MSU Student Health Services provides outpatient medical services to the students of MSU. Primary Care and Ancillary Care services are available year round at Olin Health Center, located on East Circle Drive between Berkey Hall and the Grand River Avenue parking ramp. Neighborhood Clinics provide medical care during fall and spring semesters, and are located in Holden, Hubbard, Brody, and McDonel Halls. For current information on hours and services, please visit the Olin website: www.olin.msu.edu or call (517) 884-6546. MSU Student Health Services is nationally accredited by the Joint Commission and is staffed with board certified physicians and other certified health care professionals.

Student Health services are available to all registered MSU and MSU Law students and their spouses. Students are encouraged to secure health insurance coverage. The University will subsidize the first three medical office visits each year to Student Health Services for students registered for MSU classes (this does not include Lifelong Education or MSU Law). Laboratory, x-ray, physical therapy and medical/surgical procedures, as well as the fourth and subsequent visits, will incur a charge. MSU will first bill insurance companies and then bill the patient for charges not paid for by insurance. Students should contact their insurance company to find out what services will and won’t be covered at Student Health Services. Patients without insurance coverage will be asked to pay at the time of the visit. Students interested in the Student Insurance plan should visit https://www.hr.msu.edu/benefits/students/index.html or contact the MSU Benefits Office for details, (800) 353-4434 or SolutionsCenter@hr.msu.edu.