MSU North Neighborhood

North Neighborhood

North Neighborhood combines what were formerly known as Red Cedar and West Circle. It includes Mason/Abbot and Snyder/Phillips halls, just north of the Red Cedar River and Campbell, Gilchrist, Landon, Mayo, Williams and Yakeley halls situated along Michigan and Grand River Avenues on what was MSU’s original campus.

North Neighborhood halls are the oldest residence halls on campus and feature traditional collegiate-style architecture. Fitness centers are located in Snyder and Yakeley halls, and the North Neighborhood Engagement Center is located in the MSU Union on the 2nd floor.

The Residential College in the Arts and Humanities is located in the North Neighborhood as well, occupying Snyder and Phillips Halls.

North Neighborhood Residence Halls
Abbot Hall
Campbell Hall
Gilchrist Hall
Landon Hall
Mason Hall
Mayo Hall
Phillips Hall
Snyder Hall
Williams Hall
Yakeley Hall

Neighborhood Features

  • Dining locations include Heritage Commons in Landon Hall and The Gallery in Snyder-Phillips
  • CATA bus stops
  • Bike racks
  • Basketball courts
  • Picnic areas and/or tables

Nearby Points of Interest

  • On Campus: MSU Union, Adams Field, College of Music
  • Off Campus: Downtown East Lansing, East Lansing business incubators, Michigan Flyer bus service to Detroit Metro Airport and Ann Arbor

Important Contacts for North Neighborhood

Rebecca Richards, Community Director, West Circle Halls (Campbell, Gilchrist, Landon, Mayo, Williams, Yakeley)

Kelsey Skinner, Community Director, Mason/Abbot and Snyder/Phillips Halls

Chip Hornburg, Facilities Manager

Don Donagrandi, Dining Manager, Brody Square and Heritage Commons at Landon Hall

Robbia Pipper, Dining Manager, The Gallery at Snyder/Phillips and Snyder Hall

Eduardo Olivo, Assistant Director of Residence Eduation, North Neighborhood