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密歇根州立大学

Michigan State University

  • 美国, 密歇根州
  • 私立大学
  • $ 33750

    一年学费
  • 69%

    录取比例
  • 37354

    学生人数
  • 1%

    城市华人

学校信息

学校介绍
五大湖地区著名公立大学,优良的体育传统

密歇根州立大学是五大湖地区著名的公立大学,早期是一所农业学校,历史上得益于1860年代的土地捐赠法和 1940年代的军人再造法发展起来,现有在校生接近5万名,为规模最大的公立大学之一。

密西根州立大学设立了200个以上的专业,其供应链、原子物理、教育、通信、传播,包装等享有盛誉。学校有众多的奖学金项目,包括戈德华特奖学金、罗兹奖学金、丘吉尔学金、杜鲁门奖学金等等,为包括国际生在内的在校生提供资金支持。学校还有超过270项的海外学习项目,覆盖超过60个国家和地区。学校图书馆藏有约500万册的书籍和资料,教学设施便利全面。

作为一所研究性的大学,密西根州立大学科研资金雄厚,研究成果突出。2009年到2010年,学校出资50万关元与 50多个国家建立了180多个合作项目,参与人员来自全球175多个国家。

密歇根州立大学的国际生来源超过125个国家和地区,其中来自大陆的学生超过1000人。尽早申请录取的几率比较大,如果托福考试成绩达不到学校的要求,也有可能被学校录取,但入学以后同时需要进行语言项目的学习。2014年,该校国际生人数位居全美大学第九位。

地理位置

本科项目申请

申请材料
材料名称 必交 选交 材料说明
申请费用 $50
财产证明 申请留学签证的国际学生在取得I-20之前必须提交财产证明
高中排名 建议提交高中排名
高中成绩 提交高中成绩单
GPA 需要提交GPA成绩
ACT 建议提交SAT或ACT成绩,ACT英语不低于18分则可豁免托福,ACT送分码为2032
SAT 建议提交SAT或ACT成绩,SAT阅读成绩不低于480则可豁免托福,SAT送分码为1465
IELTS 提交托福或雅思成绩,托福送分码为1465,雅思最低要求为6.5,单科不低于6.0,预录取雅思最低分6.0
TOEFL 提交托福或雅思成绩,托福送分码为1465,托福最低要求为79分,单科不低于17分,预录取托福最低分60分
申请时间表

01/00

常规录取截止日

01/00

常规录取通知日

10/07

早录取截止日

01/00

决定是否接受 Offer

毕业后职业发展

266

排名

$47800

毕业起薪

$82800

中期薪资

20%

STEM学位比例

学校信息概览

统计数据
基本信息
联系我们
Michigan State University College Road East Lansing, MI 48824 United States (517) 355-1855 www.msu.edu
概况
创立时间: 1855-01-01
男女同校: 1
学校性质: Public
所在城市: Rural
校历: Semester
哲学与宗教: None
宗教信仰: None
费用
州内学生学费: $12862
外州及国际学生学费: $33750
食宿费: $8856
书本费: $1044
学生分布
全部研究生: 37354
全日制本科生: 34196
在职本科生: 3158
男生: 18649
女生: 18705
Total Grad Students: 11429
全日制研究生: 8369
在职研究生: 3060
助学金
概况
助学金截止时间: Rolling
学费保障计划: Not Available
预付学费计划: Not Available
学费分期付款计划: Available
州内学生学费: $12862
外州及国际学生学费: $33750
联系财务部门
电话: (517) 353-5940
邮件: finaid@msu.edu
网址: http://www.finaid.msu.edu
资助/贷款 联邦资助 机构资助 州资助 学生贷款 总计
平均数值 $4770 $7534 $655 $6555 $6378
% 学生得到的 24% 41% 15% 47% 66%
评分
  • A- 学术能力
  • A+ 体育
  • A+ 校内饮食
  • A- 校内住宿
  • A+ 校园品质
  • B+ 多样性
  • A+ 校园规模
  • B- 保守程度
  • B 自由程度
  • D+ 毒品安全
  • A- 希腊生活
  • A+ 姑娘和小伙儿
  • A 姑娘们的吸引力
  • A 小伙儿的吸引力
  • C+ 健康和安全
  • A 当地环境
  • A 校外饮食
  • A- 校外住宿
  • C- 停车场
  • A+ 聚会
  • B+ 技术支持
  • A 交通便捷
最好 & 最坏
事实 & 统计
  • 快乐的学生
    91% of students return after their first year.
  • 可验证的成功
    79% of students will complete their education and graduate with a degree.
  • 学识渊博的教授
    90% of students surveyed rated the general knowledge of professors as above average.
  • 低课业压力
    72% of students surveyed rated the manageability of work as above average.
  • 大的寝室
    59% of students surveyed felt that dorms were more spacious than average.
  • 校园自豪感
    61% of students surveyed said that they love everything about the school and have a lot of campus pride.
  • Highly Satisfied Students
    81% of students surveyed would make the same school choice if they could do it all over again.
  • 帮助找工作和实习
    54% of students surveyed said that the career center is very helpful and provides services to students beyond help landing a job.
  • 强力的校友纽带
    57% of students surveyed said the alumni network is very strong and involved in activities on campus.
  • 厉害的社会科学
    64% of students surveyed agreed that there are lots of popular activities around campus every day.
  • Genders Equally Represented
    A male-to-female ratio of 49/51 means there's a pretty even balance of students on campus.
  • 向最棒的人学习
    93% of faculty have earned the highest degree in their field.
  • 帮助成功
    The school has academic and career counseling available to help you when you need it.
  • 获得AP学分
    If you took AP classes in high school, you might be able to get college credit for them.
  • Affordable Dorms
    You can live on a budget with an average housing cost of only $3,500.
  • Work Part-Time During School
    Employment services are available for students.
  • 帮助被雇佣
    Placement services are available to graduates.
  • 昂贵的
    Tuition is a steep $32,580, one of the most expensive rates in the country.
Best Of
  • 1
    The gorgeous walking trails on campus
  • 2
    Friendly students
  • 3
    The parties
  • 4
    Fall colors on campus
  • 5
    School spirit
  • 6
    Tailgating
  • 7
    The close proximity of downtown
  • 8
    The plethora of bars and nightclubs
  • 9
    Painting the Rock
  • 10
    Free movies at Wells Hall
Worst Of
  • 1
    Limited parking spaces and endless parking tickets
  • 2
    Cafeteria food
  • 3
    Walking long distances to classes, especially in six inches of snow
  • 4
    Crowded buses
  • 5
    Chocolate cheese at the Dairy Store
  • 6
    The library at finals time
  • 7
    Frequent tuition hikes
  • 8
    Few entertainment options for the under-21 crowd
  • 9
    Large and impersonal lecture halls
  • 10
    Dodging bad drivers on the way to class

学校信息

学术
事实 & 统计
  • 师生比例
    16:1
  • 全职师资
    2,314
  • 兼职师资
    344
  • 全职教员
    2,577
  • 终极学位的教员
    93%
  • 平均工资
    $95,745
  • 全职保留比率
    91%
  • Part-Time Retention Rate
    66%
  • Transfer-Out Rate
    14%
  • 毕业率
    79%
  • 可提供的项目/专业
    205
  • 学术/职业咨询
    Yes
  • 治疗服务
    Yes
  • 班级规模
    • Fewer than 20 Students: 24%
    • 20 to 49 Students: 54%
    • 50 or More Students: 22%
  • 教育项目
    Occupational: No
    Academic: Yes
    Continuing Professional: No
    Recreational/Avocational: No
    Adult Basic Remedial: No
    Secondary (High School): No
  • 特殊证书机会
    Advanced Placement (AP) Credits: Yes
    Dual Credit: Yes
    Life Experience Credits: No
  • 授予学位
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Certificate
    • Doctorate - Professional practice
    • Doctorate - Research/scholarship
    • Master's degree
    • Post-master's certificate
  • 最受欢迎的专业
    • Accounting: 2%
    • Biology and Biological Sciences: 2%
    • Finance, General: 1%
    • Psychology: 2%
  • 特殊的学习选项
    • Study abroad
    • Weekend/evening college
  • 成功小贴士
    • Actually go to class.
    • Always dispute bad grades.
    • Ask the TAs tons of questions.
    • Budget your money.
    • Check your e-mail at least 10 times a day.
    • Choose your major early, but choose it wisely.
    • Do your homework yourself, so you actually understand the material.
    • Don't ever fall behind-learn to manage your time.
    • Don't go home every weekend.
    • Don't party too hard.
    • Eat healthy.
    • Eat out every now and then.
    • Go to athletic events.
    • Join clubs and activities.
    • Live in the dorms for at least one year.
    • Pick classes you actually like.
    • Research your professors before choosing your classes.
    • Take advantage of study sessions and professors' office hours.
    • Talk to people.
学生投票

你对以下的陈述是同意还是不同意? 基于 296 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 我的大类教育要求是有价值和有意义的
  • 可以轻松选到自己想上的课程
  • 学术导师乐于助人
  • 打分是公平和公正的
  • 有很多种有趣的课程可以选择
  • 学生被鼓励去探索大范围的课程和话题
  • 课业压力可以轻松管理
  • 线上也有很多好的课程可选
  • 助教是有效的
  • 课程安排/注册过程是有效和学生友好的
  • 教室/实验室是最新的且新技术有效的

你经常做什么 基于 170 个问卷回复

从来没有
总是这样
  • 上课(讲座和讲座)
  • 做所有的家庭作业
  • 做所有被分配的阅读
  • 充分的学习
  • 有效利用研讨小组和课后答疑时间
  • 记笔记

