitchell Memorial Library
Student Support Services
Day One Leadership Program
Living – Learning Communities
Early Start Program
Summer Developmental Program
Testing Services
Veterans Services
Study Abroad
There are more than 350 student organizations representing educational majors, religious groups, Greek affiliations and club sports.
45 Recreational groups including intermural sports
22 Religious Groups
15 Ethnic and International groups
9 Political
groups
5 Music Clubs and the Famous Maroon Band
36 Fraternities and Sororities
Baseball
Basketball (Men’s and Women’s)
Cross Country (Men’s and Women’s)
Football
Golf (Men’s and Women’s)
Soccer (Women’s)
Softball
Tennis (Men’s and Women’s)
Track & Field (Men’s and Women’s)
Volleyball (Women’s)
and 16 club sports
Joe Frank Sanderson Center
Longest Student Health Center
Student Counseling Center
Campus Shuttles
Other Campus Resources:
MSU offers 17 Residence Halls, mostly co-residential.
3 styles of housing are available including the Premium halls with state of the art amenities and private baths.
Many meal plan options and dining choices are available to suit your needs
Submit your:
Online application at www.apply.msstate.edu
$40 application fee
ACT or SAT scores
Your high school transcript
Transcripts from each college or university attended
and Proof of immunity to measles and rubella.
Annual Tuition and Fees
Undergraduate Students
Resident Non-Resident
Tuition $6,772 $16,960
Room $5,097 $5,097
Books $1,200 $1,200
Meals $3,550 $3,550
Personal $5,051 $5,051
Total $21,670 $31,858
Graduate Students
Resident Non-Resident
Tuition $6,772 $16,772
Room $7,646 $7,646
Books $1,200 $1,200
Meals $3,550 $3,550
Personal $5,104 $5,104
Total $24,272 $34,460
Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
72% of undergraduate students are receiving scholarships.
Scholarship Application Priority Dates:
Freshman Academic & Competitive Scholarships- December 1
Leadership & Service Scholarships - August 1
Community College Transfers - June 1
The shops, restaurants and events in the Cotton District and Downtown Starkville are within easy walking or biking distance to campus
Let’s plan your individual visit to show you all that
MSU
has to offer!
Contact me at the
Mississippi State Campus Visit Office in the Office of Admissions
Email:
kylie@msstate.edu
See you soon!
Mississippi State traditions:
The cowbell
Bully
Hail State
True Maroon
The Junction

American Indian/Alaskan Native
91
Asian
244
African American
3,995
Hispanic
372
Multiracial
223
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
16
White
13,878
Non-Resident Alien
756
Race/Ethnicity Unknown
235

The University began in 1878 as The Agricultural and Mechanical College of the State of Mississippi, one of the national Land-Grant Colleges established through the Morrill Act and dedicated to three broad purposes -learning, research, and service.
Mississippi State offers 160 academic degrees through its 9 colleges.
College of Agriculture And Life Sciences
College of Architecture, Art and Design
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Business
College of Education
James Worth Bagley College of Engineering
College of Forest Resources
College of Veterinary Medicine
Shackouls Honors College
Smaller class sizes
Priority registration
A Living-learning community
Distinction at graduation
The Shackouls Honors College offers a distinctive curriculum and a senior capstone experience with study abroad and research opportunities along with:
Full transcript