Campus Health Resources

MSU Music students have access to many campus resources for physical and mental health. These include:

Counseling and Psychological Services @ MSU Music

  • A CAPS counseling professional is on site on Fridays at the College of Music from 2:00-3:30 PM in the Green Room during Fall 2019.
  • College of Music on-site appointments are drop-in only at this time (just show up).

Visit caps.msu.edu for more information about services.

Olin Health Center

  • Olin Health Center (463 E. Circle Drive) is the primary health care facility for MSU students. In addition to services at Olin, students can receive primary care services in the Neighborhood clinics located in Brody, Holden, Hubbard and McDonel halls. 
  • An appointment is necessary for most student health services: to schedule an appointment, call 517.353.4660 (same day appointments are often available) 

 Visit olin.msu.edu for more information about services and other frequently asked questions.

Nutrition Counseling

  • Free nutrition counseling is available to MSU students through the Health Promotion Department at Student Health Services.
  • To schedule a nutrition appointment, call Student Health Services scheduling office at 517-353-4660.

Students can receive support for a wide variety of nutrition concerns that may include refueling for optimal performance, managing nutrition related health issues, eating well with limited time and money, mindful eating practices, managing eight and body image concerns, and normalizing disordered eating behaviors. Visit the MSU Nutrition Counseling website for more information.

MSU Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Education Program

The AOD Program is committed to reducing the negative impact associated with substance abuse, while cultivating an environment in which MSU students can flourish personally, civically and academically. Visit the AOD program website for more information.

MySSP

  • An app that provides 24/7 access to counselors, and is free and confidential. Counselors offer services in a variety of languages through chat, video, and phone, and help to connect students to other MSU resources.
  • To use the service, download the free My SSP app. To learn more about the program, click here.

MSU Student Food Bank

  • Serves MSU students experiencing food insecurity by providing free food and related items
  • Students who do not have meal plans and are enrolled in fall or spring semester can qualify. For distribution schedule and more information, visit the MSU Student Food Bank website. 

MSU Rec Sports

  • Promotes each participant's learning experience by engaging the university community in healthy lifestyles through sport, fitness, and recreational opportunities. For more information about locations, schedules, and opportunities, visit the Rec Sports website.

Additional physical and mental health resources are listed on the College of Music listening and support website.