Following the February 13 Tragedy: Crisis Support and Updates

In light of the tragic events that took place in our Spartan community on the evening of February 13, below is a listing of support resources for our community members to utilize.  To assist with transportation needs, Current CATA schedules are available online here.

We are grateful and humbled by the outpouring of support the university has received. Beyond our own counseling and psychiatry staff, nearly 200 counselors in the community have volunteered their time. The MSU Health Care Psychiatry team, Employee Assistance Program, Center for Survivors, Safe Place, Health Promotion, MSU Government Relations, the MSU Community Liaison, and so many others have provided critical support to our campus community and we couldn't be more grateful.

Outreach Services

We offer a wide range of programming through Outreach Services, including services for your student group, academic department, residential hall, campus or community program.

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Honoring Our Feelings During Spring Break and Beyond

Spartans may be feeling a range of emotions — and that's okay! In this video, Lisa Laughman, lead emotional wellness consultant in University Health and Wellbeing, offers guidance for processing the tragedy that occurred on campus on February 13, 2023 as we take a moment to rest, enjoy time at home or travel during spring break.




Resources for Parents and Families