About Us

Our Hotel

Dedicated on Sept. 17, 1951, our Michigan State University (MSU) location was the first of 13 Kellogg Center facilities in the U.S. The W.K. Kellogg Foundation donated a generous $1.4 million grant to support to project, with additional contributions made by MSU and the Michigan Hotel Association.

The Kellogg Center was originally developed to house and feed guests while conducting educational conferences and meetings. It continues to deliver on the original mission and has expanded to provide a distinctive range of amenities. Serving as a “front door to the university,” the hotel and conference center has a profound impact on the greater MSU community, offering unrivaled customer service, an award-winning restaurant, experiential training for hospitality students and flexible space to host an array of functions.

Learn more about our facility by taking a virtual tour or viewing images in our gallery.

Our Guest Experience Survey

We are always striving to improve the Kellogg Center experience for our guests. Our team would love to hear from you about what is working or how we can improve. Let us know by completing our short guest experience survey.

Our Sustainability and Recycling Programs

Our Kellogg Center team supports university initiatives and strives to help maintain a sustainable campus. Below are some of the programs we have in place to minimize our footprint.

  • Amenity dispensers are installed in the shower and sink areas in the guest rooms. These refillable bottles eliminate the need for small plastic bottles that typically get replaced with every room changeover in hotel facilities. The Gilcrest & Soames Zero % product line we utilize has no sulfates, parabens, phthalates, or artificial colors and is not tested on animals.
  • Landfill and recycling are divided in the guest rooms to give people the option to separate items.
  • For stayover rooms, linens are changed every third day for longer stays, unless otherwise requested.
  • Several bedding items such as mattress pads are made from recycled materials.
  • The State Room Restaurant sources food products locally whenever possible. They also receive regular deliveries from the MSU Student Organic Farm, utilizing campus-grown produce in menus.


Our Career Opportunities

We employ many student team members from MSU’s School of Hospitality Business program. They gain valuable real-world skills by serving our guests at the Kellogg Center and in the State Room Restaurant. Additionally, any full-time positions we have open are shared to the MSU Careers website. Please see our careers page for additional details.

Our Contact Information

Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center
Michigan State University
219 S. Harrison Road.
East Lansing, MI 48824-1022