Michigan State University considers one of its responsibilities to maintain an atmosphere of religious freedom for individuals. There are many student religious centers in East Lansing, devoting their facilities to meeting student needs. These have staffs of ministers, priests, rabbis, spiritual leaders and directors of student activities. The groups provide Michigan State University students with the chance to participate in religious worship, programs, and the opportunity to meet other students through social activities. See Student Organizations for the current list of student religious groups. A list of the members of the Religious Advisors Association can be found at https://msu.edu/~msuraa/memberorganizations.html. The Alumni Memorial Chapel, on campus, is available for public services of a religious nature. It is also made available to students wishing to enter the sanctuary for private devotions. For scheduling, contact the MSU Union, 1-517-884-8127.
For more information, visit www.msuunion.com.