"In 1875-1895 it was not very unusual for a student or two to come down with measles or mumps and be followed by large numbers until the disease had literally gone through the College student body of one hundred fifty to three hundred. The writer recalls several distressing instances of this character. How would it be with our attendance of 1700 students?"

"From 1909 to the present it has been impossible for such a thing to happen because there are four well-equipped isolation hospitals besides the general hospital used for students ill with non-contagious diseases. We have probably one of the best systems of isolation hospitals in Michigan at a moderate cost." [1] [2] [3]
  1. ^ Beal, "A History of Michigan Agricultural College," Pg 273. Lansing Michigan, Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co. 1915.
  2. ^ Photo in Beal pg 286
  3. ^ Photo on First Hospital on Campus in Beal pg 285