Michigan State University offers housing for undergraduate and graduate students in 27 residence halls and two apartment communities. In these facilities multiple housing options are available including living learning communities, flexible housing, alcohol-free, and quiet floors. Upper-class students may choose apartments in Akers, Van Hoosen, or rooms/apartments without a dining plan in Williams, and University Village. Students in the residence halls receive free weekly linen and towel service and on-site free laundry facilities. Many of the residence halls offer community kitchens and cardio rooms in addition to student lounges and other spaces to enhance the Spartan experience.

Spartan Village offers accommodations for married students, single parent families, single graduate students, and some single undergraduate students. Recreational and adult enrichment programs are offered for students and families.

Michigan State University offers students, faculty, staff and guests award winning on-campus dining in a variety of facilities across campus. Dining halls are located in each Neighborhood and hours are posted at http://eatatstate.com/. There are 19 coffee shops and convenience retail shops throughout campus and two Starbucks.

The residence hall community at MSU is based on the Neighborhood concept; a program that brings resources directly to students where they live in the residence halls. These resources include tutoring, advising, Nurse Practitioners, free fitness classes, and staff from across campus encouraging intercultural development and communication. The MSU Neighborhood model is a state-of-the-art housing concept created to help students learn, develop, and persist to graduation.

Residence Education and Housing Services staff fosters living environments that support the academic social, and emotional well-being of students. Residence Education and Housing Services focuses on a variety of areas impacting students’ overall on-campus living experience at MSU, including: residence education, housing assignments, housing operations, facilities, maintenance and conference management. Staff members provide educational programs, advise student groups, mediate interpersonal disputes, facilitate community standards, and serve as liaisons and referral agents for students seeking additional campus or community resources.

For information on housing options refer to: Academic Programs or call the Housing Assignments Office, (517) 884-LIVE or (877) 9LIVEON. Website: www.liveon.msu.edu/livinglearning or email liveon@mail.rhs.msu.edu.