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Historic buildings and modern architecture blend with park-like green spaces and gardens on MSU’s 5,300-acre campus.
Our 27 residence halls and more than 30 dining options offer something for everyone.
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MSU is a place of possibilities and traditions, and the things you do here will change your life. Check out — and check off — some of the opportunities and adventures that define the Spartan experience.
Spartans work to foster a community that respects and values a broad range of backgrounds and viewpoints in order to create opportunities for all.
MSU is striving to create a trauma informed culture and to help our community respond to survivors of relationship violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and/or stalking in an informed and caring way.Where to go for help
It can be tough to know where to start when looking for services and support. MSU has several organizations available to help.
If someone you know has experienced relationship violence, sexual assault or harassment, the single most important thing you can do is help them feel safe and supported.
The office creates a welcoming, accessible environment and compassionately challenges people to redefine disability.
The office works to cultivate a campus community that is free of discrimination, harassment and sexual assault.
MSU is committed to using accessible website designs and providing equal access to all website users.
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