Future Students

Welcome Spartans!

Are you an incoming freshman at MSU? A transfer student? Maybe you are nervous about having a disability while attending a large university? Not to worry –  the MSU Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD) is here to help you transition, adapt, and excel as you begin your exciting journey at Michigan State University.

RCPD is an internationally recognized department that strives to lead MSU in maximizing ability and opportunity for students with disabilities. Whether you are still considering becoming a Spartan, or have already been admitted to MSU, the RCPD website provides answers to many of your questions regarding disability services and programs, resources and accommodations.

During your time at MSU, RCPD will be here every step of the way with resources including specialists with whom you can meet one-on-one, assistive technologies, scholarships, and a community of peers, faculty, and staff who are determined to help you achieve a fulfilling college experience.

Please take a few minutes and explore our website, view the RCPD video tour, browse the Ability Blog, and contact us with any questions. RCPD combines an ability-based philosophy with staff dedication, renowned faculty, and loyal benefactors to change lives one student at a time. MSU is a community of leaders, change agents, and visionaries – welcome to this wonderful university and to the RCPD.

2013 graduates sway to the song MSU Shadows, the Alma Mater, at graduation!

As a future student, you may be interested in visiting the following pages:

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