Student Life and Student Support Services

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One of the main drives in student success is involvement and support on campus.  It is very important that all students are aware of the numerous resources at MSU that will provide support in both of those areas.  Whether it is joining a student organization to meet new people or learning more about themselves and their needs, it is important that Psychology students feel comfortable at MSU and learn all of the resources that are available to them.

Campus living services provides on-campus living opportunities for MSU students.

The RCPD leads MSU in maximizing ability and opportunity for full participation by persons with disabilities.

The Counseling Center serves as the central access point for students seeking mental health services on campus. It offers consultation, assessment, time-limited professional counseling, self-help resources and appropriate referrals to MSU students.

Olin Health Center supports the success of MSU students by enhancing personal health, removing barriers to academic achievement, and promoting a healthy learning environment.

The Office of Financial Aid assists students and families by providing information on ways to fund a college education.

The Student Life Office offers many opportunities and ways to get involved with student groups and activities to promote a fun and safe campus.

The MSU Police Department enhances the quality of life on campus, by building relationships, strengthening stewardship, and work collaboratively with our diverse community to reduce crime, enforce laws, preserve peace, and provide for a safe environment.

The Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) provides support to Michigan State University’s international students, scholars, and families.

The College of Social Science Office of Student Affairs and Services is a central source of information and assistance for students and departments within the College. Junior and senior level students may contact the College for major changes, dean’s drops, and medical withdrawals.

The MSU Women’s Resource Center is committed to creating and implementing strategies that promote the status of women by providing a supportive climate that enables all to become full and active participants in the development of policy, decision making, and the achievement of equity. 

The Student Veterans Resource Center is dedicated to promoting the educational, career, and personal advancement of service members and veterans at MSU.

The LGBT Resource Center is dedicated to leading and collaborating on university-wide initiatives that prepare students to thrive in our diverse world, and enhancing the campus climate and support services for students marginalized by their sexuality or gender.

The Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions (OCAT) constructs supportive cultural, social, and educational communities that actively involve students in learning. 

The Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives leads and supports efforts to advance a diverse and inclusive campus community, consistent with MSU's core values.