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Mayo Hall

North Neighborhood

Located in North Neighborhood, Mayo Hall was built in 1931 and is named after Mary Mayo, who started women’s courses at MSU. Known originally as the Sylvan Lodge, the hall was located in a small park, the remains of which can be seen in a group of trees east of the building. Many Spartans consider this hall a favorite because of its long-standing history. Mayo Hall also offers a music living-learning option.

Floor Plans

  • Double Room

    Yakeley 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: three

Service Center: 517-355-2481

Schedule a Tour: MSU Tours 

Engagement Center: MSU Union

Address: 361 Delta Court
East Lansing, MI 48825

Building Features

  • Community-style bathrooms
  • Single- and double-style rooms
  • Fully furnished
  • In-room Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Co-ed floors
  • Barrier-free housing
  • Bike storage 
  • Quiet floors
  • Game room 
  • Music practice room
  • TV lounge
  • Meeting space

Mayo Hall Location

42.734798
-84.486182

Want to see more?

Explore other halls in North Neighborhood.

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

 

Mayo Hall Service Center

517-355-2481

Eduardo Olivo

Assistant Director of Residence Education

Eduardo Olivo

517-432-2508
olivoedu@rhs.msu.edu

Sparty Mascot

Community Director 

Jonathan Richards

rich1080@rhs.msu.edu

Chip Hornburg

Facilities Manager

Chip Hornburg

517-355-8515
hornburg@rhs.msu.edu

Don Donagrandi

Dining Manager

Don Donagrandi

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

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