Accessible: Halls designed for barrier-free access; public areas and individual student rooms accessible to wheelchair users. Most halls offer limited accessibility. Snyder, Phillips, Wilson, Case and Holmes are barrier free for wheelchair users. Additional amenities include telestrobe alarms, amplified headsets for phones and door signalers. Please visit Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD) for further information.
Alcohol-Free: Residents agree that neither they nor their guests will possess or consume alcoholic beverages nor will they possess empty alcoholic beverage containers in their rooms. Residents who violate the agreement are required to move to other halls. Floors five, six and seven of South Hubbard Hall are alcohol-free. Residents of any room in any hall can mutually agree to declare their rooms alcohol-free. Michigan State University complies with all state laws concerning the consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors.
Quiet Housing: All residents have the right to sleep and study in their rooms, free from the noise of others. On quiet floors, the minimum quiet times are from 8 p.m. to 10 a.m., and floors have the ability to expand these hours. There are individual quiet floors and entire quiet buildings as listed.
RoomSync: RoomSync is a Facebook application that helps residents find roommates.
Suite-Style: Two rooms with a connecting, shared bathroom. Rooms in Akers Hall have a unique style that features two-bedroom suites with a separate living/study area and a bathroom shared only by suite occupants.
Transitional Housing: A temporary assignment of three people to two-person room, four people to a three-person room, or five people to a four-person room. Resolving transitional housing is a top priority for Residence Education and Housing staff.
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