Mayo Hall

Mayo Hall is located in the North Neighborhood was renovated in 2009. Built in 1931, Mayo is MSU's oldest residence hall. Originally called “Sylvan Lodge,” it was in a small park, the remains of which can be seen in a group of trees east of the building. The name was deemed inappropriate and the hall was renamed for Mary Mayo, who started women’s courses at MSU. Mayo Hall offers a music living-learning option.

Features:

  • Community-style bathrooms
  • Single and double rooms
  • Barrier-free housing
  • Air conditioning in public areas
  • Quiet floors available
  • West Circle Business Office
  • Loftable furniture; lofts are not permitted in Mayo

Contact Information:
Mayo Service Center: 517-355-2481
Community Director: Tamika Smith, 517-355-8714, smitht80@msu.edu
Facilities Manager: Tom Welburn, 517-355-8515, welburn@msu.edu

Mayo student groups wishing to reserve meeting space, e-mail WCBookings@rhs.msu.edu

Other groups wishing to reserve meeting space, e-mail OHBookings@rhs.msu.edu