The Office of Housing and Dining Services is committed to encouraging student success by providing a residential living experience unequalled anywhere. Our living-learning environment features a variety of quality facilities with modern amenities, a dedicated and caring staff, programming opportunities for students to connect with peers and explore interests, and a safe and supportive atmosphere to enhance students’ academic and personal endeavors.
Located inside the Clark Student Center, the official MSU Bookstore is operated by the Follett Higher Education Group. Not only does the Bookstore carry the textbooks students need for their MSU courses (both bound and electronic format), but their favorite Mustangs apparel, gifts, school supplies, convenience items, gifts, and trade and reference materials as well. The Bookstore ensures students receive the lowest local price on textbooks with their “meet & beat” title pricing program. Textbooks and e-Books are available for both purchase and rental.
At home, most students have a “living room” where they can relax and enjoy themselves. But, while away at college, these students sometimes have trouble finding a place with the comforts of home. It is the goal of the Clark Student Center (CSC) to fill that void. As the center of the university community, the CSC strives to create a setting in which students can relax, study, socialize, and experience personal fulfillment.
Students have enough to worry about at college: classes, studying, work, family and social life, and everything else. They should not have to stress about eating too. Having a meal membership lets students grab a tasty and filling meal to enjoy with friends or on the go without any hassle. There are no dishes to clean, worries about trips to the grocery store, or digging through the couch to find loose cash. Eating on campus is not only good, it’s convenient.
Providing equal access to educational programs and activities at MSU through the coordination of services, reasonable accommodations, consultation, and advocacy, Disability Support Services (DSS) ensures qualified students with disabilities are guaranteed a learning environment that provides reasonable accommodation of their disability Services are provided based on individual need as assessed through recent diagnostic information and a personal interview.
The Information Technology department at Midwestern State University is responsible for the design, development, and maintenance of campus computing resources including administrative systems, the campus network (MSUNet), and the campus phone system.