这所学校在你申请时处于什么位置? 基于 169 个问卷回复

  • 37% 这是我的女神校
  • 58% 这是我的最想去的学校之一
  • 5% 这是我的保底学校
入学政策
入学数据
全面入学数据
全部的申请者: 31479
男性申请者: 15352
女性申请者: 16127
全部: 21610
男性接纳度: 9992
女性接纳度: 11618
录取比率: 69%
拒绝率: 37%
联系我们
电话: (517) 355-8332
邮件: admis@msu.edu
网址: http://www.admissions.msu.edu
申请信息
开放入学: No
一般申请: No
Application Fee: $50
申请网站: http://www.admissions.msu.edu/apply.asp
需要知道的重要日期 截止日期 注意事项
最早申请日期 10-07 11-11
一般时间 01-00 01-00
必须申请 01-00
入学政策
Consideration
必须 建议 非强制性
学分绩
高中学校排名
高中成绩单
大学预科课程
推荐信
面试/作品集
SAT/ACT
TOEFL
注册新生数据
全部注册新生: 8061
全日制注册男生: 3848
全日制注册女生: 4076
兼职注册男性: 70
兼职注册女性: 67
候补名单数据
申请者放置: ? 0
接受申请者: ? 0
注册的学生: ? 0
转换数据
接受的申请者: 4596
接纳的申请者: 2072
Students EnrolledF: 0
标准化考试数据
标准化考试分数 Critical Reading Math Writing Composite (out of)
SAT分数的中位数 420 - 580 550 - 690 460 - 580 1430 - 1850 (2400)
ACT分数的中位数 23 - 29 23 - 28 8 - 9 23 - 28 (36)
总体数据
高中班级的top10%: 29%
需要的SAT/ACT: either
提交SAT的学生: 82%
提交ACT的学生: 15%
SAT单项测试的要求
没有报告的
事实 & 统计
  • 在去学校之前应该知道的事情
    • Don't buy the bed sheets and linens from the school catalog.
    • Get on the smallest meal plan possible.
    • Go to the frats during Orientation Week.
    • It's important to introduce yourself to other students.
    • It's not as big of a party school as the media makes it out to be.
    • It's really important to see your advisor regularly.
  • 访谈与信息会话
    Call (517) 355-0333 on any weekday from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Eastern Time
  • 校园旅行
    Campus tours run most Mondays through Saturdays (except on holidays, between semesters, and football game Saturdays). Admission programs begin at 10:30 a.m. and tours depart at 11:30 a.m. from the Hannah Administration Building. Call (517) 432-9508 three weeks in advance of your visit to check the availability of the tour.
  • 探视
    New undergraduate students are required to attend the Academic Orientation Program (AOP), which costs $17. The program is an opportunity for incoming freshmen to get a taste of college life, spend a day exploring MSU's many gardens and park-like campus, or enjoy a day of pure recreation. It's a chance for students to become acquainted with the University, meet with academic advisers, enroll for classes, and meet new friends. AOP, new students meet with an academic adviser, plan a course schedule, and enroll for classes. Information is also provided on a variety of programs and options available at Michigan State (such as Honors College and Study Abroad). It's also a great time for students to get a first-hand experience of living in a residence hall and scarfing down dorm food. Orientation takes place prior to fall and spring semesters, as well as summer sessions. Orientation for new students who begin attending MSU fall semester takes place on selected dates in June and July; the program lasts two days for freshmen and one day for transfer students. There is a program in late August for students who cannot attend a June or July program. Only students who live beyond a 500-mile radius of campus may attend the late August AOP.
  • 校园全景
工作 & 实习
事实 & 统计
  • 职业中心
    Suite 6 Student Services Building
    (517) 355-9510 x 335
  • 雇用服务
    Yes
  • 安置服务
    Yes
  • Other Career Services
    • Alumni network
    • Campus employment
    • Career counseling
    • Career workshops
    • Career/job search classes
    • Interest inventories and interview training
    • Internships
    • On-campus job interviews
    • Placement advising
    • Résumé assistance
  • 找工作或者实习的建议
    From the moment you walk on campus, get in touch and stay in contact with the Career Development Center. Also, make sure to attend the various conferences and expositions sponsored by the Career Development Center; these are crucial conferences. Get an early start on looking for internships and make use of advisors' help. To make the most of a career advising session, it's good to take a few moments to jot down some things you'd like to focus on with your advisor. No strenuous preparation is necessary for your fist meeting, but chances are by the end of your first session you'll have some things to do. Make it a habit to see your advisor regularly. Many students make the mistake of neglecting all of the free advice at their disposal, which could lead to a stressful senior year. Getting experience through internships is a crucial key to your success in the job market. Many degrees offered at MSU are extremely competitive, and you'll find that landing internships will help give you a little bit of an edge when you begin your search for jobs in the real world. The first internship is always the most difficult to attain, but checking in with advisors is extremely beneficial because they have the resources and connections to assist you. Depending on what degree he or she chooses to pursue, the average MSU student is advised to have at least two internships before graduation.
  • 最常雇佣毕业生的公司
    • 3M
    • AbbottLabs
    • Accenture
    • Aetna
    • AFLAC
    • AmericanCancerSociety
    • AmericanExpress
    • AmericanRedCross
    • Americorp
    • AppliedMaterials
    • ArthurAndersen
    • AutoOwners
    • BankofAmericaSecurities
    • BankOne
    • BellstarPromotions
    • Bioport
    • BirminghamSchoolDistrict
    • Black&Decker
    • BluecrossBlueShield
    • Boeing
    • BordersGroup
    • Bridgestone/Firestone
    • Campbell-EwaldAdvertising
    • CardinalHealth
    • CarlsonMarketingGroup
    • CHRobinson
    • CIA
    • CitadelBroadcasting
    • Coca-ColaEnterprises
    • Comerica
    • ConsolidatedGraphics
    • ConsumersEnergy
    • CrainCommunications
    • CropProductionServices
    • Crowe
    • DaimlerChrysler
    • DartContainer
    • Deloitte&Touche
    • Delphi
    • DepartmentofHomelandSecurity
    • DetroitDiesel
    • DonerAdvertising
    • DowChemical
    • DowCorning
    • EnterpriseRent-A-Car
    • Ernst&Young
    • FifthThirdBank
    • FlintCommunitySchools
    • FordMotor
    • Frito-Lay
    • GeneralDynamics
    • GeneralElectric
    • GeneralMills
    • GeorgiaPacific
    • GlaxoSmithKlinePharmaceuticals
    • GrandLedgePublicSchools
    • GrandRapidsPublicSchools
    • HiltonHotels
    • HNTBCorp
    • HoneywellInternational
    • IBM
    • InghamCountyMedicalCareFacility
    • IRS
    • JanssenPharmaceuticals
    • JBHuntTransport
    • JCPenney
    • Jewel-Osco
    • JohnDeere
    • Johnson&Johnson
    • JohnsonControls
    • JWalterThompson
    • KellyScientificResources
    • Kimberly-Clark
    • KPMGLLP
    • KraftFoods
    • KrogerCompany
    • LansingStateJournal
    • LaSalleBank
    • LearCorp
    • LockheedMartin
    • Marriott
    • MarriottHotels
    • Marsh
    • MarshallFields
    • Mervyns
    • MichiganAssociationofBroadcasters
    • MichiganDepartmentofAgriculture
    • MichiganDepartmentofTransportation
    • MichiganEconomicDevelopmentCorp
    • MichiganFarmBureau
    • MichiganNon-ProfitOrganization
    • MichiganStatePolice
    • Microsoft
    • Monsanto
    • MorganStanley
    • MPIResearch
    • NavalSurfaceWarfareCenter
    • NestleUSA
    • NewellRubbermaid
    • Nissan
    • Nordstrom
    • NorthAmericaPackaging
    • OfficeDepot
    • Ortho-McNeilPharmaceuticals
    • OwensCorning
    • OwossoPublicSchools
    • ParkerHannifin
    • PeaceCorps
    • PepsicoBeverages&Foods
    • Pfizer
    • PhilipMorrisUSA
    • PPGIndustries
    • PriceWaterhouseCoopers
    • ProgressiveInsurance
    • PulteHomesCorp
    • QuadGraphics
    • SearsRoebuck
    • Shell
    • SherwinWilliams
    • Sigma-Aldrich
    • SocialSecurityAdministration
    • Soil&MaterialsEngineering
    • Sonoco
    • SparrowHealthSystem
    • StandardFederalBank
    • Steelecase
    • StrykerInstruments
    • SunChemical
    • TargetCorp
    • TeachForAmerica
    • Toyota
    • TRW
    • Unilever
    • UnionPacific
    • UPS
    • USAirforce
    • USArmy
    • USDA
    • USMarineCorps
    • USNavy
    • Valassis
    • VisteonCorp
    • WatsonWyattWorldwide
    • WhirlpoolCorp
    • Young&Rubicam
学生投票

职业中心在学生找实习和找工作提供的帮助 基于 147 个问卷回复

  • 53% 很有帮助。他们帮助你寻找工作和实习且提供工具和工作坊。
  • 36% 有一些帮助。职业中心给学生提供了资源但并不是针对个人的。
  • 9% 有些没有用。这里有一些资源但是并不是针对个人的。
  • 2% 完全没有用。他们几乎没有帮助学生找工作和实习。

学校校友纽带的强力程度 基于 152 个问卷回复

  • 57% 很强力。校友参与了很多活动且做了很多校园招聘。
  • 38% 比较强力。这里有些活动且你可以和你需要的校友联系。
  • 4% 有些弱。几乎没有校友活动且和校友没有真正的联系。
  • 1% 几乎没有。毕业之后,校友和学校之间没有联系。
开设专业
MajorCertificateAssociateBachelor'sMaster'sDoctoral
Agriculture 106 106 71 13
Agricultural Business 21 55 14 6
Agricultural Business and Technology 21 55
Agricultural Economics 14 6
Agricultural Extension Services 0
Animal Sciences and Husbandry 36
Animal Sciences 20
Animal Husbandry 16
Botany and Plant Sciences 4 7 6 4
Botany and Plant Physiology 7 6 4
Plant Science 4
Crop and Soil Studies 2
Crop Production 2
Soil Sciences 0
Food Science and Technology 20 45 2
Food Science 20 45 2
Horticultural 43 24 6 1
Horticultural Sciences 24 6 1
Turf and Turfgrass Management 32
Landscaping and Groundskeeping 11
Architecture and Planning 41 34
Architecture Studies 16 5
Environmental Architecture and Design 5
Landscape Architecture 16
Planning and Development 25 29
Urban, Community and Regional Planning 25 29
Arts 186 77 30
Art History 9
Art Studies 52 3
Design and Applied Arts 40 0
Fashion and Apparel Design 21
Interior Design 19 0
Music 57 61 30
Conducting 9 3
Music History and Literature 33 16 1
Music Performance 21 27 25
Music Theory and Composition 3 6 1
Musical Instruments 3
Performing Arts 28 13
Drama and Theatre Production 28 13
Biological Sciences 732 53 51
Animal Biology 5 4 4
Zoology and Entomology 5 4 4
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 31
Biology 402 9 4
Biological and Physical Sciences 2
Biology and Biological Sciences 400 5
Biomedical Sciences and Molecular Medicine 4 4
Cellular Biology 0 3
Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology 23 6 3
Epidemiology 6 3
Population Biology 23
Genetics 40 4 8
Microbiology 61 2 5
Molecular Biology 78 2 9
Neuroscience and Neurobiology 2 1
Neuroscience 2 1
Pharmacology and Toxicology 23 8
Pharmacology 23 3
Toxicology 5
Physiology and Pathology 92 1 6
Pathology 1 2
Physiology 92 0 4
Business 1218 377 14
Business Management 269 174 0
Business Administration and Management 154
Logistics and Supply Chain Management 269 20 0
Operations Management 0
Procurement and Contracts Management 0
Finance and Accounting 550 172 4
Accounting 254 156 1
Actuarial Science 4
Finance 292 16 3
Hospitality and Tourism Management 195 13
Restaurant and Food Services Management 2
Hospitality Management 195 11
Human Resources 21 6
Human Resources Management 21
Labor and Industrial Relations 3
Organizational Behavior Studies 3
Management Sciences and Information Systems 2
Management Information Systems 2
Sales and Marketing 183 18 2
Marketing 169 18 2
Merchandising and Buying Operations 14
Communications 900 100 15
Advertising 275 23
Communication and Media Studies 13
Communications Technicians 58
Digital and Print Journalism 106 13
Journalism 106 13
Mass Communications and Media 177 35 7
Mass Communication 31 7
Public Relations 18
Radio, Television, and Digital Communication 146 17
Speech Communication and Rhetoric 284 16 8
Computer and Information Sciences 2
Information Studies 2
Computer and Information Studies 2
Education 1 17 361 52
Education Studies and Research 1 234 26
Curriculum 1 136 16
Educational Media Design 98
Educational Research 5
Foundations of Education 5
Educational Administration and Supervision 0 44 18
Educational Administration 0 23 10
Higher Education Administration 21 8
School Counseling 21
School Counseling and Guidance Services 21
Special Education 4 30 2
Education of Individuals with Impairments and Disabilities 4
Special Education and Teaching 30 2
Teaching 13 32 6
Agricultural Teacher Education 0
Art Teacher Education 13
English and Speech Teacher Education 5
History Teacher Education 0
Mathematics Teacher Education 0 6
Reading Teacher Education 7
Science Teacher Education 1
Teaching English as a Second Language 19
Engineering 669 124 57
Agricultural and Environmental Engineering 29 14 8
Environmental Engineering 11 3
Agricultural Engineering 29 3 5
Chemical Engineering 57 2 7
Civil and Surveying Engineering 76 15 5
Civil Engineering 76 15 5
Computer Engineering 26
Computer Hardware Engineering 26
Construction Engineering and Technology 50 13 1
Construction Engineering Technician 50 13 1
Electrical and Communications Engineering 75 26 18
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 75 26 18
Engineering Drafting and Design 162 33 2
Engineering Design 162 33 2
Engineering Sciences and Mechanics 3 1
Engineering Mechanics 3 1
Engineering Studies 47
Mechanical Engineering and Technology 127 18 15
Mechanical Engineering 127 18 15
Plastics and Materials Engineering 20
Materials Engineering 20
Environmental Sciences 91 23 13
Conservation and Environmental Studies 26 0
Environmental and Marine Sciences 2
Environmental Studies 24
Natural Resources Conservation 0
Forest Sciences 13 9 3
Forestry 13 9 3
Natural Resource Management 52 14 10
Natural Resources Management and Policy 9
Wildlife and Fisheries Management 43 14 10
Health Care 1 437 240 400
Communication Disorders 43 28
Audiology 43 28
Diagnostics 80 4
Clinical Laboratory Technician 80 4
Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition 62
Intervention and Treatment 22
Athletic Training 22
Medicine and Medical Studies 395
Medicine 108
Osteopathy 287
Mental and Social Health Services 63
Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling 0
Medical Social Work 63
Nursing 198 50 3
Nursing Science, Education, and Practice 3
Registered Nursing (RN) 198 50
Public Health 77
Public Health Studies 77
Rehabilitation and Therapy 3 15
Alternative Therapeutic Professions 3 1
Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling 14
Veterinary Studies 1 29 3 2
Veterinary Medicine 6
Veterinary Sciences 3 2
Veterinary Technician and Assistant 1 23
Languages and Literature 327 20 27
English 207 7 18
English Language Studies 142 1 7
Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing 65
Rhetoric and Composition 6 11
Language Studies and Linguistics 13 5 6
Linguistics, Interpretation, and Translation 13 5 6
Regional Language and Literature Studies 50 2 2
Arabic Language and Literature 7
Chinese Language and Literature 9
East Asian Languages and Literatures 1
German Language and Literature 12 2 2
Japanese Language and Literature 16
Russian and Eastern European Languages and Literature 5
Romance Languages 57 6 1
French Language and Literature 10 0 1
Romance Languages and Literatures 2
Spanish Language and Literature 47 4
Law 70
Law and Legal Studies 70
Pre-Law Studies 70
Mathematics & Statistics 68 39 15
Computational and Applied Mathematics 1 7 4
Mathematics 57 7 9
Statistics 10 25 2
Philosophy and Religion 19 1 3
Philosophy Studies 14 1 3
Philosophy 14 1 3
Religion 5
Religious Studies 5
Physical Sciences 51 21 25
Astronomy and Astrophysics 8 2 2
Astrophysics 8 2 2
Chemistry and Chemical Technology 2
Chemistry 2
Earth Sciences 0
Geology and Earth Science 0
Materials Science 1 8
Physical Science Studies 2 3
Physics 39 15 15
Protective Services 41
Criminal Justice and Corrections 31
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration 31
Forensic Science and Technology 10
Psychology & Counseling 1 389 39 23
Clinical Psychology and Counseling 1 17 3
School Psychology 1 17 3
Psychology 389 22 20
Recreation & Fitness 242 21 6
Kinesiology and Exercise Science 223 21 6
Parks and Recreation 19 0
Parks, Recreation and Leisure Facilities Management 19 0
Skilled Trades and Construction 8
Electrical Trades 8
Electrician 8
Social Sciences & Liberal Arts 901 64 64
Area and Ethnic Studies 6 1 10
African American Studies 1 5
Hispanic American Studies 1
North American Studies 0 4
Women's Studies 6
Consumer and Retail Merchandising 3
Retailing Management 3
Economics 179 10 10
Economics and Econometrics 179 10 10
Family Studies and Consumer Sciences 0 0
Food and Nutrition Studies 62 3 2
Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies 3 2
Nutrition Sciences 62
History 72 1 7
Human Development 115 14
Child Development 20 4
Family and Community Services 95 10
International Studies and Government 261 4 9
International Relations and National Security Studies 103
International Studies 51
Political Science and Government 107 4 9
Liberal Arts and Humanities 33 1
Social Sciences 173 30 23
Anthropology and Archaeology 48 12 14
Geography 16 7 4
Social Science Research Methods 3
Sociology 109 7 5
Urban Studies and Affairs 1
Social Services 83 32 3
Public Policy, Administration, and Social Work 83 32 3
Public Administration 12
Public Policy Analysis 8 23
Social Work and Youth Services 63 9 3
奖学金
学生投票

