Welcome Home Spartans
Congratulations on being accepted to Michigan State University! As you transition to life at MSU, we want to help you choose the on-campus housing and dining options that are best for you and your lifestyle. All MSU students who sign their Housing Contract by May 1 have the option to select their own neighborhood, residence hall and room.
Here is how it works:
1. Sign your Housing Contract
Login to iLiveOn and sign by May 1, 2017. (If you have already done this go to step two!). In order to select your room you must complete your Housing Contract by May 1, 2017. Students who complete their contract after May 1, 2017 will be assigned a space by the Housing Assignments Office and will be notified of their assignment before arriving in the Fall.
2. Find Your Roomate
If you don't already have a roommate in mind, it's easy to find one using the Facebook Roomsync app. In collaboration with RoomSync, MSU gives students the ability to find and choose their roommates for a happier and more gratifying on-campus living experience.
Finding a new roommate on RoomSync is easy. Take a look at this guide to start searching!
3. Check Email
Make sure to check your MSU email for information on how to select your room and dining plan. You will receive a designated time to select your room and dining plan so make sure to check frequently!
4. Explore Your Neighborhoods
Get to know residents in your new neighborhood using social media! #SpartansLiveOn
Remember, all new students (freshmen and transfer) with 0-28 credits are required to live on campus.
EXPLORE WHAT CAMPUS LIVING HAS TO OFFER
On-campus housing offers a variety of options with the convenience of living in the heart of MSU. Our neighborhoods each have unique and individual features that will help you succeed during your time here at MSU!
Brody Neighborhood is located on the west side of campus just north of the Red Cedar River. Brody Neighborhood consists of six residence halls: Armstrong, Bailey, Bryan, Butterfield, Emmons and Rather.
North Neighborhood is located along Michigan Ave. and Grand River Ave. along the north side of campus. This neighborhood is made up of the oldest residence halls on campus and feature traditional collegiate style architecture. North Neighborhood consists of 10 residence halls: Campbell, Gilchrist, Landon, Mayo, Williams, Yakeley, Mason, Abbot, Snyder and Phillips.
RIVER TRAIL NEIGHBORHOOD
East Neighborhood is located on the East side of campus, on the intersection of Hagadorn and Shaw. East Neighborhood consists of three residence halls: Akers, Holmes and Hubbard. Hubbard and Holmes are the largest residence halls on campus.
Choosing a place to live can be overwhelming, but the MSU Neighborhood Model ensures that no matter where you make your on-campus home, you'll be close to the support you need to make your time at MSU a success. As always, we're here to help you find the option that is right for you! Contact the Housing Assignments Office if you have any questions.
Housing Assignments Office
219 Wilson Road, Room C101
East Lansing, MI 48825
Phone: 517-884-LIVE (5483) or 1-877-9 LIVE ON
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