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COVID-19 Information

The College of Osteopathic Medicine is working hard to support an engaged and connected experience for all. Safety is our highest priority for our faculty, staff and students. The MSU Together We Will website provides the latest information on planning and preparation across campus. To learn more about the College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Response plan, click here.

Please also see our summary report of how COVID-19 has affected the college this past year: 

COVID-19 Resources

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MI COVID Alert App

Early detection is one of the most important factors in preventing the spread of the virus. The MI COVID Alert app is the best tool available to all of our students, faculty and staff for receiving rapid notification that you may have been exposed.  Download the MI COVID Alert exposure notification app today and encourage your fellow Spartans, friends and family to do the same.

For Students


Advising will continue through online conferencing. Find out more about contacting your advisor.

University and College Events

For a list of college event cancellations and updates, please check the calendar.

Student Resources

For Faculty and Staff


  • The MSU campus remains open for essential functions only. More information about working remotely is available at:
  • Returning to campus: The Ingham County Health Department has issued an emergency order requiring all employees still reporting to work to answer health screening options. To facilitate compliance with this order, we are directing you to this Covid-19 Workplace Heath Screening Form to be filled out prior to each time you enter your campus building.
  • Access to high-speed internet is critical for working remotely. Please visit the following link for resources that are available:



  • All university-sponsored travel (international and domestic) is suspended indefinitely. This includes new travel as well as any currently booked trips.
  • A waiver may be requested for essential international travel for a traveler on an approved international assignment to return to the U.S. or their home country. Requests should be directed via email to Policies for future incoming and outbound travel are under development and will be shared as they are approved.
  • A waiver is required for domestic business essential travel; it can only be granted by the provost, a vice president or the president through the COVID-19 Domestic Travel Waiver Application form and must be approved before a trip begins. In-state travel is permitted to perform one’s essential job duties, but also requires submitting the form. Non-essential in-state travel to state conferences or other gatherings should not occur.
  • For updated information on travel advisories, please visit:

Additional Information

For further information from the university, please visit

For Parents and Families

  • MSU has created a toll-free hotline to address questions from students, parents, and their families: 888‑353‑294
  • For information on current Residential and Hospitality Services (RHS) housing please visit
  • For updates from the university and president, please visit the MSU Together We Will website.

Dean’s Office Communications

Lastest Communications

Dean's Update

University Communications

Michigan State University is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak. For latest university updates, visit the Together We Will website.

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