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Michigan State University

Student Health and Wellness

This guide brings together books and information about community services and health information that support wellness and student physical, emotional, and social well-being. Last updated: 3/13/24.

Student Health and Wellness Information Center

The MSU Libraries maintains a collection of books and information about community services that provides easy, centralized, unmediated, and judgement-free access to health information and other resources that support wellness and student physical, emotional, and social well-being. 

We have brought together books and materials (including local support services) on topics like: LGBTQI identity, nutrition, counselling, mental health, trauma, housing, legal aid, disabilities, healthcare, sexuality, grief, and more.

While on campus, come visit the Student Health & Wellness Information Center in the south lobby of the Main Library.

Borrowing Books

Books in the Student Health and Wellness Information Center can be checked out for 180 days. Please visit our Borrowing @ MSU page for more information. Users living off campus can have books sent to their home.

Electronic books can be used any time, from anywhere, with your MSU Net ID. The use of ebooks is limited to current MSU students, faculty, and staff.

Self-Care Lending Library

MSU Libraries has a self-care lending library with items for checkout at the MakeCentral service desk in the library on 2 West. Items available for check out include noise canceling headphones and light therapy lamps. Please see our Collection webpage for more information.

Need Help?

Our Ask A Librarian reference service is available 24/7 to provide assistance via email, chat, and phone. For technical assistance, or if issues arise with using library resources, please contact Reference and Discovery Services