Frequently Asked Questions About Michigan State University Reporting Protocols
This page answers questions about how to report, mandatory reporters, investigative processes and more.
Conducting Youth Programs on Campus: Minimum Operational Requirements
This page describes MSU's minimum requirements for conducting youth programs on campus. Topic covered include criminal background checks, annual staff training, participant orientation, conduct rules, and model forms including medical treatment authorization, media release and parent/guardian consent.
MSU Counseling Center
Sexual Assault Program
The MSU Sexual Assault Program responds to those impacted by sexual violence by providing crisis intervention, advocacy services, therapy and support groups. They also provide prevention education programming to the university community.
MSU Chance at Childhood Program
The Michigan Child Protection Law requires that certain persons report any case of suspected child abuse or neglect to the Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS). The Chance at Childhood Program prepared useful pamphlets for mandated reporters which include physicians, nurses, public school employees, social workers and clergy. The pamphlets include information about what constitutes child abuse or neglect, the legal standard for reporting, how to make a report and contact numbers. See http://chanceatchildhood.msu.edu/pub.html to access these pamphlets.
MSU Office of the General Counsel
Suspected Child Abuse
MSU Office of Institutional Equity (OIE)
OIE accepts calls, emails and walk-in reports regarding any matters related to discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, relationship violence and stalking. OIE staff can help you file a report, investigate your report and connect you with resources