哪一个陈述更好地描述了你在学校的财务资助经历? 基于 537 个问卷回复

  • 34% 很顺畅,并且我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 23% 过程有点儿苦难,但是我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 8% 完全是令人头疼的一件事情,并且使用了各种方式来接受补助。
  • 22% 是一个开放的过程并且我正在解决它。
  • 13% 我没有申请财务资助。

学生情况

校友和毕业生
事实 & 统计
  • 校友办公室
    MSU Alumni Association
    108 MSU Union Building, Abbot at Grand River, East Lansing
    www.msualum.com/index.html
  • 校友服务
    • Athletic tours
    • Discounts of all kinds, from use of MSU athletic facilities and Spartan paraphernalia to group insurance
    • Early football ticket applications
    • Foreign travel-study and international tours
    • Lifetime e-mail forwarding,
  • 校友出版物
    MSU Alumni Magazine is a quarterly publication that reaches about 60,000 readers, providing up-to-date information on MSU news and events. A yearly subscription is $45.
  • 主要校友活动
    Big events for alumni are Homecoming, which is in October and includes a football game, Welcome Week, which is the week before fall semester starts and features appearances by the marching band and mascot, and class reunions, which take place year-round.
  • 著名校友
    • Spencer Abraham (Class of '74) - secretary of energy
    • James Blanchard (Class of '64) - served two terms as governor of Michigan (1983-1991)
    • Eli Broad (Class of '54) - chairman of SunAmerica Inc. and founder of the Broad Foundation. In 1991, Broad pledged $20 million to the MSU College of Business, which now carries his name.
    • James Caan (Class of '59) - actor
    • Jim Cash (Class of '72) - screenwriter
    • John Engler (Class of '71) - served three terms as Governor of Michigan (1991-2003)
    • Ed Feldman (Class of '50) - became a top executive at Warner Brothers and later head of film productions for Filmways
    • Clare Fischer (Class of '51) - recorded more than 45 albums and has arranged, composed, and/or played on more than 100 albums for other recording artists, won Grammy awards for Salsa Picante plus 2 + 2 and Free Fall
    • Richard Ford (Class of '66) - novelist who won the 1995 Pulitzer Prize for fiction for his novel "Independence Day"
    • Jim Harrison (Class of '60) - author, "Legends of the Fall"
    • Anthony Heald (Class of '71) - actor
    • Walter Hill (Class of '62) - directed "48 Hours," "Another 48 Hours," "Last Man Standing," "Geronimo: An American Legend," and many other action movies.
    • Donna Hrinak (Class of '72) - U.S. ambassador to Brazil, first female career civil servant to be named to the post
    • James Hoffa Jr. (Class of '63) - president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and son of the legendary Teamsters president
  • 你知道吗
    MSU has a network of more than 466,000 alumni worldwide.
多样性
事实 & 统计
  • 非洲裔美国人
    7%
  • 亚洲人
    4%
  • 西班牙人
    4%
  • 国际的
    11%
  • 本土美国人
    0%
  • 白人
    70%
  • 未知
    1%
  • 历史上是否是黑人大学
    No
  • 民族学院
    No
  • 州外学生
    27%
  • 一般住处
    • California
    • Foreign countries
    • Illinois
    • New Jersey
    • Ohio
  • 学生年龄细分
    Under 18: 2%
    18-19: 35%
    20-21: 33%
    22-24: 17%
    25+: 14%
  • 女教员
    36%
  • 男教员
    64%
  • 教员多样性
    African American: 5%
    Asian American: 10%
    Hispanic: 3%
    International: 7%
    Native American: 1%
    White: 74%
    Unknown: 0%
  • 同志骄傲大游行
    Most students are very accepting of people, regardless of their sexual preference. There are several campus groups that have been created to ensure that all issues and concerns within the gay community are addressed; twice a year, a gay pride week is held to inform the MSU community of such issues. The Lesbian/Bi/Gay students are served through a staff office and a student organization. The Alliance of Lesbian-Bi-Gay Students (ALBGS) provides representation in student government and seeks to educate the public on lesbian, bisexual, and gay issues. ALBGS provides support groups, speakers/discussions, and social activities.
  • 政治活动
    Political groups on campus have become more prevalent than ever. Whether it’s university government, the Freshman Class Council, Associated Students of MSU, Residence Halls Association, College of Republicans, or the College of Democrats, there are more than enough outlets for students to get politically involved in issues that affect their local or national communities.
  • 经济地位
    Although social and economic standing can vary throughout any large academic institution, most students who attend MSU belong to middle-class families.
  • 最寻常的地区
    Christianity is the dominant religion on campus, but there are plenty of outlets for other forms of worship. From Judaism to Hinduism and Christian Science, groups are set up so students can find common worship and spirituality with each other.
  • 校园内的少数俱乐部
    North American Indian Student Organization, Asian Pacific American Student Organization, the Black Student Alliance, the Black Caucus, Culturas de las Razas Unidas (Latino/Hispanic students), and the Womyn’s Council.
学生投票

学生在以下领域的多样性是怎样的? 基于 280 个问卷回复

非常同质化
差异性很大
  • 经济地位
  • 道德声望
  • 国际学生
  • 政治关系
  • 宗教背景
  • 性取向

How would you best describe your personal political beliefs? 基于 172 个问卷回复

  • 5% 激进的/自由的
  • 25% 自由的
  • 31% 中度的
  • 12% 保守的
  • 2% 非常保守
  • 5% 自由人
  • 20% 不是很确定

How would you best describe the political beliefs of campus as a whole? 基于 277 个问卷回复

  • 4% 激进的/自由的
  • 26% 自由的
  • 36% 中度的
  • 4% 保守的
  • 0% 非常保守
  • 0% 自由人
  • 29% 不是很确定

你加入了哪一个政党 基于 150 个问卷回复

  • 17% 共和党
  • 35% 民主党
  • 19% 无党派
  • 5% 其他没有提及的党派
  • 24% 我不关心政治

校园对于同性恋、双性人的接纳度 基于 151 个问卷回复

  • 51% 接纳度很高。这些学生被视作是正常学生。
  • 48% 接纳,他们被公平对待,但是仍然有一些人不认可。
  • 1% 有一些接受,但是这些学生可能是群体外部的,并且是害怕被孤立的。
  • 0% 不接受的,他们经常保持沉默。

学校整体对于少数群体的接纳程度? 基于 173 个问卷回复

  • 42% 非常接受的。
  • 51% 大多数学生是很接纳的,只有少数案例是不接受的
  • 5% 校园接纳度是分散的,不是所有的少数群体都是可以被接纳的
  • 1% 作为少数群体在这里是非常痛苦的
毒品安全
事实 & 统计
  • 与酒精相关的案件
    176
  • 与酒精相关的逮捕
    924
  • 毒品相关的提供
    139
  • 毒品有关大逮捕
    91
  • 最受欢迎的毒品
    • Alcohol
    • Marijuana
  • 毒品咨询项目
    MSU Counseling Center
学生投票

说出校园里最受欢迎的毒品 基于 199 个问卷回复

  • 39% 酒精
  • 34% 大麻
  • 18% 处方研究药物
  • 4% 没有
  • 1% 迷幻药
  • 1% 处方止疼药(安定剂)
  • 1% 可卡因
  • 1% 其他处方药
  • 1% 迷幻剂
  • 0% 类固醇
  • 0% 海洛因
  • 0% 甲基苯丙胺

你将如何描述校园里的毒品使用状况 基于 199 个问卷回复

  • 3% 毒品没有在校园里使用,是真的
  • 34% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 44% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 17% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 3% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

你将如何描述学校里的群体性醉酒现象? 基于 198 个问卷回复

  • 2% 学生几乎不在校园里喝酒
  • 5% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 14% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 50% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 29% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

