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Not going anywhere for Spring Break? Neither are we!

Believe it or not, spring break is only a few weeks away! Many students are beginning to schedule plans for that week off, which this year is scheduled for March 2 through March 8. For those students not planning to travel during that week, MSU Housing offers the option to remain on campus with no registration or extra fee required.
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Sparty at a Basketball game

Spartan Basketball Game Watch

With the Spartan and Wolverine men’s basketball teams each having successful seasons, the upcoming rivalry showdown is bound to be a nail biter. We want to invite all students to join us in the McDonel Kiva at 2:45 p.m. on Sunday, February 24 to watch the game on the big screen and participate in some fun activities. Game-time is 3:45 p.m.
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Bailey room

Summer Housing at MSU

During Summer Semester 2019, MSU Residence Education and Housing Services is excited to offer housing free of charges for returning residents. This offer is exclusively for current traditional residence hall residents enrolled in MSU summer classes who have also signed up to live in a residence hall during Fall Semester 2019. In addition, students interested must purchase an unlimited dining plan for the summer sessions they live with us.
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Owen Hall

Owen Hall Changes

As signup season begins for the 2019-2010 school year at MSU, we want to let you know about some exciting changes happening at Owen Hall. Most importantly, Owen Hall will be transitioning into single-room housing only – this means that all residents will share their bathroom with only one other resident in the connecting single.
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Live on at MSU

Why Live On?

Why live on at MSU? Convenience, support, and fun. By living in a residence hall at MSU, you are in the best location to experience all MSU has to offer. You’ll live right by your classes, within walking distance of multiple dining halls with diverse menus, and get to experience the beauty that is the Red Cedar River.
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Sustainability at MSU

Why Spartans Recycle

Throughout every building on Michigan State’s campus, students can find labeled recycling bins for all paper, plastic, metal and glass materials. These bins are located in each building for student convenience and to encourage recycling whenever possible. Recycling practices throughout campus support Michigan State University’s vision of individual responsibility for driving innovative change to reduce impact and build a campus that sustains future generations of Spartans.
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Decorated room

Decorating Your Room — Spartan Style!

Moving to college and starting a new life away from home is a thrilling experience. It’s also when you get the chance to design your “home away from home.” Your new room is a blank canvas that calls for wall posters, string lights, Polaroid photos, polka dot bedding and other room decorating items that will define your college years at MSU. Feel free to be creative; this is your Spartan space!
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UAB at the Rock

Getting Involved

It’s no myth that Michigan State University is a huge place. That’s why it’s a great idea to find your place here and have a network to rely on. One of the best ways to create that is by joining a club or organization here on campus, and you can do this without needing to leave your neighborhood!
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Engagement Center in Holden

Make the Most of Your On-campus Resources

Spartans, a host of on-campus resources are available to to make you feel comfortable in your new home and to make your MSU journey the best it can be — from the moment you first step into your first year to the day you leave the banks of the Red Cedar with a diploma in hand.
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