Looking for a way to help? Give to the MSU Student Relief Fund
The Mississippi State University community continually exhibits a great sense of responsibility and caring for enrolled students that make the land-grant institution such a special place. The MSU Student Relief Fund, built with private gifts, helps those members of the student body affected with day-to-day crises or like now, the impact to their daily lives posed by COVID-19.
While the full impact of this global pandemic is unclear, Mississippi State University is taking all measures to ensure the continued safety of all students, faculty, and staff. As we assess the next steps in confronting the current situation, we are grateful for the cooperation and support of the entire Bulldog family.
Beyond the physical safety of those at our university, one of the most significant concerns remains on the continued student success. Many are facing unexpected stress and fear, and as we continue with fluid plans for the remainder of the semester, financial difficulties are also incurred. You can help provide a source of encouragement and support during this difficult time by making a gift to the MSU Student Relief Fund.
The Dean of Students' Office assesses needs and administers the fund for acute crises that may impact students’ ability to succeed academically. The funds have a direct impact on students in extenuating circumstances in order to help them achieve their academic success.
The MSU Foundation accepts gifts year-round for the MSU Student Relief Fund. Contributions for this effort can be made online or by contacting the Annual Giving office at (662) 325-2466.
For updated information and coronavirus resources, including lists of FAQs for students, faculty and staff, visit https://www.msstate.edu/coronavirus.