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STEM Facilities

MSU STEM Building

One of MSU’s strengths as a Big Ten research institution is offering undergraduates unmatched academic experiences, and our newest academic facility delivers on this promise as well as on our commitment to sustainable growth.

In the past decade, enrolled credit hours in science, technology, engineering and math-related courses at MSU have increased nearly 40%. To accommodate this interest, MSU constructed the new STEM Teaching and Learning Facility, which repurposes the Shaw Lane Power Plant using sustainable wood construction to create a forward-looking and collaborative space that will meet the evolving needs of students and provide them with skills in high demand.

This facility, opened in fall 2021, added more than 100,000 square feet of teaching and laboratory space to meet the increased demand for STEM courses today and for years to come.