低龄儿童如何接触到酒精 基于 200 个问卷回复

  • 7% 不限制
  • 22% 有点限制
  • 54% 不太限制
  • 16% 开放的

个人的压力如何影响学生摄入酒精和毒品? 基于 199 个问卷回复

  • 33% 你可以有足够的社会生活可以免除毒品和酒精
  • 53% 很多人以某种形式参加,如果你不参加会被区别对待
  • 14% 如果你不喝酒会觉得有点尴尬
  • 1% 如果不参与就会被排挤
希腊生活
事实 & 统计
  • 兄弟会的本科男生
    8%
  • 姐妹会的本科女生
    7%
  • 兄弟会的人数
    35
  • 姐妹会的人数
    21
  • 兄弟会
    • Alpha Epsilon Pi
    • Alpha Gamma Rho
    • Alpha Kappa Psi
    • Alpha Phi Alpha
    • Alpha Tau Omega
    • Beta Theta Pi
    • Delta Chi
    • Delta Kappa Epsilon
    • Delta Sigma Phi
    • FarmHouse
    • Iota Phi Theta
    • Kappa Alpha Psi
    • Kappa Sigma
    • Lambda Phi Epsilon
    • Lamda Chi Alpha
    • Omega Psi Phi
    • Phi Beta Sigma
    • Phi Delta Theta
    • Phi Gamma Delta
    • Phi Iota Alpha
    • Phi Kappa Psi
    • Phi Kappa Sigma
    • Phi Kappa Tau
    • Pi Kappa Alpha
    • Pi Kappa Phi
    • Psi Upsilon
    • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    • Sigma Beta Rho
    • Sigma Chi
    • Sigma Lambda Beta
    • Sigma Nu
    • Sigma Pi
    • Theta Chi
    • Theta Delta Chi
    • Triangle
  • 姐妹会
    • Alpha Chi Omega
    • alpha Kappa Sigma Phi
    • Alpha Omicron Pi
    • Alpha Phi
    • Alpha Phi Gamma
    • Chi Omega
    • Delta Gamma
    • Delta Sigma Theta
    • Delta Xi Phi
    • Gamma Phi Beta
    • Kappa Alpha Theta
    • Kappa Delta
    • Kappa Kappa Gamma
    • Pi Beta Phi
    • Sigma Delta Tau
    • Sigma Gamma Rho
    • Sigma Iota Alpha
    • Sigma Kappa
    • Sigma Lambda Gamma
    • Zeta Phi Beta
    • Zeta Tau Alpha
  • Multicultural Colonies
    • alpha Kappa Delta Phi (IGC)
    • Alpha Phi Alpha (NPHC)
    • Alpha Phi Gamma (IGC)
    • Delta Sigma Theta (NPHC)
    • Delta Xi Phi (IGC)
    • Iota Phi Theta (NPHC)
    • Kappa Alpha Psi (NPHC)
    • Lambda Phi Epsilon (IGC)
    • Omega Psi Phi (NPHC)
    • Phi Beta Sigma (NPHC)
    • Phi Iota Alpha (IGC)
    • Sigma Gamma Rho (NPHC)
    • Sigma Iota Alpha (IGC)
    • Sigma Lambda Beta (IGC)
    • Sigma Lambda Gamma (IGC)
    • Zeta Phi Beta (NPHC)
  • 其他希腊组织
    • Independent Greek Council (IGC)
    • Interfraternity Council
    • National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
    • Panhellenic Council
  • Did You Know?
    Greek Week is part of the celebration of over 130 years of Greek life on campus. Money from activities is given to Coaches for Kids, Haven House, Special Olympics, United Way, Children's Miracle Network, and Verlinden Elementary School in Lansing.
学生投票

在校园场景里希腊生活的角色 基于 370 个问卷回复

  • 43% 兄弟会很大,你不必加入社团去享受,但是你可能会考虑加入
  • 49% 希腊生活是平均的,如果你不加入没有人会区别对待你。
  • 1% 希腊生活很大,如果你不是希腊人,你就什么都不是
  • 5% 在社会生活中希腊生活是不重要且没有什么影响的
  • 1% 我们没有希腊生活

非组织人对于组织人的总体态度 基于 370 个问卷回复

  • 8% 很多不是会的人认为希腊会员做了很多对社团有益的事情
  • 43% 大多说非会员对于会员很冷漠。
  • 27% 非会员认为希腊人只对她们加入的党派有好处。
  • 22% 非会员认为他们是势力而且排外的。

进入兄弟会或者姐妹会的难度 基于 370 个问卷回复

  • 7% 很容易
  • 56% 有些容易
  • 34% 有些困难
  • 3% 很困难
姑娘们 & 小伙儿
事实 & 统计
  • 女生
    50%
  • 男生
    50%
  • 计划生育
    Yes
    Through the Olin Health Center. Planned Parenthood also provides free contraceptives for people who have already made appointments with their physicians.
  • 与学生碰面最好的地方
    1. Frat parties
    2. Classes
    3. Residence halls
  • Best Places to Hook Up
    1. Parties
    2. Bars/clubs
    3. The library (during finals week)
  • 社会科学
    MSU students can be very social once they're taken away from the stresses of academics and work. The college town atmosphere of East Lansing sees student hangouts both on and off campus, though on-campus activities are probably the best way to meet new people.
  • 同盟或者恋爱关系
    Most students on campus are still getting adjusted to the dating scene, so less serious relationships are more often seen around MSU. Academics and work can be both stressful and time consuming, and many students say that they don't feel that they have time for a long-term relationship.
  • 与男生/女生碰面的最好的地方
    There are many outlets to get involved with the dating scene on campus; it mostly depends on personal taste. If you are someone who enjoys dancing, there are plenty of parties and dance clubs near campus where you can spend your weekends. If you are more laid-back and would like to actually have a conversation, you can spend time staking out the hotties in a coffee shop or in the library. There are even options for the timid-several student-run Web sites provide dating classifieds for thousands of students looking for love.
  • 着装礼仪
    Clothes aren't a huge deal at MSU. Most students dress casually, which usually includes jeans topped with a T-shirt or a sweatshirt.
学生投票

我会说学校里的女生是 基于 225 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

我会说学校里的男生是 基于 222 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

在学校最好的交友方式是? 基于 159 个问卷回复

  • 20% Meeting new people in classes
  • 17% Dorms
  • 14% You can friends anywhere you go
  • 14% Joining clubs, groups, sororities/frats
  • 14% Finding someone who has mutual interests
  • 9% Work
  • 8% IM Sports Teams
  • 2% AOP
  • 2% Cru
  • 2% Through mutual friends/parties

你如何排名学校的社会现象? 基于 268 个问卷回复

  • 66% 非常有生气的,每天都有许多流行活动
  • 32% 活跃的,有一些流行活动
  • 1% 安静的,只有一些流行的活动和机会来遇见新的人
  • 1% 缺乏,几乎,没有有趣的或者流行的活动

校园信息

校园管理
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最有可能因为...被抓住
    • Speeding
    • Underage drinking
    • Violating parking regulations
学生投票

行政策略对于以下话题的排名严厉程度 基于 367 个问卷回复

很严格
非常宽容
  • 寝室酒精的使用
  • 出席率
  • 创建新的学生组织
  • 毒品使用
  • 荣誉守则
  • 噪音干扰
  • 停车
  • 游行示威
  • 未达到法定年龄喝酒
  • 寝室探视

校园警察或安保如何影响你的校园经历 基于 402 个问卷回复

  • 27% Very positively. Officers are kind and helpful.
  • 61% 比较好的,如果你尊重他们会很好相处。
  • 9% 有点不好,他们只对破坏感兴趣。
  • 2% 非常不好,他们把每个人都当成罪犯来对待。
体育
事实 & 统计
  • 体育协会
    • NAA
    • NCAA
  • 体育部门
    NCAA Division I-A
  • 体育会议
    Football: Big Ten Conference
    Basketball: Big Ten Conference
  • 学校昵称
    Sparty the Spartan
  • 参与大学体育的男生
    352 - 2%
  • 参与大学体育的女生
    354 - 2%
  • Students Receiving Athletic Financial Aid
    Football: 75
    Basketball: 27
    Baseball: 34
    Cross Country/Track: 57
    Other Sports: 276
  • Graduation Rates of Athletic Financial Aid Recipients
    Football: 43%
    Basketball: 29%
    Baseball: 67%
    Cross Country/Track: 50%
    Other Sports: 72%
  • 大学男生的体育运动
    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Football
    • Golf
    • Ice hockey
    • Soccer
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Wrestling
  • 大学女生体育运动
    • Basketball
    • Field hockey
    • Golf
    • Gymnastics
    • Rowing
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Volleyball
  • 体育俱乐部
    • Aikido
    • Alpine skiing
    • Archery
    • Badminton
    • Baseball
    • Cheerleading
    • Crew
    • Cycling
    • Fencing
    • Field hockey
    • Figure skating
    • Ice hockey
    • Judo
    • Karate
    • Kendo
    • Lacrosse
    • Olympic lifting
    • Outing
    • Racquetball
    • Roller hockey
    • Rugby (women's)
    • Running
    • Sailing
    • Scuba
    • Soccer
    • Spartan ski
    • Swimming
    • Synchronized swimming
    • Tae Kwon Do
    • Tennis
    • Triathlon
    • Ultimate Frisbee
    • Volleyball
    • Water polo
    • Waterskiing
    • Wrestling
  • 校内
    • Badminton (individual, team)
    • Basketball
    • Billiards
    • Bowling
    • Co-rec floor hockey
    • Golf scramble
    • Ice hockey
    • Inner tube water polo
    • Outdoor soccer
    • Roller hockey
    • Sand volleyball
    • Soccer (indoor)
    • Softball
    • Tennis tournament
    • Touch football
    • Track
    • Volleyball
    • Volleyball
    • Wallyball
  • 体育场地和工具
    • Breslin Student Events Center
    • IM Circle
    • IM East
    • IM West
    • Indoor Tennis Facility
    • Jenison Gymnasium and Field House
    • Munn Field
    • Munn Ice Arena
    • Old College Field
    • Ralph Young Field
  • 大多数受欢迎的运动
    Men's football and basketball teams draw the biggest national audiences.
  • Most Overlooked Teams
    Many of the women's sports teams, such as volleyball and basketball, don't get the recognition they deserve.
  • 学校精神
    MSU is bursting with school pride. Sparty, MSU's mascot, took first place in the Universal Cheer Association/Universal Dance Association College Nationals in Orlando, FL, while competing against 18 mascots. There's a good chance that if you scream "Go Green" from anywhere on campus, you will undoubtedly be answered back with the call "Go White." The MSU fight song is an anthem that's frequently blared from dorm rooms. MSU college students are serious about their school pride and wear the school colors frequently.
  • 获得门票
    Buy your tickets well ahead of time for most events to ensure you get the price and seats you want. MSU sporting events are well-attended, and tickets are almost always in high demand. This leads to a lot of illegal scalping on the day of events. If you must buy tickets from a scalper, only offer up to 50 percent over the face value of the tickets. They may try to bring you up, but refuse and eventually you'll get the ticket at a close to fair price.
  • 散步的最好地点
    The banks of the Red Cedar River, the W.J. Beal Botanical Gardens, and along the Horticulture Greenhouses are among the most appealing areas to take a walk on campus.
学生投票

体育运动在校园的流行度 基于 490 个问卷回复

  • 35% 几乎所有的事情都围绕体育运动展开
  • 63% 体育运动是大学生活的很大一部分
  • 2% 会参与体育运动,但是并不是校园生活的很大一部分
  • 0% 没有人关注体育运动

校内和俱乐部运动流行吗? 基于 485 个问卷回复

  • 20% 他们和大学生体育运动一样流行
  • 64% 他们没有那么大学生体育那么流行,但是仍然是校园生活的很大一部分。
  • 16% 有一些人参加,但是并不是校园生活的主流。
  • 0% 几乎没有人参加他们

