Graduate School Office of Well-Being

Welcome, Graduate and Professional Students!

Whether you're pursuing a master's, doctoral, or professional degree, graduate school can be one of the most exciting and challenging experiences you undertake. Formerly known as the office of Graduate Student Life & Wellness, the Graduate School Office of Well-Being (GROW) serves as a handbook to your well-being at MSU to help you navigate your way.

“Well-being” and “wellness” can be reduced to buzzwords easily these days, but they can also describe the kind of foundation that is crucial for success academically, professionally, and personally. GROW’s mission is to provide opportunities to build skills that help you address the challenges of graduate school that impact your well-being. We will help you find tools, resources, and programs to help you nor just survive but actually thrive while achieving your academic and professional goals.

Click here to meet the GROW Team

Upcoming Events

Registration is now open for the In Joy! Gala.

MSU Graduate and Professional Students, join us for a resplendent multicultural joy-filled night of celebration, appreciation, and gratitude, in community and with community—Sat, April 20. Registration & More Info Here: Free for all MSU graduate and professional students. 

About Us 

The Graduate School Office of Well-Being is a collaborative effort to help support graduate students in the pursuit of their advanced degrees and a well-balanced life. Click here to learn more about GROW's vision and mission.

Well-Being Resources

Click here to learn more about specific resources available to you as graduate and professional students to help support you in your academic, professional, and personal success. 

Leadership Collective 

The Leadership Collective exists to support and develop graduate students to become dynamic leaders, strategically influencing their academic communities while at Michigan State and beyond. Click here to learn more about opportunities for leadership development. 


To learn more, please email the GROW Director, Meg Moore at
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