MNSU Student Resources


All departments, resources, and services offered at MNSU.


Academic/Tutoring

Accessibility Resources

  • Accommodations for students with disabilities/injuries/upcoming procedures.

Campus Hub

  • One-stop-shop for all MSU questions; specializing in financial aid and clerical support.

Career Development Center

  • Handshake, career-counseling, resume assistance, internship/job search aid, mock interviews, choosing a major, job fairs/events.

Center for Academic Success

  • Tutoring, writing aids, academic support, test taking strategies., etc.

Center for Global Engagement

  • Resources for students looking to study abroad or domestically.

Library

  • Research assistance, location of the Anatomy lab and Educational Resource Center, check-out equipment, group study spaces, individual study spaces, etc.

Math and Statistics Learning Center

  • Tutoring for math and statistics.

MAVPass

  • Upper-class, peer-led, tutoring sessions for various 100-200 level courses.

New Student and Family Programs

  • Orientation services.
  • First year transitional issues.
  • Accuplacer testing/course placement.

Registration and Academic Records

  • Academic procedures and policies, curriculum, degree conferment, student records, registration and transfer evaluations.

University Advising

  • Help with undecided advising, changing major, contact for students on Academic Warning/Probation.

Veteran’s Resource Center

  • Military veteran education benefits assistance, post-deployment transition issues, or a place to connect with other veterans.

Campus Involvement

Campus Recreation

  • Join an intramural sport, check out the indoor/outdoor equipment, go rock climbing, use rec facilities.

Community Engagement Office

  • Activity planning, community service, etc.

Fraternity and Sorority Life

  • MSU fraternities and sororities.

Recognized Student Organizations (RSO’s)

  • Create a student organization or join one of our 200+ established groups.

Residential Life

  • Roommate or adjustment issues.
  • Questions about housing or food service.

Student Government

  • Attorney, grade appeals, help resolve a student concern.

Student Activities

  • Ways to get involved on campus or learn what student organizations are available.
  • Locating off campus housing.
  • Finding a ride share.
  • Nontraditional or parenting resources and connections.

Counseling and Wellness

Counseling Center

  • Someone to talk to confidentially regarding personal, social, and educational concerns.
  • Alcohol screening assessment.
  • Services include short term counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, and referral.

Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX

  • Submit a Title IX complaint, which includes sexual assault, sexual harassment, stalking, and/or relationship violence.
  • Submit a complaint of discrimination and/or harassment based upon a protected class.
  • Discuss concerns regarding Title IX, discrimination, or harassment based upon a protected class.

Office of Student Conduct

  • ResLife conduct appeals, silent witness reports, confidential sexual violence reports.

Student Health Education

  • Relaxation station, health PRO’s, nutrition tips, Condom Connection, resources for events, etc.

Student Health Services

  • Medical care, prescriptions, lab tests, etc.

Fitness and Wellness

  • Opportunities to promote long-term healthy lifestyle behaviors through participation in group excercise classes, fitness assessments, personal training, excerise plans, special events, fitness certifications, and continuing education. 

Maverick Adventures

  • Innovative challenges and the use of adventure-based activities for leaderhsip developemnt and team building skills promoting positive growth and learning. 

Hiking in Mankato

  • Map of popular hiking spots in Mankato.

Violence Awareness & Response Program (VARP)

  • Confidential advocacy, programming and education for victims/survivors of relationship abuse and sexual violence.

Diversity and International Support

Center for Multicultural Equity and Access

  • Financial, academic, and social/environmental support to diverse students in all areas of MSU.

Kearney International Center

  • Problems with immigration status or application process.
  • Services specifically for international students.
  • Study abroad opportunities

LGBT Center

  • LGBT resources, events, peer panels, activity planning, etc.

Multicultural Center

  • Tutoring, mentoring, or counseling related to multicultural issues.
  • Resources for diverse students: academic advising, financial aid advising, peer tutoring, events, activities, cross cultural programs.

Women’s Center

  • Referrals to advocacy for sexual assault and harassment.
  • Information, referrals, and support on women’s issues.
  • Events/presentations.

Food Assistance

Campus Cupboard

  • Free food pantry for students.
  • Open Tuesdays from 11-3pm and Thursdays from 12-5:30pm.

Maverick Food Pantry

  • Provides perishable and non-perishable foods and toiletries to students in need.
  • Open Mondays and Wednesdays 8am-5pm, Tuesdays 5-7pm, and Fridays 8am-2pm.