MSU’s campus is getting an update, and so are the programs and venues offered by RHS.
The idea for an allergen-free dining hall came from parents who had expressed a desire for their Spartans to thrive and not just survive while dining on campus.
1. Resides in McDonel Hall
RHS currently employs an average of 3,400 student team members throughout the summer in various roles across the division.
The latest issue of Serving State is now available!
The centrally located dining hall is free of the Big 8 allergens and unlike any other on-campus dining location.
The March 2019 energy data suggests that executing these plans has allowed RHS to reduce energy consumption at a rate of near 20% every year for the past three years.
Michigan State University is home to some of the most unique collegiate garb and, luckily, it can all be found within six on-campus Spartan Spirit Shops.
1. More than just full-time team members
Culinary Growth at MSU
In the final days of classes, most students focus their energy on preparing for finals week.
The 2019 “Help Tackle Hunger” food drive realized record results this year with 1,452 pounds of food donations for the MSU Student Food Bank.
Earlier this year, Aleaha Reneé Smith, a sophomore marketing major within the Eli Broad College of Business underwent the process of becoming a resident assistant (RA) at MSU.
Join us on this virtual walk through campus, and learn about each residence hall’s namesake.
If you have not had a chance to visit the International Center recently, make lunch plans to dine at QUE – the new in-house-developed barbecue concept venue at Crossroads Food Court.
The Division of Residential and Hospitality Services includes: