Michigan State University Shooting: Resources & Support

February 14, 2023

As the tragic Michigan State University shooting can trigger strong emotional responses in the days, weeks and months ahead, here is some information about specific regional support available, and additional resources for mental health support, talking to children, coping with trauma and crisis preparedness. 

Local Resources

Counselors will be available at the Hannah Community Center located at 819 Abbot Rd, East Lansing, MI 48823 at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14.

All classes – virtual and in-person – are canceled, as are athletic events and all other campus activities for at least 48 hours.

MSU Police and Public Safety are doing everything they can to assure the safety of the campus. Those on campus are urged to continue sheltering in place.

For more information: msu.edu/emergency.

Please follow @msupolice on Twitter for all updates.

MSU Alert: Register to receive emergency text messages, emails and phone calls.

Mental Health Resources 

Resources for Parents

Active Shooter Preparedness


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