Exterior of Butterfield Hall

Exterior of Butterfield Hall

Permanent Single in Butterfield Hall

Permanent Single in Butterfield Hall

Designated Single in Butterfield Hall

Designated Single in Butterfield Hall

Double Room in Butterfield Hall

Double Room in Butterfield Hall

Double Room in Butterfield Hall

Double Room in Butterfield Hall

Butterfield Hall

Butterfield Hall is part of Brody Neighborhood. Opened in 1953, Butterfield Hall is named for Kenyon Butterfield, a MSU graduate who also served as President of the university between 1924 and 1928. During his tenure, Butterfield fostered an expansion of the MAU extension program. 

Room Features

  • Community-style bathrooms
  • Single- and double-person rooms
  • All rooms furnished
  • Loftable beds
  • Cable TV and high-speed internet included
  • Wi-Fi in rooms
  • All utilities included
  • Barrier-free housing
  • Co-ed floors

Building Features

  • Community kitchen
  • Card-access security
  • 24/7 emergency maintenance service
  • Free laundry
  • Wi-Fi in public areas
  • Air conditioning in public areas
  • Bike storage room
  • Study rooms
  • Meditation/prayer room with foot washing station
  • Fitness room
  • TV lounge
  • Large community meeting space
  • LEED certified

 

Contact Information:

Community Director: Matea Caluk,  517-355-1509, caluk@msu.edu
Facilities Manager: Mike Hicks, 517-355-4542, hicksmi@msu.edu

Butterfield student groups wishing to reserve meeting space, e-mailBrodyBooking@rhs.msu.edu

Other groups wishing to reserve meeting space, e-mailOHBookings@rhs.msu.edu