Student Resources

Below are quick links to support services designed to help connect you to the respective office or department.

Academic-Support Service

What You Will Find

University main page for
Student Services

Clearinghouse for many University services –
an essential resource for students.

Academic Calendar

Key dates including semester sessions, holidays and exam periods.

Academic Policies and Procedures

Policies for Graduate Students

Links to webpages with specfic University policies and procedures information.

Academic Success and Retention Programs(ASRP)

Description of retention initiatives and a
“Road to Graduation” blog.

 

Career Exploration – Find a Career Path via the MSU Career Center Take a career self-exploration exam. Receive a detailed report on types of careers that may be right for you.
Career Services Tools – via the MSU Career Center MSU Center for Career Services and Cooperative Education – Tools and Resources
Career Internship and Job Postings via the MSU Career Center MSU Job Postings

Find internships, full-time job postings and on-campus employment.

Career Fairs - via the MSU Career Center

Career Fair Updated Schedule

CHSS Career Counselor and Advisement Appointments

Seeking career and professional development coaching? Have an academic advising question? Seek out answers here:
Canvas Connect to your courses through the University’s learning management system.

Center for Advising and Student Transitions (CAST)

 Email: cast@mail.montclair.edu

Info about services for freshmen, sophomores and military students, including learning communities, peer mentoring and honor societies.

Services to support student achievement, including:

Dean of Students Office

Not to be confused with the Academic Dean’s Office within your college, info about services that promote the psychological, physical, intellectual, occupational, spiritual and ethical wellness of students. Includes:

Disability Resource Center

The DRC provides assistance to students with physical, sensory, learning, psychological, neurological, and chronic medical disabilities. Here are the Documentation Guidelines for accessing classroom accommodations.

Educational Opportunity Fund Program (EOF)

Info on services for state residents from under-represented populations who meet income criteria and exhibit potential for high achievement.

FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act

Federal statute that regulates access to student records.

Four-Year Graduation Plans

Two-Year Plans
The plans serve as an outline for students to follow in order to complete their degree requirements within four or two-years, respectively. The two-year plans are for students who have completed an Associates Degree.

General Education and Degree Requirements

Check out your specific General Education requirements depending on your degree.

Center for Adult Learning

Info on orientation, advisement and programming for non-traditional adult students.

Registrar’s Office
 

Email: registrar@mail.montclair.edu
Tel: 973-655-4376

 

Info on course scheduling and registration; academic records maintenance; grades processing; official transcripts; final audit for graduation and certification; curriculum administration; and maintenance of the University's degree auditing system. Includes:

Student Accounts

Email: studentaccou@mail.montclair.edu 
Tel: 973-544-4177

Located in College Hall, it's where students can pay their bill. Office processes credits, refunds and charges (which appear on the Student Account Summary via WESS).

 

 

Student Handbook

Definition of student rights, responsibilities, standards, codes of conduct, policies, complaint procedures. (Essential reading.)

Tutorial Services

Email: cada@mail.montclair.edu 
Tel:  973-655-5425

Walk-in-tutoring schedule for various subject areas.

Part of the Center for Academic Development and Assessment (CADA)

University Catalog    l   Past Catalogs

 

Listing of curriculum and other requirements for all academic majors, minors and concentrations.

(Curriculum in effect at the time you entered the program may be found within the Past Catalogs link.)

Undergraduate Admissions

Email: msuadm@mail.montclair.edu
Tel: 973-655-4444

Information for all MSU undergraduate applicants including guidelines for university-accepted transfer credits, credits earned at other institutions, and credits earned through examination.

University Webmail

Gmail - MSU student email.

WESS Login

Resource where you: register for classes, access your schedule, get grades, review your financial account, find your advisor, pay your bill, access your unofficial transcript, see your analysis of academic progress, etc.