We are pleased to offer the following housing options for on-campus students.
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.
Gender Inclusive Housing
The Department of Residence Education and Housing Services and the Gender and Sexuality Campus Center are dedicated to providing safe and affirming living environments for all students, including those whose gender identity and/or expression differs from the sex assigned to them at birth.
REHS offers a gender-inclusive housing option in our sign up process. Gender-inclusive housing means that students from all gender identities and expressions may choose to live together.
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.