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Student Comments

  • Living on campus was a great experience. The dorms were clean, decent sized with comfortable college bedding, and safe. The cafeteria food was very good and there were always many options. There was always something to do on campus, whether it was intramural sports, going to see a movie, being involved in clubs, or religious groups. The social atmosphere was great, and it is very easy to meet people. Even though the campus was large, the busing made getting to class very easy and I would recommend getting a bus pass. I tried to schedule my classes close together so I could have them back-to-back (Briex23, College Prowler).
  • Location, location, location. Depending on where your classes are, choose the dorm that's the closest to them. The campus itself if pretty big where from getting from point A to point B could be a half hour walk.
  • Housing was a fairly easy process, the earlier you book the more likely you are going to get your first choice. The good thing about State is that they have so many options, co-ed, singles, girls only, suite style or shared bathroom. With different styles also come different attitudes, but overall, people are friendly and most of the time they have their doors open.
    Upper class dorms tend to be better; they have bigger space and they are often more centrally located than other dorms (unhitchedfern, College Prowler).
  • The dorms on campus are either in a new and trendy building, suite style, or in old collegiate, ivy covered buildings that send you back a century (channajd, College Prowler).
  • The campus at Michigan State University is top notch. The social atmosphere is incredibly friendly; striking up a conversation with a complete stranger is a common daily occurrence for many students. Between the blooming botanical gardens and the glorious red cedar river, the beauty of this campus is definitely worth mentioning. Not to forget everyone's favorite topic: food. There are 17 different on-campus dining halls to choose from, including an organic caf (gurditnaruoy, College Prowler).
  • All of the dorm rooms at Michigan State are pretty small but it is ok because many people do not spend that much time in their rooms. All the people on my floors both years I lived in the dorms were all super friendly and willing to meet new people. The R.A.s do an amazing job of organizing floor activities so everyone can hang out even more. It is nice too because if you are hungry for a late night snack you can go downstairs to the Sparty's store and get tons of food and any other necessities like deodorant. It is a little pricy to live on campus but cheaper than most apartments and it is a close walk to all your classes, maybe even in the same building (setarebe, College Prowler).
  • Dorm life on Michigan State Campus isn't the most desirable, but for freshman the experience is necessary. There are many activities to participate in while living in the dorm, and most dorms have outdoor recreation available, such as basketball and sand volleyball courts. Dorm buildings itself are a little outdated, but renovations are being made every year (chavezr3, College Prowler).
  • For an unofficial video tour check out Unigo.
Brody Hall

Brody Neighborhood

  • Basics
    • West side of campus just north of Red Cedar River
    • Media Lounge in Brody Hall
    • Parking lot outside buildings
    • Near Spartan Athletic facilities and Breslin Student Events Center
  • Dining
    • Brody Square
      • Pangeo
        • Made-to-order stir fry and international cuisine
      • Ciao!
        • Freshly made pizza, deli sandwiches, grinders, wraps and Panini
      • Dolce
        • MSU Bakers desserts, shakes and fruit smoothies
          • Features local Hudsonville ice cream
      • Brimstone Grille
        • Burgers, chicken sandwiches, grilled-to-order sandwiches, etc.
      • Homestyle
        • Comfort food with rotisserie chicken
      • Veg Out
        • Vegan and vegetarian entrees, vegetarian deli and juice bar
      • Boiling Point
        • Made-to-order pasta toss with house-made pasta
      • Cayenne's
        • Made-to-order Southwestern fare with house-made tortillas
      • S2
        • Salads and hand-rolled sushi
    • Sparty's Cafe;
      • Coffee, pizza, made-to-order items, and convenience items
        • Located in Brody Hall
  • Rooms
    • Community-style bathrooms
    • Co-ed by wing (except Butterfield)
    • Largest student rooms on campus
    • Included furniture
      • dresser, desk, chair, and bed
    • Approximate Room Dimensions
      • 13' 9 3/4" x 12' 8 1/2"
  • Student Comments
    • I lived in Brody my freshman year and loved it. The majority of the other students were freshman and everyone was looking to make friends and explore MSU and East Lansing together (Suffetyb, College Prowler).
    • A zillion freshmen, almost always parties/mayhem going on. Best cafeteria on campus. Some areas are being remodeled (really pretty). Pretty far from the rest of campus (fa-la-la-lena, College Confidential).
    • Brody has the best cafeteria and great location near Grand River but Hubbard is a lot chiller and usually closer to the classes (gabireihanian, College Prowler).
    • Brody has by far the best dining and the most job opportunities, but the life over the weekend is very loud. I would recommend trying to live in the Wilson/Wonders/Case complex (seidelgr, College Prowler).
    • Brody is not too bad, I personally don't care for it but the location is a lot better than east complex and it is definitely a good dorm for freshmen (pietrusi, College Prowler).