你如何描述体育器材 基于 491 个问卷回复

  • 38% 体育器材是国内最好的
  • 47% 体育是重要的,并且器材的质量是给专业和非专业的都能用的
  • 12% 对于运动员比较好用,对于一般人而言就那样
  • 3% 体育器材是在需求标准之下的
校园饮食
事实 & 统计
  • 平均伙食花费
    $5170 per year
  • 新生伙食预算
    Yes
  • Student Favorites
    The Heritage Café
  • 24小时伙食提供
    None
  • 校园外使用的钱
    The Pita Pit
  • 特殊的选择
    Totally Takeout, a fast food option (of cafeteria food) for students on the go.
Dining Halls & Campus Restaurants
  • Abbot on Grand Creation Station Dining
    Location: Abbot Hall
    Food: Abbot has Abbot on Grand, the best pizza and sub shop north of the river.
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-10:30 a.m., 11 a.m.-3 p.m., 5 p.m.-7 p.m.; Friday 7 a.m.-10:30 a.m., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Akers Café
    Location: Akers Hall
    Food: Pizza and grinders, made-to-order bistro menu, international fare, quick-service restaurant items, vegetarian, Central and South American cuisines, salad bar, and floats and malts.
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Barista Café
    Location: Case Hall's south lobby
    Food: Coffee drinks and sweets.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-11:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday 3 p.m.-11:30 p.m.
  • Beaner's Gourmet Coffee
    Location: One Union Square, MSU Union
    Food: Coffee
    Hours: Sunday 9 a.m.-12 a.m., Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-12 a.m.
  • Blimpie's
    Location: One Union Square, MSU Union
    Food: Subs
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.-10 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
  • Case Dining Hall
    Location: Case Hall, south zone
    Food: Breakfast, made-to-order meals, and the pasta toss station, Scossa, which offers a unique pasta entrée daily at lunch and dinner.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Cyber Café
    Location: MSU Library
    Food: Coffees, sweets, sandwiches, and snacks.
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 24 hours, Friday 12 a.m.-11 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • East Dining Room
    Location: Brody
    Food: Breakfast, grinders, fresh-baked pizza
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Grill 155
    Location: One Union Square, MSU Union
    Food: Burgers, chicken
    Hours: Sunday 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • The Heritage Café
    Location: MSU Union
    Food: Home cooking.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Holden Dining Hall
    Location: Holden Hall
    Food: Classic comforts, gourmet choices, grill, salad station
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Holmes Dining
    Location: Holmes Hall
    Food: Entrees, omelets-to-order, salads, sandwiches
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Hubbard Café
    Location: Hubbard Hall
    Food: Salads, sandwiches, soups, smoothies
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-2 p.m., 5 p.m.-8 p.m.; Friday 7 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Lafayette Square Creation Station Dining
    Location: Brody
    Food: Pastas, salads, and desserts.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
  • LaVincita
    Location: One Union Square, MSU Union
    Food: Pizza
    Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m.-12 a.m., Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
  • McDonel
    Location: McDonel Hall
    Food: Sushi, wraps
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m.; Friday 7 a.m.-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • North Dining Room/Creation Station Dining
    Location: Brody
    Food: Variety of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options.
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 4 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Owen Graduate Center
    Location: Owen Hall
    Food: A la carte items
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-10 p.m., 11 a.m.-1 p.m., 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m.; Friday 7 a.m.-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-1 p.m., 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m.-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-1 p.m., 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m.-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • Owen Grill
    Location: Owen Hall
    Food: Burgers, chicken, fries.
    Hours: Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
  • Panda Express
    Location: Crossroads Food Court, International Center
    Food: Chinese
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-9 p.m.
  • Phillips
    Location: Phillips Hall
    Food: All-you-can-eat buffet
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-10 a.m., 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m.; Friday 7 a.m.-10 a.m., 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Shaw
    Location: Shaw Hall
    Food: Made-to-order omelets, specialty salads, made-to-order deli
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Sparty's Café
    Location: Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building, Clinical Center, Communications Arts & Sciences Building, Detroit College of Law, Engineering Building, Plant & Soil Sciences Building, and Veterinary Clinic
    Food: Coffee and sandwiches.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
  • Sparty's Coffeehouse
    Location: Crossroads Food Court, International Center
    Food: Coffeehouse
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Sparty's Convenience Stores
    Location: Brody, Case, Holden, Holmes, Hubbard, McDonel, Wilson, Wonders, and Shaw Parking Ramp.
    Food: Snacks, soda, candy.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
  • Subway
    Location: Crossroads Food Court, International Center
    Food: Subs
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-9 p.m.
  • Totally Takeout
    Location: Wilson
    Food: Provides hot meals two times per day-such as pizza, salads, soups, desserts, subs, fries, and dogs-at times when you may not be able to get into the dining halls.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
  • Villa Pizza
    Location: Crossroads Food Court, International Center
    Food: Pizza
    Hours: Sunday-Thursday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Wilson Dining Hall
    Location: Wilson Hall
    Food: Entrees, panini-style sandwiches.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Wonders Dining Hall
    Location: Wonders Hall
    Food: Made-to-order subs, specialty vegetarian.
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Woody's Oasis
    Location: Crossroads Food Court, International Center
    Food: Burgers, deli, salads, sandwiches, wraps
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m.-9 p.m.
  • Yakeley Dining Hall
    Location: Yakeley Hall
    Food: Under the Hood offers unique contemporary favorites and traditional fare.
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-2 p.m., 4 p.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
学生投票

按照下列主题给校园建筑打分 基于 448 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 便捷的时间
  • 少数的选择
  • 健康/有机的选择
  • 半夜的选择
  • 质量
  • 价值
  • 选择的多样性
  • 素食主义者的选择

校园里最棒的食物选择是什么 基于 288 个问卷回复

  • 22% Brody
  • 16% Snyder-phillips
  • 10% Union Late Night
  • 9% Everywhere, I love almost all of the cafes here.
  • 8% Food truck
  • 7% Shaw
  • 6% Landon
  • 6% Case
  • 6% International center
  • 4% Hubbard Sparty's
  • 4% Any Sparty's
  • 2% Wilsons spaghetti bar
  • 0% Akers
  • 0% Holden
  • 0% The mealplan is awesome!
校园住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 校园住宿是否可得
    Yes
  • 校园住宿容纳能力
    15,620
  • 平均住宿费用
    $3,636
  • 新生被要求住在学校里
    Yes
  • 住在校园里的学生
    43%
  • 宿舍的数量
    25
  • Number of Campus-Owned Apartments
    2
  • 最好的宿舍
    • Shaw Hall
    • West Circle
  • Worst Dorms
    Brody Complex
  • 你可以得到什么
    • 24-hour computer lab access
    • Bed
    • Cable TV and phone jacks
    • Desk and chair
    • Dresser
    • High-speed Internet access
    • Voicemail
  • 可以租住的
    Cleaning supplies, vacuums, brooms, and telephones.
  • 你知道吗
    MSU has the largest single-campus residence hall system in the country, with an average of 14,500 students living in the halls during the academic year. Staff members prepare and serve, on average, 30,500 meals a day.
Dormitories
  • Abbot
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 600
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen
    Room Types: Double
    Special Features: Ivy-covered Gothic-style building, with music rooms and a fitness center. There is one all-female quiet floor.
  • Akers
    Floors: 6
    Number of Occupants: 800
    Bathrooms: In suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen
    Room Types: Suite
    Special Features: Akers rooms are unique in that they have two bedrooms, a living/studying area, and a bathroom shared by only the occupants of the suite.
  • Armstrong in Brody Complex
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 400
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen, few sophomores
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: Largest rooms on campus. Fourth floor is an all-female and special interest quiet floor.
  • Bailey in Brody Complex
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 400
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen, few sophomores
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: Houses the Residential Option for Science and Engineering Students (ROSES). The male and female fourth floors are quiet floors.
  • Bryan in Brody Complex
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 400
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen, few sophomores
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: Houses an Honors College floor, and entire building has strict quiet hours.
  • Butterfield in Brody Complex
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 400
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen, few sophomores
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: All rooms have window air conditioners.
  • Campbell
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 200
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double
    Special Features: There is a quiet floor for both men and women.
  • Case
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 800
    Bathrooms: In room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suite
    Special Features: Home to the James Madison College interdisciplinary programs. Features an air-conditioned solarium/dining room, a library, and two upscale study lounges on each floor. There is also a fitness center.
  • Emmons in Brody Complex
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 400
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen, some sophomores
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: All floors are smoke free.
  • Holden
    Floors: 6
    Number of Occupants: 1100
    Bathrooms: In-room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suite
    Special Features: Holden Hall hosts MSU's own student radio station, Impact 89 FM, as well as the Asian/Pacific Heritage Room, an MSU community police office, and the English Language Tutorial Room. Two floors are non smoking and four floors are coed by suite floors.
  • Holmes
    Floors: 6
    Number of Occupants: 1250
    Bathrooms: Suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suite
    Special Features: Houses an Honors College Living/Learning experience floor.
  • Hubbard
    Floors: 8
    Number of Occupants: 1100
    Bathrooms: Suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suite
    Special Features: It's the tallest building, both on campus and in the city of East Lansing! Aerobics room, weight room, ping-pong, pool/billiards, televisions, and a music room with pianos on each side.
  • Landon
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 300
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single or double
    Special Features: Features a unique dining option that allows you to have your food cooked to order at the Creation Stations. Landon is also home to Totally Takeout.
  • Mason
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 600
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen
    Room Types: Single or double
    Special Features: Hosts the residential option for Arts & Letters, a two-year residential program for freshmen enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters.
  • Mayo
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 200
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen
    Room Types: Single, double
    Special Features: Features one quiet floor for men.
  • McDonel
    Floors: 6
    Number of Occupants: 1000
    Bathrooms: Suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suites
    Special Features: Much international exposure-especially good for students planning on study abroad.
  • Owen
    Floors: 6
    Number of Occupants: 900
    Bathrooms: Suite
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suites
    Special Features: Houses graduate and professional students
  • Rather in Brody Complex
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 400
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Mostly freshmen, some upperclassmen
    Room Types: Singles, doubles
    Special Features: The entire hall has a no-alcohol policy. Rather is also the most ethnically diverse hall on campus.
  • Shaw Hall
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 600
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double, or triple
    Special Features: East Shaw is smoke-free. There is a quiet floor for both male and female students.
  • Snyder/Phillips
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 500
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double
    Special Features: Phillips is a quiet hall and has a Residence Halls Association movie office. Snyder is home to the Psychology Department.
  • Van Hoosen
    Floors: 1
    Number of Occupants: 80
    Bathrooms: In apartments
    Coed: No, women only
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Apartment
    Special Features: Women need a minimum GPA of 2.2 to live in this apartment complex. Students are placed on waiting list, so apply early.
  • Williams
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 500
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: No, women only
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single or double
    Special Features: The only residence hall on campus where a meal plan is not required, and kitchenettes are supplied on each floor.
  • Wilson
    Floors: 3
    Number of Occupants: 1120
    Bathrooms: In room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Freshmen and upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suites
    Special Features: Wilson Hall is home to the Department of Residence Life and hosts the Multiracial Unity Living Experience (MRULE) program.
  • Wonders
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 500
    Bathrooms: In room
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Suite
    Special Features: Has its own dining hall.
  • Yakeley/Gilchrist
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 500
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: No, women only
    Residents: Upperclassmen
    Room Types: Single, double
    Special Features: Dining room services and an Honors College floor. This is a combined house.
  • Cherry Lane Apartments
    Floors: 42 buildings
    Number of Units: 800
    Bathrooms: In apartment
    Coed: Yes
    Residents: Faculty, upperclassmen, or graduate students
    Room Types: Efficiencies, one- and two- bedrooms
    Special Features: Typically assigned to faculty and are located about three-quarters of a mile from the center of campus.
  • Spartan Village Apartments
    Floors: 102 buildings
    Number of Units: 2,100
    Bathrooms: In apartment
    Coed: No
    Residents: Upperclassmen and graduate students
    Room Types: One- and two- bedrooms
    Special Features: Located on the southwest side of campus approximately two miles from the center of campus.
学生投票

