Join us for these exciting events:

  • 7th Annual Healthy Homecoming Walkfeaturing games, Duck swag, friendly fitness challenges and more. Walk, run, or roll laps around Dem Hall field to help us compete with other universities! The event is open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members.
  • The Peer Body Project begins October 16 (registration ends October 12). In this workshop, students challenge cultural beauty standards and help improve body image.
  • Join us throughout the semester for our new Move More initiative! In partnership with Health4U, Recreational Sports and Fitness Services, we're helping students, faculty and staff to get moving.
  • Move For Your Mood, a 30-minute guided group workout.
Sparty flexes his muscles on a sunny day. Text gives event details for the 7th Annual Healthy Homecoming Walk
Hands together in unity

Health Promotion aims to challenge the health attitudes, behaviors, and perceptions of the MSU community through education, environmental management, and harm reduction efforts so students are able to pursue personal and academic goals. As part of Student Health & Wellness, we offer an array of campus, classroom, and individualized educational programs, campaigns, and other strategies.

To guide our work, the Health Promotion Department has adopted the following Inter-Association Definition of Well-Being: 

"We define well-being as an optimal and dynamic state that allows people to achieve their full potential"

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