Exterior Hubbard Hall

Exterior Hubbard Hall

Double Room (Suite Style), Hubbard Hall

Double Room (Suite Style), Hubbard Hall

Double Room (Suite Style), Hubbard Hall

Double Room (Suite Style), Hubbard Hall

Designated Single Room (Suite Style), Hubbard Hall

Designated Single Room (Suite Style), Hubbard Hall

Designated Single Room (Suite Style), Hubbard Hall

Designated Single Room (Suite Style), Hubbard Hall

Hubbard Hall

Hubbard Hall is part of East Neighborhood. It was built in 1966 and named after Bela Hubbard, a Detroit farmer and geologist whose proposal for an agricultural college led to the creation of MSU. Hubbard Hall is the tallest building in the East Lansing area.

Room Features

  • Suite-style bathrooms
  • Rooms with private baths available
  • Single- and double-person rooms
  • All rooms furnished
  • Loftable beds
  • Cable TV and high-speed internet included
  • Wi-Fi in rooms
  • All utilities included
  • Quiet floors
  • Co-ed floors
  • Optional meal plan
  • Individual leases

Building Features

  • In-hall dining
  • Community kitchen
  • East engagement center, including academic advising and health clinic
  • Card-access security
  • 24/7 emergency maintenance service
  • Free laundry
  • Wi-Fi in public areas
  • Classrooms
  • Bike storage room
  • Large community meeting space
  • Computer lab
  • Study rooms

Contact Information:
North Hubbard Service Center: 517-353-8469
South Hubbard Service Center: 517-353-8113
Community Director: Monda Kindle, 517-353-8466, kindlera@msu.edu
Facilities Manager: Chip Hornburg, 517-353-9771, hornburg@msu.edu

Hubbard student groups wishing to reserve meeting space, e-mail ECBookings@rhs.msu.edu
Other groups wishing to reserve meeting space, e-mail OHBookings@rhs.msu.edu