Recommended teaching, learning, and student success resources
Thank you for helping our students achieve their goals; recommendations include:
Keep Teaching: recently updated to include a guide to in-person, hybrid, online, remote teaching - syllabus and instructional support, mental health and wellbeing, MSU core tools and accessibility and professional development opportunities, etc.
Keep Learning: recently updated to include in-person, hybrid, online, remote student success resources for students - academic advising, academic support, tutoring and mentoring, career planning, undergraduate research, online learning, and mental health and wellbeing resources, etc.
Quick Tip Student Success Series for Instructors: easy-to-make changes which positively impact student learning and success, including suggestions from students on how to build attention, strategies to diminish educator burnout, small changes that have BIG neural and learning impacts
Faculty One-Pagers on Difficult Dialogues in the Classroom (scroll to the bottom of the page): setting up an inclusive classroom, interrupting bias, dialogue basics, intercultural dialogue facilitation, strategies for managing hot moments in the classroom, microaggressions
Faculty and Staff Resources to Support Students Who May Be Experiencing Distress or Who May Have a Mental Illness: syllabus language, Behavioral Threat Assessment Team (BTAT), The Green Folder [who to contact, how to support students who are struggling], addressing student mental health concerns in online courses, Kognito for Faculty [online simulation tool that allows educators to practice having challenging conversations with students through role-play], counseling services for faculty and staff
Who Are Our Students? Our students reflect a diverse population; some of our students are members of historically underserved groups; all of our students matter and can learn, thrive and graduate
American Indian Community
Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi American (APIDA) Community
Black/African American Community
Latinx Initiatives Community
Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions (OCAT)
Students from migrant and seasonal farm working communities
First Generation Students
Students who were in foster or kinship care, have experienced homelessness, or are otherwise independent
Students with Disabilities
Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities: disability services and accommodations; programs; resources that support students, faculty, and staff to maximize ability and opportunity for full participation at MSU
Career Services Network: opportunities to customize class workshops and career education lesson plans aimed at integrating career development into your curricula or guide your students in career assessments as they explore majors and career paths
Student Affairs and Services: creates a multitude of opportunities for students on campus, in the community, and throughout our global society that support student success
COVID FAQs: vaccine mandate, face coverings, students, faculty and staff, general and conversation starters when talking with students who do not comply with mask expectations
Educators Empowering Student Success Committee (part of t...