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MSU's huge country-like campus offers a lovely setting for running, biking or just hanging out, and also has places to visit, like the Beal Botanical Gardens, Sanford Natural Area, the 70,000-capacity Spartan football stadium, an art center...more
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Attended a recent Spartan football game with a large group of family members, including a few young children. Parked in lot 89 near Mt. Hope and Farm Road. Free parking in a very large lot with shuttle bus service to the stadium. Bring cash, the...More
If you haven’t been to campus in a while you should check out all the old favorite places are still there but with time comes some new modern touches to one of the most beautiful campuses in the NCAA. Try to come in the fall...More
The Michigan State campus in East Lansing Michigan is a beautiful campus. It is a huge campus steep in tradition. There is a mixture of old stately buildings and newer more modern structures. The best way to view the campus is definitely not with an...More
This is an amazing museum in the university! Lots to see, $5 suggested donation, $2 to park. Took my 12 and 16 yr old and my mom and we were through it in an hour but we were trying to hurry. We are from Canada...More
Love this school....beautiful campus, great programs and terrific student body.
My son is filled with pride. He received a good undergraduate education as well as Law School. He will always be proud to be a Spartan. Go Green!
Visiting a Big 10 Campus on a football Saturday has to be one of the most thrilling and exciting adventures of the season. The campus is bustling with students and football fans alike, from the home and visiting teams.
MSU is a particularly beautiful campus...More
The worst thing in the university are the distances you must walk from place to place. We were visiting the two museums on the campus. The general museum was very interesting and the art museum its building is what you have to see. The super...More