Find the right fit.

Michigan State University operates one of the largest and most imitated residence hall systems in the country. MSU's 27 undergraduate residence halls are grouped into five neighborhoods to offer students an abundance of living and dining options.

When you move into a neighborhood, you begin to experience MSU on a more personal level. Places to eat, academic support, health services and friends are built-in. All that's needed is you.

Each neighborhood is designed to help you succeed and thrive as a Spartan. Explore them all below.


Modern, airy living with large, renovated rooms, located on the northwest side of campus. Residence halls are Armstrong, Bailey, Bryan, Butterfield, Emmons and Rather.


Traditional, ivy-covered buildings, close to shopping and entertainment on Grand River Avenue. Residence halls are Campbell, Landon, Mason/Abbot, Mayo, Snyder/Phillips, Williams and Yakeley/Gilchrist.


Located on the northeast side of campus near the intersection of Hagadorn and Shaw, East Neighborhood has an edgy, eclectic vibe and mostly houses first-year students. Residence halls are Akers, Holmes and Hubbard.

River Trail

Located in the heart of campus with beautiful Red Cedar River views and close proximity to academic buildings, River Trail mostly houses upperclassmen. Residence halls are McDonel, Owen, Shaw and Van Hoosen.


Located southwest of Spartan Stadium between West Shaw Lane and Trowbridge Road, comprised of coed floors and suite-style rooms close to all your favorite sports. Residence halls are Case, Holden, Wilson and Wonders.