Residence Halls

Armstrong Hall
  • Armstrong Hall
    • Located in Southwest corner
    • Rooms
      • Single, double, and quad rooms
        • Room floor plans
        • Building floor plans
    • Features
      • Quiet floors available
      • Lofted beds
      • Study lounge on floors
    • Renovation
      • Planned May 2012 closed until fall 2013
  • Bailey Hall
  • Bailey Hall
    • Under construction until July 2010
      • Click here for more info
    • Rooms
      • Single, double, and quad rooms
        • Room floor plans
        • Building floor plans
    • Features
      • Quiet floors available
  • Bryan Hall
      Bryan Hall
    • Located in Northwest corner
    • Rooms
      • Single, double, and quad rooms
        • Room floor plans
        • Building floor plans
    • Features
      • Designated quiet hall
      • Second floor honors floor
        • Male and female wing
      • Barrier free housing
      • Lofted beds
      • Study lounges
    • Renovation
      • Planned May 2012 - fall 2013
  • Butterfield Hall Butterfield Hall
    • Located in Northeast corner
    • Rooms
      • Single, double, and quad rooms
        • Room floor plans
        • Building floor plans
    • Features
      • Returning student community
      • Quiet floors available
      • Window air conditioners
      • Community Kitchen
      • Barrier Free Housing
      • Study lounges
    • Renovation
      • Planned May 2013 - July 2014
  • Emmons Hall Emmons Hall
    • Located in Southeast corner
    • Renovated in 2010
    • Rooms
      • Single, double, and quad rooms
        • Room floor plans
        • Building floor plans
    • Features
      • Community kitchen
      • Quiet floors available
      • Barrier Free Housing
      • Lofted beds
      • Outlet Media Lounge
      • Study areas
      • Game room
      • Key Card Entry to student wings
  • Rather Hall Rather Hall
    • Located in Northwest corner
    • Rooms
      • Single, double, and quad rooms
        • Room floor plans
        • Building floor plans
    • Features
      • Barrier Free Housing
      • Lofted beds
      • Outlet Media Lounge
      • Designated alcohol free hall
    • Living-Learning Community
    • Renovation
      • Currently under construction until July 2012
        • Click here for more info
East Neighborhood

