RHS News

Sparty's Market Deli Counter

Employees that took on bonus jobs have had positive experiences learning new things about the innerworkings of different departments on campus.


The enhanced-physical-distance directive was lifted beginning Sunday, Feb. 28. 

Dining Hall Signage

MSU will take a phased approach to lifting the directive. The directive will be reviewed and modified as necessary on a week-to-week basis. An update will be sent to students via email on Friday, Feb. 19.


To reduce transmission, we are issuing the following directive: Starting Saturday, January 30 at 11:59 p.m. until 11:59 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, we will observe a period of enhanced physical distancing.

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Senior Vice President for Auxiliary Enterprises Vennie Gore addresses COVID-19, the events at the U.S. Capitol, the upcoming inauguration, and mental health resources.

Serving State Winter 2021 issue cover

The latest issue of Serving State is now available. 2020 was a year no one anticipated, and the division came together in ways it never has before. In this special issue, read about just exactly how each RHS unit has responded to the myriad changes throughout the pandemic and why it's a true honor to be a part of Team RHS.

Read the full issue by clicking here.


Beginning with the first-year entering class of fall 2021, on-campus living will be extended to include a second academic year. 

Sparty Statue in Winter

Senior Vice President Gore addresses the three-week “Pause to Save Lives” to continue mitigation techniques and reduce the spread of the coronavirus.


Senior Vice President for Auxiliary Enterprises and Interim Vice President for Student Affairs and Services Vennie Gore addresses upcoming events around campus and East Lansing. 

Acts of Care Exhibit Wall

During the past several months, the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide civil unrest surrounding systemic racism have put our daily routines on pause. During this era of uncertainty, many Spartans have stepped up to provide help around the MSU community in different ways. “Acts of Care” is one of the newest installations at Michigan State’s Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum. It was created to display appreciation for those who have provided extra help.