Michigan State University (MSU) has experienced a rapid increase in COVID-19 positivity rates since students moved back to campus for spring semester. The increase also is a result of a failure by some Spartans to adhere to our health and safety guidelines. To reduce transmission, we are issuing a period of enhanced physical distancing, which will be in effect Sunday, Jan. 31 through 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, Feb.
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From Jan. 4-14, 2021, the Sparty's locations in Case Hall and Owen Hall will offer expanded grab and go menus. This will allow Spartans on campus to have an array of options to choose from at open retail spots. Sparty's Market is also available to students during this time frame.
Spartans can find dining hours for early arrival and spring semester at the links below.
For students arriving to campus early, retail locations will be open through Jan. 14, 2021. Dining halls in Akers, Brody and Case will open on Jan. 15, 2021.
Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) recently honored Michigan State University (MSU) with the inaugural Best Campus Dining Award. FARE strives to enhance the lives of individuals with food allergies through education, awareness and advocacy initiatives.
Dining hours for Thanksgiving weekend are available on the Eat at State website. Residential dining halls will be closed beginning Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 3 p.m.
Our partners in Residence Education and Housing Services work to promote campus safety by securing the exterior doors of impacted residence halls on home football Saturdays.
Culinary Services is reopening seating areas within residential dining halls and the MSU Union Food Court on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020.
As fall semester begins, the Culinary Services team is excited to enhance the Combo-X-Change (CX) meal benefit program! Dining plan holders can now redeem their CX at on-campus Starbucks locations.