East Neighborhood

  • Basics
    • Northeast side of campus
    • Located near IM east, the Wharton Center for Performing Arts, and the Business College Complex
    • Hubbard's North Lounge features:
      • Study Area
      • Lounge Area
      • Gaming Area
      • Group meeting Rooms
    • East Neighborhood Engagement Center
      • Brings together resources from all over campus
        • Academic advising
        • Olin Health services
        • Counseling Services
  • Dining
    • Akers Dining Hall
      • Core Menu
      • Publisher
        • Burgers, chicken sandwiches, specialty sandwiches, entrée salads, homemade soups, wings and French fries
      • Bamboo
        • Hand-rolled sushi, savory noodle dishes, stir fry, miso soup and teas
    • Holmes Dining Hall
      • Features late-night dining
        • Core Menu
        • Levels
          • Sicilian-style pizza and made-to-order grinders
        • Origins
          • Vegetarian entrees
            • soy and gluten-free items and grilled or broiled fresh fish
    • Hubbard Dining Hall
      • Core Menu
      • Piazza
        • Create your own pasta or try a featured dish.
        • Includes Caesar salad and bread
        • Breakfast offers made-to-order omelets and Belgian waffles
      • Terra Salsa Verde
        • Nachos, tostadas, tortas, and quesadillas made-to order and served with fresh salsas, guacamole and chimichurris.
    • Sparty's
      • Coffee, grilled items, made-to-order items, and convenience items
        • Located in Holmes and Hubbard
  • Student Comments
    • I'd keep away from east complex dorms (hubbard, akers, holmes) unless you are in a residential college mainly because they are really far away from most things (pietrusi, College Prowler).
    • Hubbard is newly remodeled with the first year experience. Hubbard/akers = lots of freshmen, relatively lively. Holmes = Lyman Briggs college (lots of studying done here). A bit out of the way - pretty far from the rest of campus (fa-la-la-lena, College Prowler).
  • Rooms
    • Suite-Style bathrooms
    • Included furniture
      • dresser, desk, chair, and bed
  • Halls East/West Akers Hall
    • East/West Akers Hall
      • Two-bedroom suites with separate living/study area and bathroom shared by suite occupants (apartment-like feel)
      • Coed Floors
      • Rooms
        • Single, double, triple, and quad rooms
          • Room Floor Plan
          • East Akers Building Floor Plan
          • West Akers Building Floor Plan
      • 20 Apartments available
        • 10 newly renovated
        • 4 scheduled for 2012
      • Features
        • East Akers designated Alcohol Free
        • Quiet floors
        • Coed Floors
        • Lofted Beds
        • Fitness room
        • Billiards room
        • Study lounges
        • Music practice room
        • Computer lab
        • Residence Hall Association Movie office in basement
      • Student Comments
        • I lived in Akers dorm for two years with three other roommates. I had a great dorm experience; I went in blind and loved my roommates. The rooms were two bedroom four person, with one bath. We had a small gym in the basement, and laundry rooms and movie rentals in the basement as well. My dorm was at one end of the campus and Michigan State has a huge campus so if your classes are across campus it will be a long way to class. (jhale90, College Prowler).
    • East/West Holmes Hall
    • East/West Holmes Hall
      • Largest Residence Hall on campus
      • Home to classrooms, laboratories and faculty/administrative offices of Lyman Briggs College
      • Coed and non-coed floors available
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • East Holmes Building Floor Plan
          • West Holmes Building Floor Plan
      • Features
        • Barrier-free housing
        • Lofted Beds
        • Modular Furniture in rooms
        • Quiet floors available
        • Fitness room
        • Weight room
        • Study lounges
        • Music practice room
        • Outlet media lounge
      • Living-Learning communities
    • North/South Hubbard Hall
    • North/South Hubbard Hall
      • Recently renovated
        • Reopened fall 2010
        • Coed floors
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • North Hubbard Building Floor Plan
          • South Hubbard Building Floor Plan
      • Features
        • Modular Furniture in suites
        • Lofted beds
        • Quiet floors available
        • Alcohol-free floors available
        • Study, lounging, and gaming rooms
        • Outlet media lounge
        • Between semester housing available
        • East Neighborhood Engagement center
          • Academic advising
          • Olin health services
          • Counseling
      • Living-Learning communities
        • Charles Drew Science Enrichment Laboratory Program
        • Residential Initiative for the study of the Environment (RISE)
      • Student Comments
        • I like living in Hubbard Hall because it's close to the student parking lot and it's the tallest dorm building on campus (College Prowler).
Red Cedar Neighborhood

