Resources and Services

Academic Success Center

The Academic Success Center fosters student success and retention by providing a centralized location of resources for students, staff and faculty and integrated academic support services.

Accessibility Resources

The MSUM Accessibility Resources Office has a commitment to ensure that students with documented physical, sensory, psychological or learning disabilities have equal access to programs and services.

Athletics and Recreation

Provides information on Dragon Athletics, Club Sports, Intramurals, and other recreational activities on campus.


The MSUM Bookstore is your one stop for official MSUM gear, textbooks, supplies, computers and software and gift items.

Business Services

The MSUM Business Services Office is responsible for university business operations including student tuition and fees billing, deposits, and collections and faculty, staff, and student payroll.

Career Development Center 

The MSUM Career Development Center supports students in discovering their passions by providing programs, education, services and support throughout their journey from exploring student to prepared professional.

Center for Engaged Learning

The MSUM Center for Engaged Learning is home to four offices that create opportunities for experiential learning and engagement between students, faculty and our community.

Center for Global Engagement

The Center for Global Engagement serves the MSUM international student population from admission to registration and provides programming for the students throughout the academic year.

Comstock Memorial Union - Student Activities

The Comstock Memorial Union is an innovative, student-centered organization and facility. The CMU delivers valued services and programs that enhance campus life and inspire University involvement and commitment.

Counseling Services

Counseling Services provides a confidential setting in which students may explore concerns of a personal nature. They offer individual and group counseling for students free of charge and ADHD assessment services for a small fee. The staff Navigator will work with students to find convenient, affordable healthcare and pharmacy services in the nearby community, as well as transportation options to get there. Information about immunizations can be found on their website.

Dean of Students Office

The Dean of Students Office handles matters related to student life, student conduct & resolution Office and Title IX. The goal of the office is to maintain a university environment that is conducive to the academic success of all students, to protect the rights of all members of the university community, and to provide a disciplinary process in which participants experience personal growth and appreciation for the responsibilities of living in a community.

Diversity and Inclusion Office

The MSUM Office of Diversity & Inclusion offers four cultural and identity centers open to all students, faculty, staff, and members of the community. Through a variety of programming and specialized resources, our centers help build a campus community that is diverse, inclusive, globally aware and just.

Dragon Cards

The Dragon Card is required as your ID for using University facilities, participating in University sponsored events, acquiring non-directory student academic information or documents from academic offices and qualifying for University discount opportunities.  They are also used for meal plans, Dragon Dollars, checking out library materials, printing, and banking.

Dragon Jobs

The Dragon Jobs is a one-stop resource for student employment. It connects students with employers by sharing job postings and internship listings.

Early Education Center 

The mission of the Early Education Center is to provide high quality care and developmentally appropriate educational and social opportunities for university students’ children who are between 16 months and 6 years.

Housing and Dining Services

Housing and Residential Life strives to provide a comfortable and safe environment that fosters community, personal growth and academic success. This link will provide information on Residence Halls, Apartments, Learning Communities and Dining Services.

Instructional Technology-Office of Online Learning

The Instructional Technology team enables and enhances student learning by providing instructors with support and resources for using technology in the development of customized learning environments.

Livingston Lord Library

The Livingston Lord Library supports academic and cultural experiences of students, faculty, and citizens of this region and encourages their active, life-long learning. The Library acquires and organizes resources and provides the services that sustain research, support curricula, teach critical thinking, advance information literacy skills, encourage reading, advocate intellectual freedom and enhance thoughtful, informed citizenship.

MSUM Foundation

The MSUM Foundation exists to secure, receive, manage, administer, and disburse private funds for MSUM; to promote and advocate positive relationships with the alumni of MSUM; and to enhance MSUM in every way.


The MSUM planetarium offers a variety of multimedia presentations that awe, amaze, entertain and educate viewers of all ages. Tour the planets and known universe through a night sky simulation that delivers spectacular imagery through a dynamic and total immersion experience. The planetarium uses the premier Elumenati projector and Uniview scientific software used by the most prestigious planetariums in the country. The planetarium comfortably seats 62, and serves 10,000 visitors annually.

Public Safety

The Public Safety Office is committed to providing the highest quality services to the MSUM community in a professional, respectful, fair and compassionate manner.  They are committed to the people, traditions and diversity on our campus and will work to create a safe environment where all can live, work and pursue academic success.

Parking information can be found on the Public Safety website.

Regional Science Center 

The Regional Science Center is a program of MSUM. They provide programming in: PK-12 science and environmental education; PK-12 teacher education; college pre-service environmental teacher education; college field and research opportunities in observational astronomy, field biology and geology; and astronomy and natural history programs for the general public. They work closely with the local school districts, the Tri-College Universities, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, and area businesses, as well as state and national science and environmental organizations.

Registrar's Office

The MSUM Registrar's Office offers a wide variety of support services and provides information regarding academic policies and procedures to faculty, staff and students. The office provides information on registration for classes and enrollment, evaluation of transfer and placement exam credit, tracking of degree progress, transcript and diploma services, and commencement.

Russell and Ann Gerdin Wellness Center

The Wellness Center provides an opportunity for an active and healthy lifestyle to become a focus of our campus culture.

Speech and Hearing Clinic

The Speech and Hearing Clinic offers a complete range of speech, language and hearing services to people of all ages. Evaluations and screenings are conducted each week by appointment. Therapy is then tailored to individual needs.

Veterans Resource Center 

The Veterans Office provides counseling, GI Bill certifications, and tutorial assistance, and is concerned with recruiting veterans and veterans’ dependents.

University Writing Support Center

The University Writing Support Center is a writing resource center for MSUM students. Its mission is to assist students in improving their writing proficiency and independence during the various stages of their writing assignments; to provide a supportive environment where writers and readers work efficiently one-to-one; and to train tutors to become effective readers of and responders to texts from various disciplines.