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MSU Union Mission Statement:

The storied MSU Union supports the campus community as we learn, gather and create Spartan memories.

 

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.

Located in North Neighborhood, The Union is a vibrant, multi-faceted building with flexible spaces, shopping, dining, and entertainment. The MSU Union has something for everyone!

 

While you're visiting the MSU Union, don't miss your chance to take a photo with Bronze Sparty! 

The monument was commissioned in 2015 to add an iconic destination to the historic MSU Union. 
Sculptor Alison Brown of Troutdale, Oregon was selected to bring the monument to life. Brown prioritizes authenticity in her work and her success as an artist comes from understanding a university’s brand identity and working within strict concept guidelines. Her collection of artwork emerged from collaborations with The Walt Disney Company, the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, the University of Southern California and Nike.
Long before the idea of a bronze monument was born, Sparty has called the MSU Union home. Since its dedication in 1925, the MSU Union has served as a campus destination for future, current and past Spartans to gather, grow and reminisce. In recent years, the Union has been through a number of renovations, including the introduction of the North Neighborhood Engagement Center, Mosaic: The Multiracial Unity Center and the MSU Union Art Gallery. With an elegant charm, the bronze Sparty monument will add an artistic polish to the revitalized building.

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