Facilities and Resources

Discover your home base

We’re located in the state-of-the-art O'Reilly Clinical Health Sciences Center, on the northwest corner of campus.

This place has everything you need to become a skilled and caring occupational therapist.

What you can use for learning, research and treatment

At O’Reilly, you have access to unique tools and spaces.

Features include:

Workstations, tools and equipment

  • 3D printing
  • Bioness Integrated Therapy System (vision, motor and balance training)
  • Bioness H200 (hand paralysis rehab)
  • BTE PrimusRS Functional Simulator System (high-performance rehab)
  • Integrated Listening Systems (non-invasive multisensory therapy)
  • Interactive Metronome (training and assessment tool)
  • High-fidelity mannequins
  • Medical equipment
  • nfant (infant feeding system and solution)
  • SaeboReJoyce (hand and upper extremities rehab)
  • SaeboVR Rehab (stroke recovery)
  • Sensory and adaptive equipment
  • Simucase (simulation-based learning)

Labs, clinics and rooms

  • Activities of Daily Living (ADL) and Instrument Activities of Daily Living (AIDL) labs
  • Faculty offices and meeting rooms
  • Lecture halls
  • MSU Care
  • Pediatric room
  • Rehab courtyard
  • Simulation labs
  • Student lounge
  • Treatment rooms
  • Work and study spaces

These places and tools are built among a universal design – giving you greater options for access and learning.

Take a look inside our classes

  • Practice makes perfect

    Students work on sliding board techniques during class.

  • GoBabyGo

    During GoBabyGo, students help children with developmental disabilities use adapted cars.

  • GoBabyGo

    Going for a test drive.

  • Can you see me now?

    Students practice eyesight and vision tests during an OT class.

  • Virtual reality lab

    Students help a client complete a virtual reality game.

  • At the store

    Students help the client practice grocery shopping.

  • Nice ride

    Helping the client get in and out of a car.

  • Inside O'Reilly

    O’Reilly Clinical Health Sciences Center has large spaces for students to study and relax together.

  • Getting out of bed

    Simulated living areas build the skills you need to work with clients.

  • Just like home

    Students demonstrate helping a client use the kitchen.

  • Having fun

    Games and toys are a common part of your OT classes.

Interprofessional learning: Have the full health care experience

Teamwork is a big part of what we do. You won’t study in a silo.

As you complete your degree, you’ll team up with students in other health care fields.

You’ll have exposure to nursing, physical therapy, anesthesia, biomedical sciences and more.

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