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Health and wellness

A student meeting with a doctor at Olin Health Center at Michigan State University

MSU is committed to providing a healthy campus climate for the overall wellness of each Spartan.

MSU is tobacco-free, a policy that aligns with our efforts to create the healthiest academic and workplace environment possible at MSU. Tobacco-free MSU FAQs, information about enforcement, copies of the ordinance, policy, toolkits and more are available at tobaccofree.msu.edu.

Olin Health Center — the primary health care facility for MSU students — is home to primary care, psychiatry, allergy/immunization, sports medicine and health education services. Laboratory, radiology, pharmacy and physical therapy facilities also are located at Olin. MSU students are not charged for the first three medical office visits of each academic year.

Students also have the option of receiving primary care services in the residence hall neighborhood clinics located in Brody, Holden, Hubbard and McDonel halls.

The MSU Counseling Center offers services that provide support for personal concerns such as stress, depression or relationship issues.


Health education resources

Many additional resources are available to students to address academic impediments, such as sleeplessness, stress and illness, as well as fitness, nutrition and sexual wellness to help students succeed at MSU. A full list of health education resources is available through Olin Health Center.

Health insurance coverage

MSU offers a student health plan for purchase. All international students are required to have health insurance.


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