Red Cedar Neighborhood

  • Basics
    • East side of campus just north of the Red Cedar River
    • Traditional, ivy-covered, collegiate Gothic-style halls with beautiful wood ornamentation and decorative plaster details
    • Halls located near the heart of campus
    • Near off campus shops and restaurants of Grand River Avenue
  • Rooms
    • Community Bathrooms
    • Included furniture
      • Desk, chair, bed, dresser
  • Dining
    • The Gallery at Snyder/Phillips
      • Features late-night dining
        • Brimstone Grille
          • Burgers, chicken sandwiches and more
        • New Traditions
          • Comfort and home-style food
        • Latitudes
          • International entrees
        • The Berg
          • Made-to-order salads and salad bar
        • Bliss
          • Delicious desserts
        • Ciao!
          • Pizza, subs and sandwiches
    • Sparty's
      • Coffee, pizza, made-to-order items, and convenience items
        • Located in Snyder and Phillips
  • Student Comments
    • The old dorms are Mason, Abbot, Phillips, Snyder, and Yakeley. They are close to Grand River where the bookstores and the hangouts are located (College Prowler).
    • A relatively quieter area than the rest of campus (aside from West Circle). Mason-Abbot: pretty quiet. Great central locations in the middle of campus, right by Grand River Ave where all the shops/stores/lots of off-campus housing are (fa-la-la-lena, College Confidential).
  • Halls Abbot Hall
    • Abbot Hall
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • Building floor plans
      • Features
        • Returning student community
        • Community Kitchenettes on 3rd floor
        • Loftable Beds
        • Study rooms
        • No elevators
      • Living and Learning Community
    • Mason Hall
    • Mason Hall
      • 1st floor Honors College female only
      • 2nd floor Honors College male only
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • Building floor plans
      • Features
        • Community Kitchenettes on 3rd floor
        • Quiet floors available
        • Study rooms
        • No elevators
      • Living and Learning Community
    • Phillips Hall
    • Phillips Hall
      • Part of 2nd floor is Honors College Male only
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • Building floor plans
      • Features
        • Barrier-free housing
        • Air conditioning in public areas
        • Modular furniture; no lofts
        • Keyless lock system
        • Group study room
        • Theater for performing arts
        • Art studio
        • Music practice rooms
        • Language proficiency center
        • Art gallery
      • Living and Learning Community
    • Snyder Hall
    • Snyder Hall
      • Part of 2nd floor is Honors College Female only
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plan
          • Building floor plans
      • Features
        • Barrier-free housing
        • Air conditioning in public areas
        • Modular furniture; no lofts
        • Keyless lock system
        • Group study room
        • Theater for performing arts
        • Art studio
        • Music practice rooms
        • Language proficiency center
        • Art gallery
      • Living and Learning Community
River Trail Neighborhood

River Trail Neighborhood

  • Basics
    • North of the Red Cedar River
    • Near Business College Complex, MSU College of Law, College of Osteopathic Medicine, College of Human Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, and Wharton Center for Performing Arts.
  • Rooms
    • Included furniture
      • dresser, desk, chair, and bed
  • Dining
    • Riverwalk Market at Owen Hall
      • View Menu
        • Coffee Shop
          • Cold and hot beverages with bakery items from MSU Bakers
        • Grill
          • Made-to-order burgers and sandwiches
        • Pizza
          • Variety of whole pizzas and gourmet slices
        • International
          • Entrees from around the world
        • Core
          • Home-style entrée menu items
        • Convenience items
          • Dine on-the-go with beverages, sandwiches, chips, etc.
    • Shaw Dining Hall
      • Core Menu
      • Captain Peapods
        • Vegetarian and vegan options
      • The Grill
        • Stir-fry and assorted sandwiches
    • Sparty's
      • Coffee, made-to-order items, and convenience items
        • Located in McDonel Hall
  • Student Comments
    • A relatively quieter area than the rest of campus (aside from West Circle). McDonel: mostly transfers/international students. Shaw: mostly business students/upperclassmen (fa-la-la-lena, College Confidential).
  • Halls East/West McDonel Hall
    • East/West McDonel Hall
      • Optimal housing for returning and transfer students
      • Quiet, more mature atmosphere
      • Both coed and non-coed floors available
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plan
          • East McDonel Building floor plan
          • West McDonel Building floor plan
        • Suite-style bathrooms
      • Features
        • Quiet floors available
        • Returning student community
        • Alcohol-free floors available
        • Loftable beds
        • Fitness room
        • Weight room
        • Community Kitchen
        • Music practice room
      • Living and Learning Community
        • La Casa
          • 3rd floor of West McDonel
        • Broad Business
    • East/West Owen Graduate Hall
    • East/West Owen Graduate Hall
      • Ideal for graduate, professional, and undergraduate upperclassman who desire a studying environment
      • Renovated 2009
      • Awards
        • The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)
          • The 2010 SCUP Excellence in Planning Award
          • The SCUP Excellence in Landscape Architecture Award
          • The SCUP/American Institute of Architects-Committee on Architecture for Education
      • Coed floors
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms (mostly singles)
          • Room Floor Plan
          • East Owen Building floor plan
          • West Owen Building floor plan
        • Suite-style bathroom
      • Features
        • Complimentary weekly bathroom cleaning
        • Open year-round
        • Quiet rooms available
        • Air conditioning in public areas
        • Barrier-free rooms
        • Community kitchen
        • Media lounge
        • Returning student community
        • Law college and VIPP
        • New beds as of summer 2010
        • Active landline for phones in resident rooms with caller ID and voicemail
        • Game room
        • TV Room
        • Study rooms
        • Between semester housing
        • Modular furniture; no lofts
    • North/South Van Hoosen Apartments
    • North/South Van Hoosen Apartments
      • Female only
      • Upperclassmen only
      • Minimum GPA of 2.2
      • Rooms
        • Fully furnished
          • Shared living, kitchen, dining area, bathroom, and one large bathroom
          • Single, double, triple, and quad apartments
            • Room Floor Plans
            • North Van Hoosen building plans
            • South Van Hoosen building plans
      • Features
        • Barrier-free housing
        • Air conditioning
        • Ethernet hook-up
        • Active landline for phones in resident rooms with caller ID and voicemail
        • New modular beds summer 2010; no lofts
        • Study rooms
        • Between semester housing
        • Community building
          • Social events
          • Resident laundry facilities
    • East/West Shaw Hall
    • East/West Shaw Hall
      • Conveniently located in the center of campus
      • Popular option for returning students
      • Rooms
        • Single, double, triple and quad
          • Room Floor Plan
          • East Shaw Building floor plan
          • West Shaw Building floor plan
        • Community Bathrooms
      • Features
        • Air conditioning in public areas
        • Modular furniture; no lofts
        • Quiet floors available
        • Study lounges
      • Living and Learning Community
        • Broad Residential Option for Academic Distinction
          • Freshman Program
      • Student Comments
        • I live in Shaw. It's a great option. The location is great and they're renovating the cafeteria starting this summer (Suffetyb, College Prowler).
        • Living on campus was great my freshman year. I stayed in Shaw which is directly in the middle of campus so everything was in a walking distance. The environment is friendly and the bus transit system is dependable (Jones155, College Prowler).
South Neighborhood

