MSU Union

MSU Union 

If you want tasty food, Spartan swag or to see the student activities hotspot, visit the MSU Union.

The MSU Union is home to the University Activities Board (UAB), which hosts a variety of concerts, open mic nights, craft nights and much more for students during the school year. You’ll also find a food court, the Spartan Spirit Shop, study lounges and computer centers here.

This building was originally called the Memorial Student Union and officially opened in June 1925 as a memorial to American soldiers. Teams of students, faculty, alumni and other college supporters dug the basement by hand. 

The MSU Union is a lifestyle center where students meet and have fun. You can grab a drink, a snack, a meal or a souvenir. You can study, visit the North Neighborhood Engagement Center or just relax and use the Wi-Fi anywhere in the building. There is always something going on! 

Digging the foundation

Volunteers digging the foundation for the MSU Union in November 1923. The text on the front reads: M.A.C Men work on Union Building Nov. 1923.


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