College of
Human
Medicine

The STATE of Michigan is our Campus

Medical education and research at the College of Human Medicine's campus spans the state of Michigan.

First and second-year students begin the medical education program in either Grand Rapids or on the campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing. Third and fourth-year students aquire clinical skills and experience at nearly a dozen leading hospitals, health systems and clinics in communities throughout Michigan at seven community campuses including Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Midland Regional, Southeast Michigan, Traverse City and the Upper Peninsula Region.

The headquarters for the College of Human Medicine, the Secchia Center, is a $90 million, privately-funded medical education building located in Grand Rapids along the "medical mile." With its opening in 2010, MSU College of Human Medicine achieved its expansion goal of 800 students fall 2013, completing the nation’s largest allopathic medical school expansion.

In East Lansing, students spend most of their time in the Life Sciences Building and Clinical Center complex located in the southeast corner of the beautiful and spacious campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing. This complex includes the Robert Echt Computer Laboratory and Learning Resource Center.

Both East Lansing and Grand Rapids offer quiet study and classroom areas, computer labs, lecture facilities, the MSU Science Library satellite and clinical skills teaching areas. The college is connected through state of the art technology, wherein students, faculty, staff and partnering institutions at any location throughout the state can interact via technology.

College of Human Medicine Headquarters - The Secchia Center
The College of Human Medicine Headquarters - The Secchia Center

MSU Clinical Center

MSU Clinical Center

MSU Life Sciences Building

MSU Life Sciences Building