Greek Community Chapter Houses. Many Greek-letter organizations provide small-group living-learning opportunities within the East Lansing community. In addition to housing, the Greek community offers various educational, academic, service, social, athletic and leadership opportunities. Contact the Greek governing boards in 325/326 Student Services Building or greeklife.msu.edu for more information.

Cooperative Living Units. The 15 area co-ops are student owned and managed houses offering social and economic benefits for 5-29 members. Each house is run democratically. Contact the MSU Student Housing Cooperative, 541 E. Grand River, (517) 355-8313, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, or at www.msu.coop, or email coop@msu.edu.

Religious Living Units. In general, living in religious living units is similar to living in other residences with the addition of a denominational religious experience. These units include Living ROCK (men), East Lansing Student Living Center (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints), and the Hillel Jewish Student Center. Contact the Department of Student Life, 101 Student Services Building, (517) 355-8286.

Off-Campus Housing Listing Services. An online listing of area rentals in a searchable database is accessible through the MSU website: http://offcampushousing.msu.edu. This free-to-students service is accessible 24 hours a day and offers educational tools to assist students in being informed and responsible tenants and allows students to bookmark their favorite properties. MSU students may also post one free subletting listing and search for roommates. For additional information about living in the city of East Lansing, please visit: http://collegelifeel.msu.edu. For any questions please contact stulife@msu.edu.