The MSU Union is home to many services for MSU students, alumni, and the community! Listed are the services offered in the building along with a directory for each service.
The MSU Union Welcome Center is here to assist all visitors to The MSU Union and the campus at large. The helpful staff is always ready to provide directions and answer any questions you may have. The Welcome Center is located on the first floor, in the North West corner of the building.
Studying and Meeting Spaces
The MSU Union offers a variety of spaces for studying, meetings, or simply catching up with friends. Click here to check out more information about the variety of available spaces.
MSUFCU -- temporarily closed Fall 2020
Located on the main floor of the Union, the MSU Federal Credit Union is the premier financial institution for MSU students, faculty and their families. Parents can use their checking and savings accounts to electronically transfer money into their student's accounts. There are also several ATM’s available for public use.
North Neighborhood Engagement Center -- temporarily closed Fall 2020
The North Neighborhood Engagement Center offers academic support to students, including academic advising, math tutoring and writing tutoring. There is also a computer lab available to all those with a MSU ID. It is located on the second floor of the MSU Union.
The University Activities Board creates and plans a wide variety of programs and events for students all throughout the school year. Check out the UAB calendar for a listing of their events. They also offer carpet and linen services for those living on campus in the Residence Halls.
Ground Floor, Room 26
Phone: 517- 355-3354
Multicultural Mosaic Unity Center -- temporarily closed Fall 2020
Located on the second floor of the MSU Union, The Mosaic Center hosts a variety of different programs throughout the school year, from academically-oriented presentations, student group meetings to informal social receptions. The Mosaic Center is an inclusive organization that welcomes all.
Located on the fourth floor of the MSU Union, The Council of Racial and Ethnic Students (CORES) works to promote social and cultural understanding through important cultural events and serve as advocates for their members by staying abreast of issues that impact their respective community, and by working with University faculty, staff and administration in addressing concerns.
Located on the third floor of the MSU Union, the Counseling and Psychiatric Services works to connect each student with the most appropriate and available resources and services within CAPS, across MSU and throughout our community.
The MSU Union has wireless internet available to all those with an MSU ID.
Biggby -- temporarily closed Fall 2020
Dairy Store -- temporarily closed Fall 2020
Union Food Court
*Main office is in Hannah Administration Building