On Monday August 18, 2014, parking areas South and North of Evans Hall will be closed by a construction fence, in preparation for the upcoming demolition project. This closure is expected to remain in place until August 2016. Please review the image for the exact location of the closure.
Mississippi State landscape architecture students are working with MSU Facilities Management to build a courtyard adjacent to the Landscape Architecture Building on the south side of campus.
University officials, along with city and state leaders, celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Starkville-Mississippi State University Area Rapid Transit (SMART) system on Monday. The free campus-community routes already attract more than 5,000 riders each day.
Mississippi State University and its leaders earned national recognition recently for promoting and maintaining healthy trees and inspiring faculty, staff, students and community members to conserve.
Officials from the Mississippi Recycling Coalition were at Mississippi State Tuesday [Jan. 14] to present the university with the "Educational Institution Recycler of the Year" award.
On Friday, December 20, 2013, portions of Barr Avenue and George Perry Street will be closed for construction activities related to the New Classroom Building project.
Mississippi State University is adding another component to its sustainable campus initiative. MSU has partnered with SmartWatt Energy to implement a large-scale energy efficient lighting and lighting control project, commonly referred to as SmartLighting.
Beginning Tuesday September 10, 2013, a portion of the parking behind Middleton, Roberts, and the Central Plant will be closed for construction activities for the new Thermal Storage project.
Heith Fox and Douglas Dumas of Facilities Management put the finishing touches on the Fixit bicycle station outside of Oak Hall. The Fixit includes all the tools needed to perform basic bicycle repairs and maintenance, including changing a flat tire and adjusting brakes.
STARKVILLE, Miss.--Mississippi State is being honored by a national publication for its facility maintenance decisions resulting in more than $20 million in savings over seven years from decreased energy consumption.