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Wonders Hall

Wonders Hall is home to the CoRe engineering program, the Army ROTC program at MSU and a Sparty’s Express.

Fun fact: Wonders Hall is named after MSU benefactors Wallace and Grace Wonders. Wallace received his Bachelor of Science degree from MSU in 1902.

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Wilson Hall

Wilson Hall is known by Spartans for its state-of-the-art technology and creative learning environment. The hall includes to The Hive, a dynamic “idea laboratory” classroom. Wilson Hall houses the Spartan Engineering Core Experience First Year Program. 

Fun fact: Wilson Hall is named after Alfred and Matilda R. Wilson. Matilda served on the State Board of Agriculture, now known as the MSU Board of Trustees.

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Holden Hall

Holden Hall was renovated in 2009 and is known by Spartans for its bold splashes of color and the "fishbowl lounge," often considered the best study spot on campus. Holden Hall houses the Academic Scholars Program, the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) and the High School Equivalency Program (HEP). The hall is also home to the Holden dining hall and a Sparty’s Refresh.

Fun fact: Holden Hall is named after James and Lynelle Holden. James was a State Agricultural student in 1889.

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Case Hall

Case Hall was renovated in 2011 and is known by Spartans for its high-tech, interactive design and being the perfect on-campus spot to grab a bite with friends. The hall houses the James Madison College and offers an Honors College living-learning option. Case Hall is also home to the South Pointe dining hall and a Sparty’s Café. 

Fun fact: Case Hall is named after Albert and Sarah Case. During their time at MSU, Sarah was an instructor and Albert was the 1901 State Agricultural College football captain, earning his bachelor’s degree in 1902.

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South Neighborhood

South Neighborhood is located southwest of Spartan Stadium between West Shaw Lane and Trowbridge Road. It is near the Breslin Center, Munn Ice Arena, IM Sports West and outdoor tennis facilities. South Neighborhood is made up of four residence halls (Case, Wonders, Holden and Wilson halls), which all feature coed floors and suite-style rooms.
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