按下列主题给校园住宿打分 基于 512 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 总体建筑质量
  • 便利设施舒适度
  • 清洁度
  • 彩票系统
  • 是否临近教室
  • 居民社区
  • 社会氛围
  • 宽敞度
  • 规则执行的力度
  • 价值
校园质量
事实 & 统计
  • 服务性员工
    1,136
  • 校园规模
    5,192 acres
  • 学生中心
    MSU Union
  • 校园图书馆
    Yes
  • 主要图书馆
    17
  • 凉快的地方
    • Demonstration Fields
    • IM Circle
    • International Center Food Court
    • Main Library
    • MSU Union Study Lounge
    • Red Cedar River Trails
    • Student Services Garden
  • 校园里的酒吧
    None
  • 校内保龄球
    A 16-lane bowling alley in the Union
  • 校内咖啡馆
    • In the biomedical facilities
    • In the International Center
    • In the library
    • In the Union
  • 校内电影院
    None, but Residence Halls Association sponsors free movies for students every weekend in Wells Hall.
  • 学校俚语
    • AllMSU: An online interaction site for MSU students to hookup, rate professors, or sell books.
    • Angel: New online MSU system that allows students to check grades and contact their professors.
    • The Aud: MSU Auditorium.
    • Bar crawl: Hopping from one bar to another on the same night.
    • B-Dubs: Buffalo Wild Wings
    • The Brojects: Refers to the Brody Hall Complex (housing for freshmen on the far west side of campus) which is widely known for its ghetto characteristics.
    • Café Nazis: Term for cafeteria workers who won't allow you to take food out of the cafeteria or who give you small portions of your favorite food.
    • Capa: Online quizzes or tests.
    • The Dirty Dollar: Term synonymous with the Dollar Nightclub, which is known for the less-than-high caliber of patrons who attend.
    • Dornament: Term for a "do not disturb" article of clothing that is hung over a closed door to warn roommates of hooking-up.
    • The Dungeon: Term for the creepy basement areas in the older dormitories.
    • The Field: Huge lawn area in front of West Circle.
    • The Gerbil Lot: A big, multi-colored parking structure on campus that resembles a gerbil's cage.
    • Gong show: Name reserved for a small group of friends who go out on a routine bar crawl at their favorite nightspots.
    • The Hub: Hubbard Hall.
    • Izzone: A designated cheering section for MSU Basketball Coach Tom Izzo.
    • Jankety: Term used to describe something that is old, slow, or broken.
    • Johnny Spirit: A 30-something man who paints his entire body green before each home football game and runs around campus.
    • Mentors: Resident Assistant.
    • NRs: New residents.
    • Old Hort: Old Horticulture.
    • Ozone: The very top of the Izzone.
    • Parking Nazis: Term of loathing for the University parking enforcement officials who creep around the campus parking lots, ready to dole out tickets for expired meters and other parking infractions.
    • Pilot: MSU mail server.
    • Prof: Professor.
    • The Rape Trail: Term for the dark pathways that run from Brody Complex to Wells Hall.
    • The Rock: A big rock by Cedar River that students and organizations use to paint messages.
    • Rocks for Jocks: ISP 203, Geology; MSU athletes usually sign up for this class because it is one of the easiest University requirements.
    • Sny Phi: Snyder-Phillips Hall
    • Sparty On!: Classic surfer lingo, which has been conveniently modified for MSU.
    • Squirrels: Nickname that refers to University of Michigan students who visit MSU.
    • STD: Sexually Trained Dornamentor; someone who frequently hangs a dornament.
    • Tool: Term most often associated with a professor who gives mind-numbing lectures.
    • Totally Takeout: A fast food option for students with meal plans.
    • The Tundra: Munn Ice Arena.
    • Wife: A female best friend.
    • Wolverines: Nickname given to the plethora of the sometimes pesky squirrels on campus, which alludes to MSU's rivalry with the University of Michigan and its mascot.
  • 传统
    • Beaumont Tower: Just follow your ears to one of MSU's most famous attractions. If you head to the center of campus and look up, you're bound to catch a glance of Beaumont Tower grazing the sky and keeping time. Beaumont Tower was designed by architect John Davidson and was completed in 1929 after a gift from John and Alice Beaumont funded its construction. John Beaumont was an 1882 graduate of what was then Michigan Agricultural College. The clock stands tall on what was formerly the site of the first building of the original school, Old College Hall. What makes the tower especially unique is the carillon that lies inside. According to the Beaumont Tower Web site, it's an old MSU tradition that one does not become a true coed until they have been kissed in the tower's shadow, or if two people kiss when the bells are ringing. Only then will they be in love forever.
    • Midnight Screams: Midnight Screams are a release, a chance to be a bit crazy for a few fleeting moments before heading back to the books for another long study session.
    • Painting the Rock: Pause to stare at the Rock-no, not the wrestler/actor, but rather the nice centralized place on campus. The Rock has tradition: anybody may paint it after sundown as long as they "control" it. As soon as you leave it, you lose "control." After sunrise, you are not allowed to paint it until the next sundown. Many student organizations, fraternities, and clubs set up tag teams to watch over the rock on the nights they paint it.
    • The Spartan Statue: The Spartan statue's athletic physique, chiseled features, and stoic pose should be enough to impress any college student. However, because the title "World's largest free-standing ceramic statue" is attached to Sparty, sometimes size does matter. Standing at 9 feet 7 inches, the 58-year-old Sparty statue was sculpted by Leonard D. Jungwirth and has yet to earn an official title as the world's tallest ceramic statue. There are plans for Sparty, which is considered the largest freestanding ceramic statue in the world, to head indoors for permanent hibernation and a new bronze statue to be constructed in its place.
    • Tennis Court Tailgates: The tennis courts are the place to be at 10 a.m. Saturday mornings of home football games. The tents are set, the fight song is playing, and beer cans are popping. Just after 9 p.m. the night before a football game, MSU football fans are beginning to line up along Chestnut and down Trowbridge to claim a part of tailgating turf.
    • Wonder Dog: Every halftime show during football season, Zeke "The Wonder Dog" puts on a show for fans by performing amazing Frisbee-catching feats.
  • 校园传说
    • A complete network of steam tunnels provides an underground way to get around the whole campus.
    • East Lansing is the cloudiest city in Michigan. The National Climatic Data Center's Web site lists Lansing as a city with a mere 51 percent chance of sunshine.
    • Former MSU president John Hannah had such a love for black squirrels that he hired a professor to trap them from Battle Creek and relocate them on campus.
    • The world's biggest hairball was gutted from a butchered cow and then put on display in Anthony Hall. (This is false of course; MSU has the world's second-biggest bovine hairball-it's slightly larger than a basketball.)
    • The world's fastest cow lives at MSU. Taffy-the once-crowned world's fastest cow-recently passed away. Even though Taffy is gone and a subsequent cow contender has since trumped her race time, she is still making the "moos" papers. As recently as this summer, her story of victory graced the pages of an Australian tabloid and was ironically one of the most credible stories in the magazine.
  • 最喜欢做的事情
    In between classes, you can sweat off some stress on the tennis courts, attend a museum tour, watch a play or music concert, grab a bite to eat or some dessert at The Dairy Store, or settle down to a free movie at Wells Hall—all without ever leaving campus. The school shows a lot of movies, and these are very popular with students looking to relax for a few hours. During the warmer months, the tennis courts are always packed with students and the WJ Beal Botanical Gardens draw crowds of nature lovers. The International Center, MSU Union, and auditorium are hosts to concerts, guest speakers, hypnotists, and fashion shows throughout the year.
  • 校内组织
    There are more than 400 student organizations on campus.
  • 后备军官训练队
    Air Force ROTC: Yes
    Navy ROTC: No
    Army ROTC: Yes
  • 你知道吗
    The number of students in the library around 1 a.m. during finals week can reach up to 1,200 people-a far cry from the 100 to 200 students present on a normal weekday night throughout the semester.
学生投票

在以下领域给校园设施打分 基于 248 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 娱乐
  • 教室
  • 计算机房
  • 食堂
  • 学校总体建筑
  • 绿色建筑
  • 住宅
  • 绿化地带
  • 图书馆
  • 建筑的现代性
  • 表演艺术
  • 科学实验室
  • 学生中心
  • 学生景点
  • 视觉艺术

你最喜欢在学校做的事情是什么 基于 128 个问卷回复

  • 15% Walk around with friends
  • 14% Get ice cream from the Dairy Store
  • 13% Home sports games
  • 12% Walk through the gardens
  • 9% Participate in clubs
  • 8% Play outdoor games with friends
  • 8% Go off campus
  • 7% Class
  • 5% Attend Performances
  • 3% Attend group exercise classes
  • 3% Photography
  • 2% Campus Center Cinemas
  • 0% UAB events
  • 0% Go for a run
  • 0% Varsity Rowing Team
  • 0% Visit Friends

你最喜欢的校园活动和传统是什么 基于 122 个问卷回复

  • 20% The Spartan Statue
  • 16% Painting the Rock
  • 15% Midnight Screams
  • 15% Beaumont Tower
  • 9% GAME DAY
  • 8% UAB Events
  • 6% Burning couches
  • 6% Tennis Court Tailgates
  • 5% Wonder Dog
  • 0% Singing the alma mater by the pines
  • 0% Greek Probate

对于身体残疾的学生学校是否友好? 基于 139 个问卷回复

  • 47% 非常友好,学校会竭尽所能来满足他们的所有需求。
  • 41% 很友好,他们的大部分需求都能够满足
  • 12% 挺友好的,学校采取了一些措施但是并不足够。
  • 0% 不友好,残疾学生被忽视了。

What is your overall opinion of your school and the campus community? 基于 250 个问卷回复

  • 59% 我很热爱我的学校并且为他骄傲。
  • 38% 我喜欢学校里的几乎每一样东西,但是我仍然希望这里有所变化。
  • 2% 学校很好,我们只是在这里接受教育而已。
  • 1% 我讨厌我的学校并且没有学校精神。
安全 & 健康
事实 & 统计
  • 校园犯罪
    • Aggravated Assault: 11
    • Arson: 2
    • Burglary: 142
    • Murder/Manslaughter: 0
    • Robbery: 4
    • Sex Offenses: 8
    • Vehicle Theft: 13
  • 保卫处
    (517) 355-2221
  • 安全服务
    • Escort Service
    • Green Light Phones
  • 健康中心
    olin.msu.edu
    Monday-Tuesday 8 a.m.-7 p.m., Wednesday-Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
  • 健康服务
    • Birth control
    • Health education
    • Medical, dental, and optometric care
    • Physicals
    • Preventative medical care
    • Testing
    • Treatment for illnesses or injury (non-emergency)
  • 托育服务
    Yes
  • Did You Know?
    • There are over 6,000 fire extinguishers on campus.
    • Lot Watch is a volunteer student service organization developed by the MSU Police to assist with crime and safety in the student parking areas. The volunteers work surveillance in parking areas looking for thefts, assaults, and other similar crimes.
学生投票

你对下面归于校园内性侵的说法是否同意? 基于 176 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 酒精在校园内性侵扮演了重要角色。
  • 校园行政人员给性侵提供了好的环境。
  • 校园行政人员努力工作来防止性侵。
  • 朋友、同学或者自己曾经是校园或者校园附近受到过性侵。
  • 我们学校有解决性骚扰的快捷途径。
  • 校园性侵是一个很严重的问题。
  • 学生严肃看待校园性侵。

关于安全你关心什么? 基于 246 个问卷回复

  • 15% 抢劫或者偷窃
  • 14% 独自一人走路
  • 14% 性侵
  • 11% 没有
  • 9% 醉酒
  • 9% 校园附近的犯罪
  • 9% 黑暗的小路
  • 5% 学校里没有学生
  • 4% 毒品
  • 3% 寝室安全
  • 2% 学生间的暴力
  • 2% 没有强大的安保
  • 1% 没有安全护送服务
  • 1% 没有急救电话
  • 1% 团伙暴力

校园内的警察是否可见 基于 245 个问卷回复

  • 29% 经常看到并且愿意帮助学生。
  • 51% 在需要帮助的时候出现。
  • 18% 只是负责监管停车或者分发停车券
  • 2% 不是经常见到
  • 0% 我们有校园警察吗

你在学校里感到安全吗? 基于 323 个问卷回复

  • 33% 校园里非常安全
  • 50% 总体上是安全且舒适的,独自行走的时候
  • 17% 一群人在一起更安全
  • 0% 相对不是很安全。
停车场
事实 & 统计
  • 学生经常停车
    Yes
  • 新生是可以停车的?
    No
  • 大致的停车费用
    $71–$171
  • 普通的停车券
    • Expired meter: $10
    • Fire lane: $25
    • No parking zone: $25
    • Handicapped zone: $100
  • Best Places to Find a Spot
    • There is a parking ramp behind the Student Book Store, and you can try your luck to find a spot at a meter.
    • Your best bet (if you are attending classes) is to find a parking lot off-campus and walk or take the bus to classes.
    • You can sneak a free parking spot at places like the Hannah Center, which is roughly a 10-15 minute walk to campus.
  • Good Luck Getting a Spot Here
    Anywhere remotely close to your classes (i.e. on campus).
  • 获得停车许可
    Faculty and grad students get priority selection for parking permits. Everyone else must apply early to ensure selection. Applications are available online at the parking services Web site starting around July.
  • 停车服务
    MSU Police
    (517) 355-8440
    parkinfo@dpps.msu.edu
    www.dpps.msu.edu
学生投票

按照下列话题给校园停车打分 基于 305 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 距离班级的距离
  • 到宿舍的距离
  • 找到停车点的容易程度
  • 强制停车
  • 许可证费用

离开学校停车的便利程度 基于 305 个问卷回复

  • 2% 免费的,并且经常有很多停车点。
  • 9% 免费的,但是很快就停满。
  • 18% 费用合理,并且经常有很多停车点
  • 41% 费用合理,但是很快就停满
  • 15% 价格合理,很容易找到停车点。
  • 14% 价格离谱,并且没有开放的停车点。
Technology
事实 & 统计
  • 无线连接
    No
  • 24小时的实验室
    Yes
    The library computer lab
  • 打印是否需要付费?
    Yes
    10 cents a page
  • 特殊的软件和硬件折扣
    Anti-virus, Firewall, Microsoft Office, Windows XP
  • 你知道吗
    Self-service printers are available 24 hours a day in all residence hall labs.
学生投票

根据以下主题来给电脑打分 基于 405 个问卷回复

很弱
非常棒
  • 电脑实验室的可得性
  • 校园技术支持
  • 免费/打折的软件
  • 计算机实验室的数量
  • 打印的价格限制
  • 网络的可靠性
  • 网络速度
  • 教室和实验室的技术
  • 无线的可得性

