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MSU is one of the biggest, greenest campuses in the country, welcoming visitors from around the world.

We invite you to explore our beautiful campus in East Lansing, Michigan, and learn what makes MSU an exceptional place where Spartans live, learn and work.

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There’s much to see and do on MSU’s 5,200-acre campus. Come visit, and take a look around. Be sure to view our campus visitor guidelines

Are you a prospective student? Check out the in-person and virtual tours that the Office of Admissions offers.


Get to and Around Campus

Campus Maps

Explore campus with interactive maps and directions.

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Parking on Campus

Information about daily parking, buying a semester pass, obtaining a faculty/staff permit or paying a parking violation.

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Bike Rental

MSU’s on-campus bike shop offers bike rentals, sales and repairs year-round.

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CATA Campus and City Bus Service

Numerous busing options are available for all Spartans, including free on-campus bus rides.

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Capital Region International Airport

Located just minutes from campus, the Lansing airport offers convenient travel opportunities.

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Michigan Flyer Airport Shuttle

Michigan Flyer-AirRide offers daily round trips between East Lansing, Brighton, Ann Arbor and Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

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The Lansing area has many options for places to stay. Choose from recommended local hotels and inns where you’ll find a warm welcome.

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Entertainment Venues and Tickets

Agriculture and Livestock Pavilion

Hosts livestock and agricultural events.

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Spartan sports tickets, schedules and more.

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Breslin Student Events Center

Home to MSU basketball and host to more than 360 events each year.

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College of Music

See world-class student and faculty musicians perform.

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Department of Theatre

Take in performances and plays that matter.

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Wharton Center for Performing Arts

Catch the best of Broadway, music and the performing arts on MSU’s campus.

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Colorful flowers and building in the 4-H Children's Garden)
A place of enrichment and delight for children of all ages.
People gaze at constellations on the ceiling of the planetarium)
Exciting planetarium shows for all ages.
Beal Garden glows with a pink and purple sky)
Outdoor laboratory to study and appreciate plants.
Beaumont Tower on a summer day)
Iconic campus bell tower built in 1928 as a monument to teaching.
Exterior of Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum)
World-class contemporary art museum.
A woman holds a tarantula spider with other insect displays in the background)
Observe and interact with live insects and arachnids.
"Wilbir" the peacock-shaped floral topiary in the MSU Horticulture Gardens)
More than a dozen acres of campus gardens.
Dairy Store ice cream truck)
Legendary ice cream and cheese made and sold on campus.
Spartan Stadium at night)
Home to MSU football since 1923.
Wharton Center on a sunny day)
Broadway plays, live music and more.