My Life at State

Welcome to MSU. I'm officially a senior and in my last year of college. If you want to know what it's like being a student, including the ups and downs of a real college girl, then welcome to My Life at State. These are my thoughts, experiences and life in college. What happens at MSU is here to see and experience with me. I've learned and grown so much and I'm sure I have so many more things to experience. Life isn’t always perfect but those experiences just make for a good story.
Thanks for stopping by.

College Major Stereotypes:

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Philosophy: 

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Art:

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Engineering:

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Chemistry:

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Psychology:

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Gender and Sexuality Studies:

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Social Work:

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Women’s Studies:

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Business:

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Linguistics:

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English:

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Computer Science and Engineering:

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Theater: 

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Physics:

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Mathematics: 

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Astronomy:

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Environmental Studies: 

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Biology:

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Anthropology:

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Sociology:

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International Studies:

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Choaked at Theater

could be worse lol

Typical college semester

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micalife:

Syllabus week:

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The rest of the semester:

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im in syllabus week right now and that gif is pretty accurate 

Hi! I was wondering if you knew anything about transitional housing?

Hi! 

Yes, I know a little bit about transitional housing. Though I haven’t been through it personally, I have talked to people who have been in it. Transitional housing is when MSU takes in such a large amount of students that they aren’t sure where there are open dorms left on campus. So for the first few weeks/month of school, there are three students living in a dorm ONLY until they find an open dorm for one of those people to live in. It can be very snug but it doesn’t last for long and some people become close to their roommates. I hope that helps a little bit. There is a lot more in-depth information here.

Enjoy the rest of summer!

Bad News

Hello everyone. I realize that I’ve been absent from this for about two weeks but I have some bad news. MSU has officially canceled the job for bloggers through the Residential and Hospitality Services. They are moving in new directions with their Spartan Connect website and so they no longer need us. This broke my heart when I first found out but everything happens for a reason. I will also say that I won’t be blogging as much, but I still plan on blogging maybe once a week. Hopefully I can continue doing so since I’ve been doing this for so long. Thank you everyone for sticking with me. I hope you continue to follow this blog and ask questions and talk. I’ll still be here to answer questions and do the best I can to calm you anxiety over college/MSU. 

hi i honestly hope i dont bother you with this but im just looking for all the help i can, i really want to go to study to msu but im an international student, so i was wondering if you had a little knowledge of how that application for that goes and stuff.

Hi! You’re not bothering me at all. I don’t really know much about the International Student application process because I’ve never been through it. However, I do know that MSU takes a good number of International Students. Make sure to read over their International Student site portion of the Admissions website. The have a ton of information that can help you.


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