As part of University Health and Wellbeing, Campus Health Services provides outpatient medical services for Michigan State University students, MSU Law students and their spouse/domestic partner. Open year-round, Olin Health Center is the primary Campus Health Services location on campus. Medical services include primary care, gynecologic services, laboratory, physical therapy, radiology, allergy therapy, immunizations, and STI testing. Parking is available in the adjacent parking ramp. Neighborhood clinics are typically open in fall and spring semesters and offer triage, assessment, immunizations, STI testing, and other services. Neighborhood clinic hours vary by location. The Phone Information Nurse is available for health-related questions 24-hours per day. Consultations with registered dietitians are offered as well, as one aspect of a comprehensive Nutrition Program.
MSU Campus Health Services is staffed with board-certified physicians and certified healthcare professionals. The university covers the cost of the first three medical office visits each year for students enrolled in MSU classes (this does not apply to MSU Law students). There will be a bill for the fourth and subsequent visits, as well as for other services. Charges for students with health insurance will be billed directly to the student’s insurance company.
Health insurance coverage is recommended. Information about the Student Insurance plan is available through the Michigan State University Benefits Office at 1-800-353-4434. Email email@example.com or visit hr.msu.edu/benefits/students for more information.
The Michigan State University student or spouse identification card and insurance information should be presented when service is requested. For information about Campus Health Services, including appointments, office hours, services and charges, visit olin.msu.edu or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Health Services also runs the Travel Clinic, which is a fee-based consultation, immunization, and preventive medicine service for students (and others) to prepare for international travel.
See all University Health and Wellbeing services at uhw.msu.edu.
As part of the Student Health and Wellness unit, the Health Promotion department provides a variety of programs, presentations and health information to help students achieve academic success by supporting their well-being. Services include:
- Nutrition and body image education with a registered dietitian nutritionist
- SPARTANfit Fitness and Wellness Program, including comprehensive fitness assessments and wellness coaching
- Sexual wellness education and sexual health resources
- Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) education and support
- The Collegiate Recovery Community and Recovery Housing for students in recovery from alcohol or drug use
Most Health Promotion services are available free to MSU students. The department also regularly collects and shares health-related data and information about Spartan health trends.
The main Health Promotion office is located at 345 Student Services Building. Visit healthpromotion.msu.edu
or call 1-517-353-0718 for more information.