Living on campus is the best way to make the most of your experience at MSU. When you live on, you have plenty of choices for your living environment and activities.
Alcohol-free halls, floors and rooms are spaces in which residents agree alcoholic beverages will not be brought into the area, even by persons 21 years of age or older.
Quiet Halls or Floors
For students desiring an atmosphere where studying is primary, designated quiet halls or floors have quiet hours. These generally fall between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m.
Flexible housing is an option that primarily aims to benefit students who wish to live with family members, students who have disabilities that may require them to live with a caretaker or students who simply feel more comfortable living in a mixed-gender environment.
MSU offers flexible housing options within most residential living facilities on campus. Students can request a flexible housing arrangement on a limited, opt-in basis only. Students who choose to live in flexible housing in a single room will be charged the single-room rate.
For students wishing to live in a flexible housing arrangement with a roommate, students may choose to be randomly housed with another flexible housing student or may identify another student who has agreed to live in a flexible housing arrangement. Students interested in signing up for flexible housing must contact the Housing Assignments Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-884-5483.
Supportive living arrangements are available in the residence halls for students identifying as LGBTQA+. While there may be limitations in the available housing options, we are highly committed to working with the student to find the best accommodations possible.
For students who are in recovery from a substance use disorder, this housing option offers a safe and supportive living environment where students can have a real college experience without the use of alcohol or drugs. Recovery housing offers the opportunity to form meaningful relationships based on sobriety, friendship and academic success. Recovery housing offers live-in peer support, 24-hour access to the Collegiate Recovery Lounge, counseling support, academic resources and organized activities. Students must be a member of MSU’s Collegiate Recovery Community to be eligible for Recovery Housing. To become a member of the Collegiate Recovery Community, please visit Student Health Services.