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.