We invited all 14 Big Ten Conference universities to send delegates to this bi-annual conference. The Kellogg Center for Continuing Education on the MSU campus was the site for the event that included a visit by Sparty, a wonderfully inspiring talk by Dr. Mona Hanna Attisha, courageous whistle-blower on the Flint water crisis and author of "What The Eyes Don't See," and a variety of small group interactive events. We also had a bus tour of the MSU campus with a stop at the MSU gardens, and a lovely lunch at the MSU President's Cowles' house on campus.
MSUCC has seven scholarships, including two endowed scholarships, which are administered through the Office of Financial Aid. Some members of our Scholarship Committee have helped on this committee for over 25 years!
Membership in MSUCC is open to all MSU faculty and staff, alumni, and friends of MSU and their spouses. Newcomers are welcome as guests.
Our Story: 1923 . . . Read all about how our group started, the plans and accomplishments of the club through the years, and our plans for the future.