1. ALL-UNIVERSITY POLICY FOR USE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY FACILITIES AND SERVICES
Exclusive of University residence halls, Food Stores and Kellogg Center, by Students; and for Revenue-Producing Projects of Students (Student Group Regulation).

2. USE OF SPACE IN RESIDENCE HALLS
(Student Group Regulation)

Residence halls at Michigan State University have been designed to include multipurpose space for academic, social, cultural, governmental, and recreational programs. Residence hall space is primarily for the use and benefit of those students who reside in residence halls during a regular academic semester (which is defined as the first day of hall opening through hall closing for that semester). For this reason, all groups must receive permission to use space in a hall. Contact Residence Education and Housing Services for the full policy, including:

  • Campaigning, Canvassing and Petition Drives
  • General Guidelines for Space Use
  • Use of Space by Within-Hall Groups
  • Use of Space by Other Groups
  • Voter Registration

Use of space for conferences is coordinated through RHS Conference Services. Please contact them for all guidelines and parameters.

  • Residence Halls Association
  • Associated Students of Michigan State University
  • Vice President for Auxiliary Enterprises
  • May 5, 1972; July 22, 2014

(See also: General Student Regulation 2.00, 3.00, 4.00 and 5.00.)