Nontraditional and Commuter Student Counseling
The coordinator for nontraditional and commuter students is available to see all undergraduate, nontraditional students who are 23 years of age or older and all commuter students.
The nontraditional coordinator serves as an advocate for the increasing number of adult students at MSU. The coordinator helps link these students to academic and campus resources for concerns such as study habits, time management, family, career, and financial needs.
The nontraditional coordinator also directs the STEPS project, which provides workstudy wages to students participating in K-TAP. This office is located in Enrollment Services and can be reached by phone at (606) 783-2000.