MSU Lyman Briggs College

About MSU Lyman Briggs College

Founded in 1967, Lyman Briggs College is a vibrant undergraduate residential college of Michigan State University focusing on the study of sciences in their diverse human, social and global contexts. The LBC curriculum integrates cutting edge, student-focused science and mathematical pedagogy with an innovative interdisciplinary curriculum that explores the history, philosophy, sociology, and communication of the sciences.

Faculty work closely with students in small classes employing innovative and evidence-based pedagogical approaches. LBC is also a leading center within MSU for research on teaching and learning and for interdisciplinary scholarship.

The college boasts a dynamic and supportive community of students, staff, advisors, and faculty who make LBC an exceptional place to learn and work.

[MSU Equal Employment Opportunity Statement] All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability or protected veteran status.


Peer Advisor

June 2019 East Lansing, MI
“It was a great way to interact with new students at orientation”
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