The latest information regarding available resources for students can be found on the Counseling and Psychiatric Services website.
- Walk in counseling services at CAPS (located at Olin Health Center) between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- 24/7 virtual crisis counseling is available. Students can call CAPS at 517-355-8270 and press “1” at the prompt to speak with a crisis counselor any time.
- Uwill 1-1 support teletherapy. Students can create a profile and receive free, immediate access to a therapist of their choice.
- To request a University Health and Wellbeing listening space, students can use this request form.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services also has a guide for families to help support their student. In addition, a recording of the webinar on responding to tragic events at MSU can be found here.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services has webpage dedicated to supporting employees.
Spartan Resilience Training Program Reflect and Connect Sessions offered several Reflect and Connect Sessions throughout February for MSU faculty, staff and graduate students. Teams interested in additional sessions can request them by emailing Lisa Laughman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- MSU Employee Assistance Program can also receive employees in person or by ZOOM. Usual hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Employees can call 517-355-4506 or email email@example.com to make an appointment.
- To request a University Health and Wellbeing listening space, faculty and staff can use this request form.
Resources for teaching after a crisis are available on #iteachmsu playlist. The Office of the Provost developed a 6-Step Approach to Starting Class.
A recording of the webinar Rebuilding Hope: Teaching in the Aftermath, presented by Alyssa Hadley Dunn, is now available. Dunn was joined by Chris Rozman from MSU Police who spoke about campus safety.
A recording of the Trauma Informed Response training for advisors that took place on March 3 is available to watch.
The Office of Human Resources developed a toolkit to assist supervisors in the transition to standard operations.
MSU HR is hosting Community Connections sessions as an opportunity for support staff to hear from senior leaders and provide input.
Please follow MSU Police and Public Safety (@msupolice) for verified and accurate updates as well as msu.edu/emergency. Recordings of MSU DPPS media briefings are available online.