Landon Hall

Landon Hall

North Neighborhood

Landon Hall was renovated in 2014 and is known by Spartans for its historic architectural design. The hall offers a music living-learning option. It is also home to the Heritage Commons dining hall, a favorite among students for its unique menu and variety of options.

Fun fact: Landon Hall is named after Linda Landon, the first female instructor at MSU. It is also touted as the first post-World War II hall built on campus.

Floor Plans

  • Double Room

    landon floor plan

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

Virtual Tour

Building style: Collegiate Gothic

Neighborhood: North

Year built: 1947

Number of Floors: 3

Service Center: 517-355-8713

Engagement Center: MSU Union

Address: 632 W. Circle Drive
East Lansing, MI 48825

Building Features

  • Community-style bathrooms
  • Single- and double-style furnished rooms
  • Fully furnished
  • In-room Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Co-ed floors
  • Barrier-free housing
  • Bike storage 
  • Music practice room
  • TV lounge
  • Heritage Commons at Landon

Landon Hall Location


Want to see more?

Explore other halls in North Neighborhood.

Abbot HallCampbell Hall | Gilchrist Hall | Landon Hall | Mason Hall | Mayo Hall | Phillips Hall | Snyder Hall | Williams Hall | Yakeley Hall


Landon Service Center


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Community Director 

Billy Morrissey

Allysa Johnson

Assistant Director of Residence Education

Allysa Johnson

Mike Gardner

Facilities Manager

Mike Gardner

Kendra Adams

Neighborhood Administrative Coordinator 

Kendra Adams


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