South Neighborhood

  • Basics
    • Southwest of Spartan Stadium
    • Near Breslin Center, Munn Ice Arena, IM Sports West, and outdoor tennis facilities
    • Coed Floors
  • Rooms
    • Suite-style rooms
    • Included furniture
      • desk, chair, dresser, and bed
  • Dining
    • South Point at Case Hall
      • Newly renovated
        • Great Lakes Plate
          • Entrees with ingredients from the Michigan and Midwest
        • Ciao!
          • Pizza, subs and sandwiches
        • Bliss
          • Desserts featuring made-to-order crepes
        • Brimstone Grill
          • Grill menu items
        • S2
          • Salads and hand-rolled sushi
    • Holden Dining Hall
      • Newly renovated
        • Pangea
          • International cuisine
        • Homestyle
          • Comfort food
        • Veg Out
          • Vegetarian and vegan menu options
        • The Berg
          • Made-to-order salads and salad bar
        • Plus desserts and creamery featuring Hudsonville Ice Cream
    • Wilson Dining Hall
      • Southwestern Fare
        • Tacos and more
      • Italian Kitchen
        • Pizza and pasta
      • The Hub
        • Made-to-order sandwiches
      • Kosher cuisine
        • Dinner entrees
          • Available Sunday - Thursday
    • Sparty's
      • Coffee, pizza, made-to-order items, and convenience items
        • Located in Case, Holden, and Wilson
  • Student Comments
    • I personally like living in South Complex (Case, Wonders, Wilson, Holden) because it is closest to the athletic facilities, Spartan stadium, and the breslin center among other things, and is relatively close to classes (pietrusi, College Prowler).
    • Good mix of sophomores/upperclassmen and freshmen, known to be pretty social. Wonders & Case = lots of athletes. Case hall = James Madison College. Wilson = first year Spartan engineering experience. Holden = lots of freshmen. The best location on campus for those interested in sports because of its proximity to Spartan Stadium, IM West & the Breslin Center (fa-la-la-lena, College Confidential).
  • Halls North/South Case Hall
    • North/South Case Hall
      • Near James Madison College
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • North Case Hall Building plans
          • South Case Hall Building plans
      • Features
        • Quiet floors available
        • Barrier-free rooms
        • Modular furniture; no lofts
        • Air conditioned public areas
        • Study lounges
      • Living-Learning Communities
    • East/West Holden Hall
    • East/West Holden Hall
      • Four coed-by-suite floors
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • East Holden Hall Building plans
          • West Holden Hall Building plans
      • Features
        • Modular furniture; no lofts
        • MSU's student radio station; impact 89 FM
        • Community Kitchen
        • Outlet Media Lounge
        • Study lounges
        • Quiet floors available
      • Living and Learning Community
        • Academic Scholars Program
          • Freshman only
          • For students who are interested in enhancing their academic program during their first two years of college.
        • College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
        • High School Equivalency Program (HEP)
        • Second Year Experience Program
    • East/West Wilson Hall
    • East/West Wilson Hall
      • Two coed-by-suite floors
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plan
          • East Wilson Hall Building plans
          • West Wilson Hall Building plans
      • Features
        • Quiet floors available
        • Barrier-free rooms
        • Lofted beds
        • Study lounges
      • Living and Learning Community
        • Spartan Engineering Residential Experience
    • North/South Wonders Hall
    • North/South Wonders Hall
      • Two male only quiet floors
      • Two female only quiet floors
      • Two coed-by-suite floors
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • North Wonders Hall Building plans
          • South Wonders Hall Building plans
      • Features
        • Returning student community
          • 1-4 North Wonders Hall
        • Quiet floors available
        • Loftable beds
        • Study lounges
        • Between semester housing available
        • Sparty's retail store
      • Living and Learning Community
        • ROTC
West Circle Neighborhood

