For the health and safety of our community, the Business College Complex is closed to the public for the Fall 2020 Semester. Broad College faculty and staff must pass the health screening survey prior to entering and must do so each day before entering.
Wander the halls of the Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion with Sparty on this virtual tour! Stop at points of interest and get a 360° look at the new home for business at the MSU Broad College of Business.
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, the Business College Complex will be closed to the public throughout the Fall 2020 Semester. All faculty, staff and doctoral students may access the building via MSU ID swipe 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
In addition, graduate students that have an in-person instructional component may access the building via MSU ID swipe during the following hours:
Monday–Thursday | 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Friday | 7:30 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday–Sunday | Closed
Please submit your suggestions for our Business College Complex facilities team via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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.
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:
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.
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.
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.
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.
Use of tobacco, including vaping, is prohibited on MSU’s campus.
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 email@example.com with the details of your request, including the following information:
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.