A guide to essential campus landmarks and destinations
The size of MSU's campus is no joke. Its big, really big.
With so much variety, heritage and hundreds of buildings available to students, it's easy to be intimidated by the giant environment that is MSU. Here are the locations that all students should take the chance to explore while they get to know MSU.
Located in central campus, the home field of the Spartans’ football team is a must-go destination for all students. During football season, this venue can seat over 75,000 and has held at max over 80,000.
The Main Library is a prime study destination. Students looking for a quiet spot to hit the books or socialize can find the Library at the relative center of campus. Located at 366 West Circle Dr., students have the opportunity to engage in multiple outlets of leisure through the activities offered by the Library.
Arguably the most renowned landmark on campus. Completed in 1928, the tower stands at a staggering 104 feet tall and marks the site of College Hall, the first building constructed on campus. Beaumont Tower is located roughly between the Union and Main Library.
Located at 409 W. Circle Dr, this Smithsonian-affiliated museum showcases scientific and cultural artifacts as well as other exhibits.
Known as the central gathering place on campus, the Union is a center for campus activities and involvement. Located at 49 Abbot Rd, all students will likely visit the Union during their time at MSU.
MSU Dairy Store
Located at the Union and at 474 South Shaw Lane , this is a staple for all students. The Dairy Store specializes in the craft of homemade dairy products, most notably ice cream famous among the Spartan population.