带自己的电脑是否有必要? 基于 229 个问卷回复

  • 2% 不要浪费钱,校园里有足够的可以使用的电脑
  • 8% 对于学校里的功课是没有必要的,但是对于社交和娱乐很重要。
  • 90% 非常重要,尤其是在学期中实验室特别拥挤的时候。
  • 0% 学校给每个学生都提供了电脑
周边交通
事实 & 统计
  • 在城镇游玩的最好方式
    • Bicycling
    • CATA Bus system
    • Driving
    • Walking
  • Best Ways to Get to the Airport
    • A cab ride to the airport costs $15.
    • Marriott shuttle service (517) 337-4440
    • Ramada Inn shuttle service (517) 351-5500
    • Yellow Cab/Spartan Cab (517) 482-1444 The bus stops on Grand River in front of the campus, and the trip takes about 45 minutes to an hour. Bus service is $1 or $0.50 with your student ID.
Public Transit
  • CATA Bus System

    (517) 432-2282

    www.cata.org

  • Detroit Metro Airport

    1 Detroit Metro Airport, Detroit

    (734) 942-0680 (734) AIRPORT

    www.metroairport.com

  • Capital City Airport

    4100 Capitol City Blvd., Lansing

    (517) 321-0168

    www.capitalcityairport.com

  • Greyhound Trailways Bus Terminal

    The Greyhound Trailways Bus Terminal is in Downtown Lansing, approximately four miles from campus. For schedule information, call (800) 231-2222

    420 S. Grand Ave, Lansing

    (517) 482-0673

    www.greyhound.com

  • East Lansing Amtrak Train Station

    The Amtrak Train Station is in East Lansing, approximately one mile from campus. For schedule information, call (800) 872-7245

    1240 S. Harrison St., East Lansing

    (517) 332-5051

    www.amtrak.com

学生投票

给下列交通打分 基于 157 个问卷回复

不适用
自由
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列交通的便利程度打分 基于 156 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列长途从家到学校的交通工具打分 基于 156 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 飞机
  • 长途汽车
  • 长途火车
  • 共乘

学校提供的交通工具的便利程度 基于 333 个问卷回复

  • 61% 非常易得,列数多且有很多停靠点
  • 33% 比较方便的,时间通常与上课时间对上
  • 5% 有点不好用,接的次数和停靠点不是很方便
  • 1% 很难使用,一点也不可靠也不便捷
  • 1% 没有

在学校里有自己的车是否是必要的 基于 333 个问卷回复

  • 1% 校园很大,所以学生需要依赖一辆汽车
  • 3% 公交总是不可靠,所以需要一辆车
  • 85% 学生通常步行或乘公交,但是汽车对于外出很棒
  • 8% 汽车毫无存在价值,你可以在步行距离内完成所有的事情
  • 4% 你不能有车

去周边城镇是否方便 基于 333 个问卷回复

  • 30% 很容易
  • 65% 相对容易
  • 5% 相对困难
  • 0% 很困难

环境 & 氛围

当地
事实 & 统计
  • 有趣的当地逸事
    1. East Lansing is the birthplace of chocolate cheese.
    2. The East Lansing Film Festival, held annually, is the largest and most diverse film festival in Michigan (check out www.elff.com for more info).
    3. There are only 5 locations in the United States that boast a large black squirrel population, and East Lansing is one of them.
    4. The largest portion of the city's population is between 19-25 years old.
    5. The city of East Lansing, built as an extension of Lansing, appeared after MSU was founded.
  • 当地名人
    • Timothy Busfield
    • Jim Cash
    • Bob Guiney
    • Anthony Heald
    • Earvin "Magic" Johnson
    • Steven Seagal
  • 当地俚语
    • Bar Crawling: Going to several bars in a row drinking; encouraging intoxication in groups
    • B-Dubs: Buffalo Wild Wings
    • Bent: Intoxicated
    • Duece-Duece: A 22-oz. beer
    • Hoodie: Any type of hooded sweatshirt
    • J. Crew clones: Fraternity boys
    • Popo: Police
  • 名胜古迹
    • Grand Rapids
    • Impression 5 Museum
    • Lansing Capitol Building
    • Lansing Lugnuts Stadium
    • Mackinaw Island
    • Traverse City
  • 购物中心
    • Eastwood Town Center
    • Frandor Plaza
    • Lansing Mall
    • Meridian Mall
  • 电影院
    Lansing Mall 6
    921 Mall Dr. W.
    Lansing
    (517) 886-3456
  • 主要体育队伍
    • Detroit Fury: arena football
    • Detroit Lions: football
    • Detroit Pistons: basketball
    • Detroit Red Wings: hockey
    • Detroit Shock: WNBA basketball
    • Detroit Tigers: baseball
    • Grand Rapids Rampage: arena football
    • Lansing Lugnuts: minor league baseball
  • 距离主要城市的路程
    • Chicago: IL: 4 hours
    • Detroit: MI: 1 hour, 30 minutes
学生投票

根据以下话题给当地氛围打分 基于 217 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 生活成本
  • 食堂
  • 当地人对学生的友好程度
  • 博物馆的吸引程度
  • 夜生活
  • 停车
  • 娱乐
  • 职业运动
  • 安全
  • 景色
  • 购物
  • 交通

你们学校的当地氛围如何 基于 217 个问卷回复

  • 29% 城市生活很棒,这里经常有很多有趣的事情发生。
  • 58% 多样性的城镇,没有大城市,但是有足够多的与校园不相关的活动。
  • 3% 很有魅力的小镇。
  • 11% 在大城市附近,但是离开学校没啥好玩的。
  • 0% 挺偏僻的

与其他大学靠近吗?之间有交流吗? 基于 217 个问卷回复

  • 51% 这附近有很多经常交流的学校和学生
  • 28% 附近有学校,但是学生不交流
  • 21% 附近没啥学校

你觉得自己毕业之后会留下来吗? 基于 218 个问卷回复

  • 16% 完全会
  • 61% 如果我找到好工作就留下来
  • 24% 完全不可能
周边饮食
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最爱
    • Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar
    • Fellini's
    • Flats Grille
    • Panchero's
  • 24小时餐馆
    • Denny's
    • IHOP
  • 最佳亚洲餐馆
    Asian House
  • 最佳早餐
    Tony's Restaurant
  • Best Healthy
    Pita Pit
  • 最佳披萨
    Hungry Howie's
  • 最佳翅膀
    Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar
  • 和父母一起的最佳选择
    Bennigan's
  • 其他值得去的地方
    • 7-Eleven
    • BD's Mongolian Barbecue
    • Burger-Rama
    • Charlie Kang's
    • Gourmet Village
    • Panera Bread
    • Red Lobster
    • Rice Kitchen
    • Sushi-Ya
  • Did You Know?
    • With just a few clicks of the mouse, students can order off-campus food from the Web at www.campusfood.com. The site has become a favorite amongst MSU students because it only takes a few seconds to peruse the menus and daily specials of nearly 20 restaurants and order some grub for delivery.
    • The Parlour hosts the Dare to Be Great Challenge-an eating competition to finish off 21 large scoops of ice cream within an hour. Those who accomplish the task get the ice cream for free and their picture placed on the wall of the restaurant.
Grocery Stores
  • Kroger
    1550 W. Lake Lansing Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 351-9361
  • Meijer Inc.
    2055 W. Grand River, Okemos
    (517) 347-9101
  • All Seasons Bistro
    Food: Gourmet
    1500 W. Lake Lansing Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 336-9890
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: It's one of the fancier restaurants in the Lansing area and great for a date.
  • Applebee's
    Food: Steaks and sandwiches
    2450 Coolidge Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 336-5926
    www.applebees.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: The décor displays photographs and memorabilia highlights of local heroes and history.
  • Asian House
    Food: Asian (Chinese/Vietnamese)
    1001 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 332-3950
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Serves both a Chinese and Vietnamese menu.
  • Baskin-Robbins
    Food: Ice cream
    1137 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 332-8513
    www.baskinrobbins.com
    Price: $2-$5
    Cool Features: 31 flavors of ice cream!
  • Beggars Banquet
    Food: Breakfast, sandwiches
    218 Abbott Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 351-4540
    www.beggarsbanquet.com
    Price: $5-$15
    Cool Features: Offers a new menu every six months.
  • Bells Greek Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    1135 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 332-0858
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Home of the $0.94 slice!
  • Bennigan's Grill & Tavern
    Food: Irish meals, steaks, and sandwiches
    2085 W. Grand River Ave., Okemos
    (517) 349-2321
    www.bennigans.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Staff members get together and sing for customers on their birthdays.
  • Blimpie
    Food: Deli and salads
    1201 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-9800
    www.blimpie.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Many of the sandwiches are low-fat
  • Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar
    Food: Grill and bar
    220 M.A.C, East Lansing
    (517) 333-2999
    www.buffalowildwings.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: There are two big-screen televisions and smaller TVs on every corner.
  • Cold Stone Creamery
    Food: Ice cream
    200 M.A.C. Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 337-9550
    www.coldstonecreamery.com
    Price: $3-$5
    Cool Features: Great selection of ice cream flavors and mix-ins.
  • Cottage Inn Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    615 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 324-4300
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Fast delivery.
  • Crunchy's
    Food: Burgers and beer
    254 W. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-2506
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Hosts karaoke nights on Thurdays-Saturdays when MSU is in session.
  • D.P. Dough
    Food: Calzones
    986 Trowbridge Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 324-7000
    www.dpdough.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Calzones are awesome.
  • Denny's
    Food: American family dining
    2701 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-0421
    www.dennys.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: The breakfast smile is only $4.99.
  • Domino's Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    966 Trowbridge Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 351-7100
    www.dominos.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Pick up or delivery.
  • El Azteco Restaurant
    Food: Mexican
    225 Ann St., East Lansing
    (517) 351-9111
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Voted "Best Mexican Restaurant" and "Best Margaritas" by the Lansing State Journal over the past several years.
  • Expresso Royale Café
    Food: Coffee, dessert
    547 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 332-5224
    www.espressoroyale.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: An indoor fireplace with an indoor/outdoor front room.
  • Flats Grill
    Food: Flats, sandwiches
    551 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 332-8888
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Each flat comes with cornbread
  • Georgio's Gourmet Pizzeria
    Food: Pizza
    1010 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-1000
    Price: $5-$10
  • Gumby's Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    315 W. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-8400
    www.gumbyspizza.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Try the Pokey Sticks!
  • Harper's Restaurant & Brewpub
    Food: Burgers, pizza, pasta, and beer
    131 Albert Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 333-4040
    www.harpersbrewpub.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Check Web site for weekly specials and live music updates. Usually 6-8 microbrews on tap at one time.
  • Harrison Roadhouse
    Food: Burgers, sandwiches, and beer
    720 Michigan Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 337-0200
    www.harrisonroadhouse.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Check Web site for weekly drink specials, and great menu, including fish and chips and cajun pasta.
  • Hungry Howie's Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    2622 N. East St., East Lansing
    (517) 374-9550
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Can pay with Spartan Cash, even for delivery.
  • 国际薄烤饼店
    Food: Breakfast
    2771 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 337-8311
    www.ihop.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Awesome service, but get there early on weekends because it can get packed very quickly.
  • India Palace
    Food: Indian
    136 W. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 336-4150
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Banquet/private room
  • Ingcredible
    Food: Asian
    1500 W. Lake Lansing Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 333-3328
    www.ingcredible.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Take out or delivery.
  • Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches
    Food: Subs and sandwiches
    4790 S. Hagadorn Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 333-1800
    www.jimmyjohns.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Combos available, with drink and side.
  • Korea House Restaurant
    Food: Asian
    978 Trowbridge Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 332-0608
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Korean specialties.
  • Lou & Harry's Five Star Deli
    Food: Greek
    245 Ann St., East Lansing
    (517) 351-5566
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Voted best deli in East Lansing
  • Lou & Harry's Greek Grill
    Food: Greek
    235 Ann St., East Lansing
    (517) 853-8590
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Known for their great breakfasts.
  • Mancino's Pizza & Grinders
    Food: Pizza, grinders, salads
    2843 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 337-8612
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Toasted sandwiches, whole or half grinders, and medium or large pizzas.
  • Omi
    Food: Japanese, sushi
    210 M.A.C. Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 337-2222
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Omi means "big ocean."
  • P.T. O'Malley's
    Food: Irish, burgers, and beer
    210 Abbott Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 332-2959
    www.ptomalleys.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: MSU students come here before and after football games.
  • Panchero's Mexican Restaurant
    Food: Mexican
    125 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-3620
    www.pancheros.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Homemade tortillas
  • Papa John's
    Food: Pizza
    1219 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 337-1234
    www.papajohns.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Fast delivery.
  • Papa Leo's
    Food: Pizza
    515 W. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-1811
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Accepts Spartan Cash, even for delivery.
  • The Parlour
    Food: Ice cream, burgers, sandwiches
    321 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 324-9600
    Price: $2-$10
    Cool Features: Large portions of ice cream!
  • The Peanut Barrel
    Food: Burgers and sandwiches
    521 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-0608
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: A pool table in the back of the restaurant, and of course, they serve peanuts.
  • Peking Express
    Food: Chinese
    603 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 351-0533
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Offers either quart-size or pint-size meals.
  • The Pita Pit
    Food: Sandwiches/pitas
    219 E. Grand River, East Lansing
    (517) 333-9850
    Price: $5-$10
  • Pizza House
    Food: Pizza
    4790 S. Hagadorn Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 336-0033
    www.pizzahouse.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Chicago-style pizza
  • Reno's East Side Sports Bar/Grill
    Food: Pizza and beer
    1310 Abbott Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 337-2333
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: "Hall of Fame" homemade pizza. Guinness is always on tap.
  • Rick's American Café
    Food: Burgers and beer
    224 Abbott Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 351-2285
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Specials on burger baskets and pizzas throughout the week.
  • Riv Café
    Food: Burgers and beer
    231 M.A.C., East Lansing
    (517) 351-5855
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Three big screen TVs and three pool tables.
  • Sir Pizza
    Food: Pizza
    1500 W. Lake Lansing Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 332-2727
    www.sirpizza-mi.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Lunch specials everyday 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Spartan Hall of Fame Café
    Food: American
    1601 W. Lake Lansing Road
    (517) 337-4680
    spartanhalloffamecafe.com
    Price: $10â$20
  • Starbucks
    Food: Coffee/desserts
    401 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 332-0398
    www.starbucks.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Earvin "Magic" Johnson owns this Starbucks.
  • Subway
    Food: Sub sandwiches
    330 Albert Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 381-1455
    www.subway.com
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Many of the sandwiches are low-fat.
  • Sultan's Restaurant
    Food: Middle Eastern
    4790 Hagadorn Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 333-4444
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: A banquet/private room is available for large parties.
  • Taste of Thai
    Food: Asian
    1105 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 324-0225
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Lunch specials Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Thai Kitchen
    Food: Asian
    2843 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing
    (517) 332-8866
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Very fast service.
  • Tony's Restaurant
    Food: Italian
    235 Ann St., East Lansing
    (517) 332-5553
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Best breakfast around campus.
  • Traveler's Club International Restaurant
    Food: Greek, Middle Eastern, American
    2138 Hamilton Rd., Okemos
    (517) 349-1701
    www.travelerstuba.com/travelersclub_001.htm
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Home of the Tuba Museum.
  • Udon Sushi Restaurant
    Food: Seafood and sushi
    134 N. Harrison Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 332-5995
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Extensive menu of sushi nakami, rolls, and platters.
  • Woody's Oasis
    Food: Middle Eastern
    970 Trowbridge Rd., East Lansing
    (517) 351-2280
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Daily specials.
学生投票

