Michigan State offers support for those impacted by campus crisis


“How many more?” painted on the rock. Photo Credit: Jake Rhodes/WDBM

Zac Slowik, News Director

EAST LANSING – In response to the active shooter situation that took place on campus Monday night, Michigan State is offering numerous forms of support for all students, faculty and staff. 

MSU will have open confidential crisis counseling 24/7. More information can be found at caps.msu.edu, or by calling 517-355-8270 and press “1”. 

“You are worthy, no matter how hopeless things might feel right now. That’s why there are so many resources available to help.” Michigan State Crisis Resources for students, posted on their website. For more information on the available resources provided by caps, click here.

There will also be a line open to call for community mental health. They can be reached at 517-346-8460. 

A vigil will be held in honor of the lost one’s Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m. at the rock which is located on Farm Lane and Auditorium Rd. 

“Grief is a profoundly personal thing, and we know the healing process will not be swift. We must take time to think, mourn and be together,” Michigan State’s Interim President Teresa K. Woodruff said.