Final Exam Information and MSU’s SERU Survey

April 16, 2018


The Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey is an opportunity for undergraduate students to provide honest and confidential feedback on your undergraduate experience at MSU and the campus climate—what is important to you, what is working well, and what we can do better.

In the spirit of supporting Spartans, the Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education will donate $1000 to the MSU Food Bank every time the response rate of completed surveys hits a multiple of 10%, up to a total of $5,000.

Not only will survey responses help improve student experiences of others at MSU, MSU is awarding 100 free Dairy Store single scoop coupons to the Neighborhood Engagement Center and the College with the highest proportion of respondents.

Survey on!


Exam schedule

The Office of the Registrar states that “No student should be required to take more than two examinations during any one day of the final examination period.”  Students who have more than two examinations scheduled during one calendar day during the final examination period should contact their instructors in order to resolve the issue.  If the circumstance isn’t being resolved by your instructors, contact your advisor and we will direct you to the correct next step.  The same holds true for conflicting exam times.