Online Housing Sign-Up is HERE! 

With spring break behind you and final exams here before you know it, there’s a lot of things on your plate. Between balancing friends and classes, to deciding what CEM 141 tutoring session you’re going to this week, your schedule is full. Let us take the guesswork out of your Fall 2018 housing decision and live on campus.

Michigan State University has five distinct neighborhoods that allow you to make your on-campus experience uniquely MSU. Find what residence hall fits your personality by exploring each neighborhood and their distinct offerings.

When you are ready to sign your housing contract, log on to your iLiveOn account and sign up to return to live with us in Fall 2018.

We know you are busy, but there is still time to take advantage of living on at MSU. Online on-campus housing sign-up ends April 20. 

Case, Holden, Wilson, Wonders 
Located southwest of Spartan Stadium between West Shaw Lane and Trowbridge Road, comprised of coed floors and suite style rooms close to all your favorite sports. 
Holden Hall houses the South Neighborhood Engagement Center, offering easy access to free tutoring and academic advising. 

Shaw, McDonel, Van-Hoosen, Owen
Located in the heart of campus with beautiful Red Cedar River views and close proximity to academic buildings. 
Shaw Hall is a favorite of upperclassmen with the Vista at Shaw Dining Hall and its central location on campus.

Abbot, Campbell, Gilchrist, Landon, Mason, Mayo, Phillips, Snyder, Yakeley
Traditional, ivy-covered buildings, close to shopping & entertainment on Grand River Avenue. 
North Neighborhood also features Williams Hall—with kitchens on every floor and refrigerators in the rooms. 

Akers, Holmes, Hubbard

Located on the northeast side of campus, close to the Wharton Center for Performing Arts and the Business College Complex.
East Neighborhood also features Hubbard Hall, home of campus’ original Sparty’s and Engagement Center.  

Armstrong, Bailey, Bryan, Butterfield, Emmons, Rather
Located on the northwest side of campus just north of the Red Cedar River, comprised of newly renovated residence halls that feature modern amenities, community kitchens, study spaces and fitness centers.  
Brody Neighborhood is also a favorite among students for its award-winning Brody Square Dining Hall.   

For more information about on-campus housing at MSU, please contact the Housing Assignments Office at 517-884-5483 or