West Circle Neighborhood

  • Basics
    • Directly across from MSU Union
    • Near IM Circle, IM West, College of Music Building, and MSU Library
    • Built on MSU's original campus
  • Rooms
    • Community Style Bathrooms
    • Furniture included
      • Dresser, desk, bed, chair
  • Dining
    • Landon Dining
      • Late-night dining
        • Core Menu
        • Smoothie and Juice bar
          • Made-to-order smoothies and juices
            • Made with fresh fruits and vegetables
        • Pizza
          • Variety of gourmet slices
        • Sandwiches
          • Specialty sandwiches
            • Made with Boar's Head gluten-free meat and cheese
        • Vegetarian/Vegan
          • Entrees featuring vegetarian and vegan recipes
    • Yakeley Dining
      • Core Menu
      • Yakeley Deli
        • Burgers and specialty sandwiches
          • Made with organic deli meats and cheeses
      • Smoothie and Juice Bar
        • Made-to-order smoothies and juices
          • Made with fresh fruits and vegetables
      • Toss and Fry
        • Cooked-to-order entrée specials-of-the-day
  • Student Comments
    • West circle is nice but quiet (pietrusi, College Prowler).
    • Quietest area on campus. Lots of artsy/music kids, mostly upperclassmen. Central location close to grand river/Michigan ave where a lot of restaurants/businesses are (fa-la-la-lena, College Confidential).
  • Halls Campbell Hall
    • Campbell Hall
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms available
          • Room Floor Plan
          • Building floor plan
      • Amenities
        • Quiet floors available
        • Lofted beds
        • Media lounge
        • Group study rooms
      • Living and Learning Community
        • Music
    • Gilchrist Hall
    • Gilchrist Hall
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms available
          • Room Floor Plans
          • Building floor plans
      • Amenities
        • Alcohol-free floors available
        • Quiet floors available
        • Lofted beds
        • Group study rooms
      • Living-Learning Community
    • Landon Hall
    • Landon Hall
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          available
          • Room Floor Plan
          • Building floor plan
      • Amenities
        • Lofted beds
        • Group study rooms
      • Living-Learning Community
        • Music
    • Mayo Hall
    • Mayo Hall
      • Built in 1931
        • Oldest residence hall
        • Renovated fall 2009
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • Building floor plans
      • Amenities
        • Barrier-free housing
        • Air conditioning in public areas
        • Quiet floors available
        • West Circle Business office
        • Loftable furniture
        • Group study rooms
      • Living-Learning Community
        • Music
    • Williams Hall
    • Williams Hall
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • Building floor plans
      • Amenities
        • Quiet floors available
        • Community Kitchens
        • Rooms equipped with 10 cubic ft. refrigerator
        • Optional meal plan
        • Group study rooms
        • Between semester housing
    • Yakeley Hall
    • Yakeley Hall
      • Female residence hall
      • Rooms
        • Single and double rooms
          • Room Floor Plans
          • Building floor plans
      • Amenities
        • Alcohol-free floors available
        • Quiet floors available
        • Lofted beds
        • Group study rooms
      • Living-Learning Community
        • Honors
        • Music
Source:
Michigan State University. 1 January 2012 http://liveon.msu.edu/