按照下列主题给校外餐厅打分 基于 374 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 价格
  • 便利
  • 健康有机的选择
  • 深夜选择
  • 品质
  • 学生折扣
  • 选择的种类
  • 素食主义者

你如何给校外餐厅的多样性打分 基于 396 个问卷回复

  • 58% 当地特色很多样性
  • 34% 足够多的种类,不至于腻味
  • 6% 只要连锁餐厅和快餐
  • 2% 少数食物的无尽重复
周边住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 住在校外的学生
    57%
  • Average Off-Campus Room & Board
    $8,856
  • 租房的最佳时间
    October
  • 流行的地区
    • Cedar Village
    • Chandler’s Crossing
    • Melrose Apartments
  • 平均租金
    • 1 BR: $400
    • 2 BR: $450
    • Studio: $375
学生投票

按照下列主题来给校外住宿打分 基于 333 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 可得性
  • 成本
  • 获得的便利程度
  • 房东
  • 停车
  • 到学校的距离
  • 到公共交通的距离
  • 购物的距离
  • 质量
  • 安全
  • 多样性

校外附近住宿如何,值得吗? 基于 321 个问卷回复

  • 18% 完全值得,很容易就找到地方了,而且价格也是合理的。
  • 72% 价格和可得性不是很好,但是附加的自由还是很值得的。
  • 8% 高价或限制性的选择让很多学生住校。
  • 2% 不值得那么费事还有花费的代价,每个人都住在学校。

学校帮学生在校外找住宿是否有帮助? 基于 334 个问卷回复

  • 21% 非常有帮助。
  • 51% 有一些帮助。
  • 28% 不是很有帮助。
  • 0% 学校不允许学生住校外。
聚会场合
事实 & 统计
  • 主要有夜生活的地方
    Downtown East Lansing on Grand River
  • 其他检查的地方
    • Dagwood's
    • Mac's
    • Spiral
    • Trippers
  • Local Specialties
    • Harper’s American Wheat Beer:
    • Peanut Barrel Long Islands:
  • 最喜欢的喝酒游戏
    • Beer pong
    • Card games
    • Century Club
    • Flip cup
    • Power Hour
    • Quarters
    • Spoons
  • 夜生活的主要资源
    • www.allmsu.com
    • www.barsofeastlansing.com
    • www.Lansingcitypulse.com
    • www.LansingNoise.com
    • www.statenews.com
    • www.virtualtourist.com
  • 关门时间
    2 a.m.
  • 喝酒最便宜的地方
    Crunchy’s
Club Listings
  • Whiskey Barrel Saloon

    Greatest country bar around! Line dancing, country karaoke, and a mechanical bull-this is a very popular spot for many MSU students. Open Tuesday-Saturday 7 p.m.-2 a.m. Check the Web site for great drink specials.

    410 South Clippert

    (517) 351-5690

    www.whiskeybarrelsaloon.net

  • The Dollar

    Located across from the Brody Complex, the Dollar is usually a 21-and-over club but offers college nights every Thursday. The 18,000-square-foot club boasts a 740-square-foot dance floor, five pool tables, and 10 televisions including a large projection TV (about 80 inches), which on Tuesdays plays videos as the DJ simultaneously spins the song.

    3411 E. Michigan

    (517) 351-2451

  • Reno's East Side Sportsbar & Grill

    A decent sports bar, Reno's has many big screens, and the enthusiastic crowds are great. Free popcorn is an added plus.

    1310 Abbott St.

    (517) 337-2333

  • PT O'Malleys

    This is the bar most frequented by Greeks. But it's cool in that it's Irish-themed and the drinks are pretty cheap. The best night of the year is St. Patrick's day when green beer and green eggs and ham are served all day.

    210 Abbott St.

    (517) 332-2959

  • The Peanut Barrel

    The Peanut Barrel is a no-nonsense bar with a couple of TVs, a great juke box, two pool tables, a couple dart boards and video games-and, of course, peanuts. Come check it out. It's a student favorite.

    521 E. Grand River Ave.

    (517) 351-0608

  • Rick's American Café

    The best place in town to hear live music, Rick's can really pack students in with the large standing room area and huge downstairs. If someone good is playing, be prepared for long lines.

    224 Abbott St.

    (517) 351-2285

  • Spartan Sports Den

    Located off the beaten path, the Den isn't really busy, but it's worth checking out.

    1227 E. Grand River Ave.

    (517) 333-1944

  • Roadhouse Pub

    The Roadhouse Pub, located next door to the Harrison Roadhouse, is a cool little watering hole where the beer's always cold, the popcorn's usually fresh, and somebody's always willing to test your skills on the dartboard or the pool table. Nightly drink specials and a nifty patio area make the Pub a hard place to leave. Just ask the loyal "Roadies" who scramble to get back to these cozy quarters whenever they can.

    720 Michigan St.

    (517) 337-0200

  • The Riv

    One of the more spacious bars on campus, the Riv is a place that many students add to their bar-hopping stops, shooting some pool, watching sports on the big screen, and then continuing on to the next bar.

    231 M.A.C. Ave.

    (517) 351-5855

  • The Landshark

    The ambience of this bar is a basement college hangout. The food is fantastic for your typical bar fare, and the scene is lively and driven usually by a talented DJ. Get there early on Thursdays or during home games `cause the place is jumping!

    101 E. Grand River Ave.

    (517) 351-8973

  • BW-3

    With pool tables, darts, trivia games, and giant TVs, Buffalo Wild Wings is a cool place to watch a game or just lay low. And you can do either while eating wings dipped in 12 different sauces and sipping on domestic, imported, or specialty brews or your favorite cocktail.

    306 Albert

    (517) 333-2999

  • Bistro 37

    Located in the Marriot, and open until midnight each night, Bistro 37 is a nice place to sip wine and order a few appetizers, but definately not a place to get rowdy.

    300 M.A.C. Ave.

    (517) 337-4440

  • Beggar's Banquet

    Open until 1 a.m. Monday-Thursday, 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 12 a.m. on Sunday, Beggar's has weekly specials, such as half-off wine and appetizers on Wednesdays, $2 Coronas, Dos Equis, and margaritas on Thursdays, pitcher and jager bomb deals on Friday, and $3 flavored vodka martinis on Saturdays.

    218 Abbott

    (517) 351-4540

    www.beggarsbanquet.com

  • Crunchy's

    Crunchy's is every MSU student's first exploration into binge drinking, thanks to the Buckets of Beer. The inside has painted green walls adorned with old framed Spartan photos and paraphanalia. The bar is very small, but the fun is to try and pack as many people into the tiny booths as possible.

    254 W. Grand River

    (517) 351-2506

  • KC's Lounge

    KC's is your typical, aniseptic hotel lobby bar. The style is modern, with lots of gray metal and glass. There are a couple TVs behind the bar and a seating area that has about six tables. But the service is outstanding, and it's next to the front desk. If you want a quick drink before a game or event at the Breslin Center, get one here and you'll be at Breslin within five minutes.

    55 S. Harrison St.

    (517) 432-4000

  • Harper's Brewpub

    This is East Lansing's first brewpub, and they got it right the first time! It's a great place to come and watch the game, shoot pool, or try a sampling of their brews. All-in-all, students rarely are disappointed, and the brewpub supports MSU by proudly displaying green and white.

    137 Albert Ave.

    (517) 333-4040

  • El Azteco

    The rooftop deck is definately a reason MSU students come here and order a pitcher of margaritas and watch passerby's below. There's good Mexican food here, and the restaurant is always trying to get a bigger crowd by offering cheaper deals to students.

    225 Ann St.

    (517) 351-9111

  • House parties are big at MSU. You can find many parties going on every weekend at many of the fraternities, or you can find big block parties on Gunson Street. The trick is to ask around and get on an e-mail list that can give you weekly updates on all the latest events. Some MSU house parties charge a small cover (around $5) since they provide you with beer and a cup, although if you're female you usually don't have to pay.

学生投票

按照下列主题给校外的酒吧打分 基于 269 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 去很方便
  • 费用不高
  • 到学校的距离
  • 喝酒的价格
  • 有趣
  • 选择的多样性

每年最大的聚会是什么? 基于 159 个问卷回复

  • 36% MSU vs UofM Home Games
  • 31% There are a major number of parties around
  • 16% Halloween
  • 7% St. Patrick's Day
  • 6% I don't attend parties
  • 4% Homecoming

学校里的party是怎样的 基于 279 个问卷回复

  • 14% 每天都有不眠之夜的聚会
  • 62% 从周三到周六有很多选择
  • 15% 只有周末在一些比较正式的家庭聚会
  • 3% 好的聚会很少且遥远
  • 6% 聚会,那是什么
气候 & 天气
事实 & 统计
  • 平均温度
    Spring - High: 56 °F
    Spring - Low: 35 °F
    Summer - High: 80 °F
    Summer - Low: 57 °F
    Fall - High: 59 °F
    Fall - Low: 39 °F
    Winter - High: 32 °F
    Winter - Low: 16 °F
  • 平均降水
    Spring: 2.69 in./month
    Summer: 3.16 in./month
    Fall: 2.81 in./month
    Winter: 1.64 in./month