Bailey Hall
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Bailey Hall

Brody Neighborhood

Located on the southwest corner of the Brody Neighborhood, Bailey Hall opened during the 1956-57 school year and is named after Liberty Hyde Bailey.  A professor of agriculture and an MSU alumnae himself, Bailey planned the first horticulture laboratory building in the nation.  Known for its edgy, eclectic vibe, Bailey Hall is home to the Residential Initiative for the Study of the Environment (RISE) living-learning community and the Bailey GREENhouse.  The RISE program is designed for MSU students interested in stewardship of the environment.

Floor Plans

  • Double Room

    Floor plan dimensions are approximate - room size and furniture dimensions can vary from room to room. 

    Brody double

Virtual Tour

Building Style: Mid Century Modern 

Neighborhood: Brody

Year Built: 1956

Number of Floors: 4

Service Center:  517-355-5751

Schedule a Tour: MSU Tours 

Living Learning Community: Residential Initiative for the Study of the Environment (RISE)

Engagement Center: Brody Hall

Address: 988 S Brody Rd 
East Lansing, MI 48825

Building Features

  • Community Bathrooms 
  • Single and double room options 
  • Co-ed floors by wing 
  • In room Wi-Fi
  • Barrier-free options 
  • Cable TV
  • Community kitchen 
  • Study rooms 
  • Cardio fitness room 
  • Air conditioning in public spaces 
  • LEED Certified 
  • Recently renovated 

Bailey Hall Location

42.730359
-84.496488

WANT TO SEE MORE?

Explore other halls in the Brody Neighborhood

Armstrong Hall | Bailey Hall | Bryan Hall | Butterfield Hall | Emmons Hall | Rather Hall

 

Bailey Service Center

517-355-5751

Dr. Qiana Green

Assistant Director of Residence Education

Dr. Qiana Green

517-884-1796
greenqia@rhs.msu.edu

Jennifer Kay

Community Director 

Jennifer Kay

517-355-4447
kayjen@rhs.msu.edu

Mike Gardner

Facilities Manager

Mike Gardner

517-355-4542
gardne92@rhs.msu.edu

Don Donagrandi

Dining Manager

Don Donagrandi

517-355-7470
donagran@rhs.msu.edu

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