The Michigan State University College of Human Medicine UP Campus is one of seven clinical campuses throughout the state where MSU-CHM students experience their Late Clinical Experiences (LCE). The program is located in Marquette, Michigan and is a partnership between Michigan State and UP Health System - Marquette, A Duke LifePoint Hospital. As a community-based medical school, MSU College of Human Medicine is uniquely positioned to provide students with comprehensive training in clinical settings that most closely parallel the environment in which many physicians typically practice.

Upon completion of their Early Clinical Experience (ECE), and Middle Clinical Experience (MCE), (years 1 and 2) at either the MSU campus in East Lansing or in Grand Rapids, up to 12 Rural Physician Program students head to the Upper Peninsula to experience their Late Clinical Experience (LCE) in years 3 and 4. ​

In addition to training medical students, the program is also closely affiliated with the Marquette Family Medicine Residency Program. The Residency Program is a three-year unopposed program for young physicians pursuing the specialty of family medicine. The program accepts six applicants each year.

The MSU College of Human Medicine UP Education Corporation also supports pre-medical education with shadowing and volunteer opportunities in addition to programs such as the Early Assurance Program, which assures medical school admission and enriched experiences for qualified pre-med students.

The MSU College of Human Medicine UP Campus is led by CEO and Community Assistant Dean Dr. Stuart Johnson and College of Human Medicine faculty. The MSU College of Human Medicine UP Education Corporation is aligned with area hospitals and outpatient facilities that join Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in creating a rich educational environment for students.​

For more information, call 906.449.3820.