MSU Family Advocacy
Information and Resources
MSU's Family Advocate position was established in 2009 with support from the President's Office, the Provost's Office, and the Women's Faculty Caucus. First titled "Parent Advocate", the name changed in 2011 to better reflect the diversity of family issues experienced by faculty, students and staff across the lifespan.
The role of the Family Advocate is to:
- Help parents and other family members navigate the University System and learn about MSU's policies and programs available to meet their individual and family needs.
- Serve as a "first stop" for faculty, students, and staff to receive information regarding who to contact with questions about current programs such as:
Student Family Support is available through the Return-to-Learn Student Family Resources.
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Contact a Family Advocate for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Family Advocate
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