MSU responds to novel coronavirus pandemic
MSU is taking several steps to ensure the health of our community:
- In addition to the rest of the spring semester, MSU has moved to virtual instruction for the full Summer Session and Summer Session One. Summer academic camps are suspended unless they can be offered virtually, and all summer sports camps have been canceled.
- Students are strongly encouraged to return home, and employees must work remotely when possible. Employees working on campus will be asked health screening questions.
- MSU Health Care is now offering drive-through testing for COVID-19 to the campus community and general public.
MSU researchers adapt coronavirus test
MSU researchers have validated a test to detect coronavirus that is more accurate than those currently available, and could help address the national shortage of testing kits.Read more
Keeping the faith during COVID-19
COVID-19 has rocked everyday life for people around the world, requiring religious communities to shift worship at a time that many consider the most holiest of the year.Read more
Ramping up face shield production
MSU Libraries is helping in a whole new way, working together and with others on campus to produce Personal Protective Equipment in the Hollander MakerSpace and helping to unite the local community of PPE makers.Read more
MI Spartan Impact
MSU and partners across the state work to create a stronger, healthier, more prosperous tomorrow — for Michigan and the world.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more