You’ve got questions?  We’ve got answers!  Here are frequently asked questions about accommodations on Michigan State’s campus.  If you have specific questions, please email us here.

Is there air conditioning?

There are a limited number of rooms available with air conditioning.  They will be assigned by need as indicated on your registration.  We recommend you be prepared for both cool and warmer weather.  We encourage you to bring a fan and you may wish to bring an extra blanket.

Are linens provided?

Yes, your room fee includes flat and fitted sheets, 2 towels, and a pillowcase.  Pillows, and blankets are in each room, however, for your comfort you may wish to bring additional towels or blankets.

Is there Internet access at MSU?

In the residence halls, you will have access to ethernet ports  in each room to gain free internet access.  You must bring your own ethernet cable to access these ports.  In public buildings and the Breslin Student Events Center you will have access to free WiFi.

Is MSU a smoke free campus?

Smoking is allowed outside of MSU facilities only.  Effective in August, MSU will become a tobacco free campus.

Are the Residence Halls locked?

Each residence hall has secured doors to the building, elevators and rooms.  When you check in to your building, you will be given access security cards and keys.  For your safety, do not prop open locked doors. There is a fee to the user for lost keys and security cards.

Can I exit and re-enter parking areas?

Yes.  However, parking is limited and first-come-first-serve.  Your space will not be reserved. Overnight parking is only allowed on the Harrison Road Ramp, Kellogg Center Parking and for those with limited mobility parking passes.  Do not park in non-designated lots or you may be ticketed and towed.  Please review the available parking options here.

Are there other dining options besides Brody?

Yes.  Within walking distance, you can find some food on Harrison Road at Michigan Avenue. The Kellogg Center also has superb dining.  There are hundreds of restaurants in the Greater Lansing Area.  To gain access to local dining information click here.