Published: Sept. 12, 2013

Registration opens for LENS program

The MSU Alumni Association has announced the Alumni Lifelong Enrichment for Spartans program.

As part of LENS, alumni can access and participate in learning opportunities hosted by the MSU Alumni Association and its campus partners.

Registration for offerings within the LENS program began on Sept. 11.

The new Alumni LENS program allows alumni and friends of the university to pick and choose which style of educational opportunities appeal the most to them.

The featured offerings are a variety of courses sponsored by the MSUAA with limited enrollment and registration handled by the MSUAA. The online offerings are courses created by experts in online course creation and content, with registration information available on the LENS website.

Finally, the university offerings are created by various colleges and departments from within the university. University offerings cover a variety of subject matter and give participants a sampling of what MSU has to offer.
Registration for the university offerings is handled by the respective college or department.

For more information on the Alumni LENS program, including registration for featured offerings, or links to register for the online and university offerings, visit

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