CANR Response to Novel Coronavirus

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR), MSU AgBioResearch and MSU Extension have also been discussing special implications and situations unique to our organizations with MSU executive leadership. If you have questions for CANR leaders regarding novel coronavirus, please submit them using this CANR form.

MSU is also updating the website frequently, and there is a toll-free hotline to help address questions from our students, faculty, staff and parents at 888-353-1294.

General Inquiries
All general inquiries can be directed to 888-353-1294.

Media Inquiries
MSU University Communications is responding to media inquiries. Please direct any inquiries to Dan Olsen at, 517-884-8675.

MSU Coronavirus (COVID-19) Workplace Health Screening Form

Employment-related FAQs regarding novel coronavirus

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