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MSU responds to novel coronavirus pandemic

In response to the novel coronavirus outbreak and orders issued by the state and county, MSU is taking several steps to ensure the health of our community. All classes will continue in virtual settings for the rest of the semester, and commencement has been postponed. All students are strongly encouraged to return to their permanent residences, and employees must work remotely when possible. Employees working on campus will be asked health screening questions and should maintain a six-foot distance from other employees. All on-campus research activities deemed non-essential are being stopped, and all construction projects are being suspended.

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Health crisis hits some students hardest

The College of Social Science set up an emergency fund to help MSU students during times of crisis. Program funds will support students in the Fostering Academics, Mentoring Excellence program (or who fall into the FAME category) during disruptions that have resulted from COVID-19.

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Before districts move learning online

In the rush to plan for online education hours, schools must consider equity and the quality of internet access available to their students. A new report from MSU’s Quello Center reveals the challenges schools face if they plan to move online.

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How to help kids through coronavirus

Many parents and caregivers face uncharted territory as they help children cope with the realities of coronavirus. Joanne Riebschleger, a professor of social work, offers suggestions on how to approach this difficult situation with kids — and even emerge stronger on the other side.

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MSU is a place full of possibilities, promise and people determined to make a difference. You are part of something bigger here. And when you leave, you will be ready to change the world. Because you are a Spartan, and Spartans Will.


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MI Spartan Impact

MSU and partners across the state work to create a stronger, healthier, more prosperous tomorrow — for Michigan and the world.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan

To recognize the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion as a foundation for all the work we do, MSU is launching a comprehensive DEI planning process. DEI planning will be closely connected to our strategic planning process.

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Strategic Plan

MSU is beginning an inclusive and comprehensive strategic planning process to create a shared vision for the future and a common set of principles and values to guide our work.

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Information for Survivors as it Relates to Nassar

Information for Survivors as it Relates to Nassar

All current and former students and employees who were subjected to sexual harassment and/or assault by Larry Nassar may be entitled to appropriate remedies as necessary to restore access to MSU programs and activities. For further information, or to file a request, please contact the Office for Civil Rights and Title IX.

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