In 2015, our students voted to construct a new health and wellness center on campus with a student fee. Two weeks ago the new 39,000-square-foot, three-story facility opened for business.
In addition to our students who are funding the facility with student fees, I want to thank our donors and supporters who made the new center possible. The Magers family made a naming contribution for the center. The facility has been named the Magers Health and Wellness Center. Other significant contributions include:
- Richard Biagioni who made a naming gift for the women’s clinic in memory of Dr. Lisa Drabinowicz, an MSU physician who was killed in a car crash in 1994
- The Sunderland Foundation who made a gift to the support the main lobby in the center
- The Bee Payne Stewart Foundation who made a gift to support the wellness center suites
- The Dr. Dave Muegge family
Center sets MSU apart
The Magers Health and Wellness Center demonstrates the value Missouri State places on health and wellness for students, employees and families.
In addition to the services provided at the old center, the new Magers Health and Wellness Center houses the counseling center (formerly located in Carrington Hall), a sports medicine clinic and the Dr. Lisa Drabinowicz Women’s Center.
The Magers Health and Wellness Center features:
- A full-service pharmacy with drive-through
- A dedicated travel clinic
- 33 examination rooms
- Expanded hours to include evenings and Saturday mornings
I encourage all of our students, faculty and staff to take advantage of the many services offered at the new Magers Health and Wellness Center.
Thanks for all you do for Missouri State!