About Us

Health Promotion Department

The Health Promotion Department challenges the health attitudes, behaviors, and perceptions of our community through education, environmental management, and harm reduction efforts so that our students and faculty are free to pursue their personal and academic goals.

As part of Student Health & Wellness Services, we provide services to address the health promotion, education, and prevention needs of MSU students. The Health Promotion Department offers a wide array of campus and classroom educational programs, health promotion campaigns, and other health promotion strategies, including individualized educational programs.

  • Health Promotion Annual Report 2017-2018: Student Health & Wellness

    First Annual Report of the MSU Health Promotion Department: A Division of Student Health and Wellness

    One of the greatest purposes in life is to give service to others. The Health Promotion Department is excited and passionate about the services they provide to the MSU community of students. Health Promotion's purpose is to partner with students to help remove barriers to academic and social success and prepare them for a life of greater capacity. Find out how they do this by reviewing the annual report available at the link below.

    View or download a pdf file of the report here.

  • Contact the Health Promotion Department

    Visit Health Promotion in Room 345 Student Services building, or call 517.353.4660

Health Promotion programs include:

Alcohol & Other Drugs Education and Referral
The Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Health Education Associates offer educational sessions for students concerned about their own alcohol use or that of a friend or family member.

Nutrition Counseling
Our Nutritionists offer no-charge, one-on-one counseling sessions for anything from general nutrition questions to eating disorder concerns.

SPARTANfit Fitness & Wellness Program
Our program strives to encourage, educate, and support students on the benefits of incorporating regular physical activity into their daily lives.

Outreach Programs

Workshops & Presentations
Health-related workshops are available to residence halls, sororities, fraternities and other student groups associated with MSU. Topics include Exercise/Fitness, Nutrition, and Alcohol & Other Drugs.
   
e-CHECKUP TO GO: Alcohol and Marijuana Self-Assessments
e-CHECKUP TO GO is a short, confidential, online assessment that provides students with individualized feedback based on their reported alcohol or Marijuana use. e-CHECKUP TO GO is free with no limit on how many times the survey can be taken, allowing students to track their alcohol or marijuana use over a period of time.