M.S.U Board of Regents are making changes at the university before heading into the fall semester.
One change is to the M.S.U. Student Handbook.
Officials at the university say national headlines have been a driving force to do so.
"The events at Penn State has effected the thinking of every board of regents, every university president, and all of those who are responsible for the safety of everyone on our campus," said Dr. Jesse Rogers, M.S.U. President.
The last time they made changes to the handbook was about five years ago.
M.S.U. regents also discussed a decline in enrollment at their meeting today.
"We've raised our admissions standards, the drop was largely our freshman class, and this economy," Dr. Rogers said.
Rogers says even with the decrease in recent enrollment the university is still on track to meet statewide standards.
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