You will need an MSU Law student ID card both for academic and social purposes at the Law College. You must show your MSU Law ID to enter all proctored academic examinations, including the writing skills inventory and Foundations of Law final examination during Immersion Week. You also will need your MSU Law ID to check out materials from the Schaefer Law Library, to register a locker and to gain entrance into a number of Law College events.
Even if you attended Michigan State University for your undergraduate degree, you will need a new MSU ID card that identifies you as a Law College student.
Visit the MSU ID Office on or after August 1, 2013, to get your MSU Law ID card. You will need the following:
- Your PID (personal identification number starting with the letter “A”) that was included in your “Admit Packet” from the Office of Admissions
- Government-issued photo identification (driver’s license or passport)
Be sure to advise that you are a “law student” for the special “Law” designation on your card.
Contact MSU ID Office if your MSU Law ID is lost or stolen.