The MSU Union is home to many great student resources including the University Activities Board, Mosaic: The Multicultural Unity Center, the North Neighborhood Engagement Center, the Council of Progressive Students and plenty of studying space.
Visit the MSU Union today and discover why generations of MSU students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors gather at the Union for friends, fun and entertainment.
History of the Union
The MSU Union, originally named the MAC Memorial Union, opened on July 12, 1925. Since that day, the MSU Union has been a place of history, MSU pride, and community.
MSU Union Food Court is reopening! Beginning October 20, Spartans can enjoy dinner options from The Roost venue on weekdays. Hours of operation for this all-you-care-to-eat location will be Monday through Friday, 4:30-11 p.m.
You might be familiar with "the Rock" located near the MSU Auditorium, but what do you know about the "Half-Way Split Rock" found outside the MSU Union? Click to learn more about this unique piece of MSU history.
The Community Composing Project, #MidwestHungerIs, was designed to contribute to a global Midwest that better understands and engages with the practices of writing, literacy, creative storytelling, music, and the arts. Exhibit runs September 14-October 22.
Stop by the Spartan Spirit Shop on October 20-21 from 9am-7pm for Grad Fest in the main lounge. Click for more information.
The North Neighborhood Engagement Center, part of the Neighborhood Student Success Collaborative (NSSC) is located on the second floor of the MSU Union and is open from 9:00 am-7:00 pm daily.