Below is only a partial list of our important campus partners with whom we collaborate regularly to support faculty, staff and students as they work with and through conflict.
Office of the University Ombudsperson – a confidential resource designed to assist students in resolving conflicts or disputes within the University, including but not limited to sorting through university rules and regulations, helping resolve disputes, and ensuring that the University operates within its own guidelines.
Student Rights Advocates – advise students on any case involving the various campus conduct systems (academic and personal), where a licensed lawyer is not allowed, offer consultation for students as they work toward resolving various university disputes.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) – provides support to students, faculty, and staff by assisting in decreasing stress, aiding the effort to provide a healthy environment, and helping students focus on personal and career goals.
MSU Community Liaison – provides a variety of housing resources for students who are considering moving off-campus and living in the local community (not just East Lansing), including a housing listing service, local moving resources, legal assistance, housing fair details, etc.
Graduate Student Life & Wellness – provides support and services uniquely tailored to students pursuing masters, doctoral or graduate professional degrees.
MSU Police – a fully functional police department whose mission is to to enhance the quality of life on campus, by building relationships, strengthening stewardship, and working collaboratively within our diverse community to reduce crime, enforce laws, preserve peace, and provide for a safe environment.
Housing Clinic – hosted by the MSU College of Law, the Clinic advances the cause of safe, decent, sanitary, fair, open, and affordable housing in mid-Michigan. Students deal with all aspects of the landlord-tenant relationship, including educating residents on their basic rights, working with tenants who are on the brink of eviction, assisting renters who are living in unsafe conditions, and connecting people with community resources.