UHW will also be conducting 90-minute conversations in groups of 10-15, that will discuss existing programs and resources, and unmet needs across the university. Focus groups are for people of a specific community.
Established with the well-being of every MSU student, faculty, and staff member in mind, the University Health and Wellbeing division is dedicated to serving all dimensions of health and well-being. We achieve this by providing comprehensive support, compassionate care, valuable education, impactful advocacy, behavior change initiatives, and meaningful connections.
Recognizing that the harassment complaint involving Mel Tucker may affect individuals within our community, UHW has a variety of supportive resources available to students, employees and the community.
If you are considering making a report related to relationship violence, stalking, sexual assault, sexual misconduct, or other inappropriate behaviors you can discuss your reporting options with an advocate at the Center for Survivors or MSU Safe Place.
If you are ever concerned about your safety or see behavior that does not seem these reporting options:
If there is a safety or emergency medical concern, or a crime is occurring or has just occurred, call 911. Information about a potential crime may also be reported to the MSU Department of Police and Public Safety by phone at 517-355-2221.
It can be tough to know where to start.
To read Interim President Woodruff’s community letter sent to campus, please view here:
The top barriers to academic success are often health-related. That's why we offer a variety of services and resources year-round to help students achieve their health goals, get immediate support after a crisis, and seek health-related accommodations.
Balancing work, life, and health can be challenging. We work with employees across the university to support their work-life balance, mental health, and more.
Health and safety have a big impact on your success as a student. University Health and Wellbeing offers programs, services and resources designed to help you develop healthy behaviors, manage your mental health, get immediate support in a crisis and more.
University Health and Wellbeing is divided into 4 different pillars, with 3 of them focused on services that we provide to the Spartan community. Expand the accordion tabs to see a break down of the individual departments in the Campus Health Services, Health Promotion and Outreach, and Mental health and Trauma Support Pillars.
Provides medical assessment, monitoring, intervention, and evaluation to MSU employees related to their occupational risks.
Provides services for students, faculty and staff living with a variety of health challenges or disabilities. The department completes needs assessments, develops accommodations and empowers people to reach their greatest potential.
Offers primary care, allergy and immunization clinic, gynecology, laboratory, physical therapy services and more to registered MSU students, their spouses and partners.
Aims to challenge the health attitudes, behaviors, and perceptions of the MSU community with a datadriven approach focused on education, environmental management and harm reduction efforts that enable students to pursue their personal and academic goals.
Helps the MSU community explore the fundamentals of a health-promoting lifestyle by providing access to high-quality, evidence-informed and culturally conscious health education and support.
Connects students with the most appropriate and available care and services that optimize their health, wellbeing and success. Counseling, psychiatry, outreach, 24/7 crisis care and more are available to students.
Non-Crisis: (517) 355-3551 | Crisis: (517) 372-6666
Provides free, confidential therapy services to students who have experienced sexual violence. The 24-hour hotline, crisis chat and advocacy services are available to anyone in the greater Lansing community. The Sexual Assault Healthcare Program offers medical care to adults who have been sexually assaulted in the past 5 days. Forensic nurses offer trauma-informed services, including a physical examination, treatment of injuries, preventative treatments and forensic evidence collection 24/7. All services are free and no insurance information is collected.
Provides confidential counseling services at no cost to MSU faculty, staff, retirees, graduate assistants and their families.
Supports students, faculty, staff, their minor children and their partners who are survivors of relationship violence or stalking. Free and confidential services include advocacy, shelter, counseling, support groups, safety planning, information and referrals, and programming that increases awareness of these issues through community education and outreach.