Living-learning Communities and Residential Colleges
Michigan State University's living-learning, academic and special interest programs allow students who share similar academic interests or interests in multi-cultural living experiences to live together in a designated residence hall or on a particular residence hall floor.
Many of the living-learning options allow students to attend class with the same group of peers in their residence hall, which enhances friendships and networking and facilitates ease of gatherings and study time.
Residence Education and Housing Services is proud to partner with these programs as they seek to enhance students' experiences at MSU.
Roommate rules specific to the Living Learning Communities
- Degree-granting Residential Colleges
James Madison College — Case Hall
Lyman Briggs College — Holmes Hall
Residential College for the Arts and Humanities — Snyder-Phillips Hall
- Residential Communities
Honors College — First Year - Bryan, Holmes, Gilchrist, Mason/Abbot, Snyder/Phillips, McDonel, Case, Holden (Academic Scholars Program)
Second-Year - Holmes, Gilchrist, Snyder/Phillips, McDonel, Case, Holden (Academic Scholars Program)
Residential Business Community — McDonel Hall
Drew Scholars — Rather Hall
College of Engineering Cornerstone and Residential Experience (CoRe) — First-year housing: Wilson, Wonders Halls
Second-year housing: Wonders, Shaw, and Emmons halls
Residential Initiative for the Study of the Environment (RISE) — Bailey Hall
- Special Interest Communities
CAMP — Holden Hall
ROTC — Case Hall
Music — Mayo Hall
Detroit Made - Holden Hall