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Diversity Resources

Welcome to the resources page for the Office of Diversity Programming at James Madison College. Members of our community should feel free to reach out to the following offices as needed. 

 

If you are on or around campus and feel particularly concerned about your safety, contact the MSU Police Department:

1120 Red Cedar Rd.
(517) 355-2221
(In case of emergency, call 911)

 

Campus and Community Resources

OCAT-Office of Cultural and Academic Transitions
339 Student Services Building
517-353-7745

Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender Resource Center
302 Student Services Building
517-353-9520

Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS)
International Center, Room 105
517-353-1720

Office for Civil Rights and Title IX
Olds Hall, Suite 105
517-353-3922

Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives

Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities
120 Bessey Hall
517-884-7273

DEI Library Guide

Staff may access the Employee Assistance Program in the Office of the University Physician
(517) 353-8933

Mental and Physical Health
CAPS Connect (drop in counseling)

Courtney Brown will be providing CAPS Connect services beginning September 14 on Tuesdays from 1:30-3 PM.

Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
Olin Health Center, 3rd Floor
517-355-8270

Olin Health Center
Located on East Circle Drive between Berkey Hall and the Grand River parking ramp.
517-884-6546

Group Counseling (for full list of groups)

Services for LGBTQ+ students

Black women students
Dr. Easterly (easterl5@msu.edu), Dr. Gaines (gaineste@msu.edu), and two doctoral interns are providing a weekly virtual space for the month of July. This information was sent to JMC students.

Black men students
Also, Dr. Bruce and Jessica Mitchell-Corsino also hold group sessions for Black-identifying men. You can contact them at brucejrj@msu.edu or mitch921@msu.edu for additional information/questions/registration. This information was also sent to JMC students.