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More than a building.

The Broad College of Business felt thrilled to break ground on this building in September 2017, but more so for what it means for the future of our college.

The Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion, a state-of-the-art facility covering 100,000 square feet, will cement our position as a top-of-mind business school and will enhance the Broad student experience through its design around community, collaboration and teamwork. Higher education as we know it is changing, and this structure will position the Broad College ahead of the curve with flexible classrooms, energy-efficient spaces and cutting-edge technology.

These features represent the face of the Minskoff Pavilion; what lies within the walls are what we anticipate most. Spartans for generations to come will have the resources to innovate, build relationships and work together, and this is where our faculty will develop transformational business leaders.

We thank our loyal alumni, donors and friends who have gotten us to this point and welcome you to become a part of this exciting project. Go Green!

Dean Gupta's signature

Sanjay Gupta
Eli and Edythe L. Broad Dean

Michigan State is an important university and important to my past. It gave me a strong foundation, so I am privileged to be making a contribution that will help Michigan State continue to attract and prepare future business leaders.
Edward J. Minskoff

Portrait of Edward J. Minskoff

The largest single gift received from an individual in MSU’s history.

Alumnus and real estate developer Edward J. Minskoff provided the $30 million naming gift toward completion of the Pavilion.

The gift—the largest single gift received from an individual in MSU’s 164-year history—will create innovative learning and career development spaces for business students.

Learn More about Mr. Minskoff

Monthly Video Updates

View short monthly video updates that chronicled the Minskoff Pavilion’s construction.

A packed atrium of the Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion during the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Named Spaces

Our community of alumni and friends made a tremendous impact on the Minskoff Pavilion project.

Minskoff Pavilion Named Spaces Ground Floor

Ground Floor

The ground floor of the Pavilion includes the cafe, entrepreneurship lab and spaces to enhance the student experience through innovation and building relationships.

Minskoff Pavilion Named Spaces 1st Floor

Level 01

Level 01 features interview rooms, the media studio, the career management center and employer-focused spaces.

Minskoff Pavilion Named Spaces 1st Floor

Level 02

Level 02 features team rooms and areas for students to collaborate and become the next generation of transformational business leaders.

Minskoff Pavilion Hours

Monday–Friday | 7:00 am 10:30 pm
Saturday–Sunday | 12:00 pm 10:30 pm

Suggestions?

Please submit your suggestions for our Business College Complex facilities team via email to facilities@broad.msu.edu.

  • Facilities Manager
  • Neil Brecheisen
  • Minskoff Pavilion
  • 651 N Shaw Ln Rm M100P
  • East Lansing, MI 48824
  • Phone: (517) 353-0544
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Rear exterior of the Minskoff Pavilion

Broad College Policies

The Eli Broad College of Business conforms to the policies and ordinances set in place by the MSU Board of Trustees. A comprehensive list of these policies and ordinances can be found on the Board of Trustees website. We have only highlighted the most common policies.

  • Animals

    Only service animals providing assistance to individuals with disabilities are allowed inside the Business College Complex. Violations of this ordinance are subject to a 90-day misdemeanor.

    MSU Board of Trustees Ordinance 23.00

  • Displaying Flyers/Signs

    There are three public bulletin boards located on the ground floor and first floor of the Business College Complex. Flyers can be displayed on these boards for up to 14 days. The following information must be included on the flyer:

    • Name
    • Contact information (email or phone)
    • Date posted

    Posters left longer than 14 days or ones that do not contain the requested information will be removed. Any materials placed in areas other than the public bulletin boards will be removed.

    MSU Board of Trustees Ordinance 28.01

  • Locker Usage

    Use of the lockers is restricted to MSU students, faculty and staff. Lockers are available on a first-come basis and available for temporary use only.

    The Eli Broad College of Business is not responsible for any items lost, stolen or damaged. Locks are not provided or maintained by the Broad College. Lockers are not considered to be secure spaces, and it is not advised to store any valuables inside a locker.

    Usage restrictions:

    • An individual may have only one locker at a time.
    • Absolutely no food or drink may be left in a locker. Any food/drink found in a locker will be discarded and locker privileges will be revoked.
    • Items that may create annoying smells or noises may not be placed in the lockers and will be removed.
    • Illegal substances/material may not be stored in lockers. If such items are found, they will be confiscated and turned over to the MSU Department of Police and Public Safety.
    • Lockers are owned by the Broad College of Business and are subject to inspection at any time at the discretion of the Facilities Manager.
    • Lockers must be emptied by the Friday of finals week at the end of each semester. Lockers will be cleaned out, items donated and any remaining locks cut during the week after finals each semester.
  • Lost and Found

    Lost and Found is located in the Dean’s Office on the fifth floor of the North Business Building, Suite N520H. Please turn in lost and found items to the Dean’s Office. Cell phones, car keys and other highly valuable items will be turned in to the MSU Police Department at the end of the business day. All other items will be held for 14 days before being turned over to the MSU Police Department or donated to MSU Salvage.

  • Scooters, Rollerblades, Skateboards and Other Mobility Devices

    Mobility devices used for non-medical reasons are prohibited within the complex. Michigan State University has established policies, ordinances and regulations to reduce the risk of fire hazards in campus buildings. Given the current risk of fire associated with hoverboards, electric mobility devices and other similar equipment and the lack of recognized safety standards for hoverboards, electric mobility devices and other similar equipment, the Secretary of the Board of Trustees hereby prohibits the use, charging, storage and possession of hoverboards, electric mobility devices and other similar equipment in all University buildings.

    No person upon roller skates, rollerblades, a skateboard, in-line skates or similar devices shall go in or upon any parking ramp, buildings, gardens or any other posted areas.

    MSU Board of Trustees Ordinances 12.01, 33.00, & 38.00

  • Tobacco Usage

    Use of tobacco, including vaping, is prohibited on MSU’s campus.

  • Vendors, Tabling, Selling and Advertising

    No goods or services shall be sold on University premises without an authorized written permit. Any group, company, individual etc. who wants to put up a display on college property to advertise or promote their goods or services must be approved by the Broad College Facilities Manager. Please email facilities@broad.msu.edu with the details of your request, including the following information:

    • Date
    • Time
    • Purpose
    • Number of tables being set up
    • Location requested, if you want to table in a specific area
    • If IPF will be dropping off any tables/chairs or if you are supplying your own

    MSU Board of Trustees Ordinance 27.00