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Socialization

Social and cultural opportunities define the typical college experience and allow for the development of appropriate social skills for college age students.

ACCESS students are a part of the MSU’s The Office of Student Leadership Community Engagement (SLCE). The SLCE consists of several programs. MSU ACCESS students take part in the Day One Leadership Community. Day One students develop a strong sense of self-awareness and self-discipline, while learning to work with others in making the world a better place to live, work, and thrive. MSU ACCESS students may live in the Day One living learning community, take part in the Day One class, and participate in community service projects with Day One Students.

ACCESS students are encouraged to join university affiliated organizations and attend on-campus activities and events. Students in the ACCESS Program are able to participate in any social activities on campus with or without mentors, roommates, or friends.