Faculty and students in the College of Arts and Letters are committed to enriching the life of the campus and the community and furthering the College’s academic mission to “Engage the World.” Through a wide range of initiatives, they make meaningful connections with community partners and find ways to apply their knowledge in public settings.
Please take this opportunity to view some of the many outreach and engagement projects found within the College of Arts and Letters, discover resources for future initiatives, and locate ways to connect with many arts and cultural offerings open to the community.
If you are a faculty member looking for resources and opportunities to connect with wider publics, please click here.
If you are a student seeking meaningful ways to enrich your education and the life of the community through engaged arts and cultural practices, please click here.
If you are a community member in search of film showings, lectures, art exhibits, summer camps, language programs for children and adults, and much more, please click here.
As a land-grant institution, Michigan State University has a mandate to develop, apply, and share knowledge to serve the public good. MSU advocates a scholarly model of outreach and engagement that fosters a reciprocal and mutually beneficial relationship between the University and the public.
The University's academic mission involves teaching, research, and service. When these activities are implemented beyond the University for the immediate and direct benefit of the public, they are considered outreach.
Direct questions regarding outreach programs to:
320 Linton Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824-1044
Telephone: (517) 355-4597