Fall Saturdays in Mississippi are for MSU football. Davis Wade Stadium recently celebrated 100 years and underwent a new expansion and renovation bringing the new capacity to 61,337. Grab your cowbell and meet your friends for tailgating in the Junction before heading into the game for fierce SEC action.
Bulldog Student Athletes play their hearts out on the field but still make time to share with others. This video features the MSU Baseball team on a recent trip to Batson Children's Hospital in Jackson, MS to brighten the day of some very special kids.
Mississippi State University has numerous athletic traditions. The story of choosing Maroon and White, the origin of the cowbell, and how Left Field Lounge got its start are all interesting pieces of MSU's history.
Sessums Hall is an all-female, traditional-style residence hall that has a strong community where girls form life-long friendships. It is a mirror image of McKee Hall, the all-male hall located across the street. It is located in the Central Zone of campus, and each room includes a microwave, refrigerator, wireless Internet, cable TV outlet, individual room temperature control, sink, mirror and much more.
Mississippi State University offers a variety of undergraduate research opportunities. The Research Symposium is an opportunity to showcase faculty-guided student research efforts from diverse departments, colleges and research centers across campus.
The community and the university are always working together to create a home away from home for our students. The delicious local restaurants and great shopping spots along with the fun festivals, sporting action, and friendly residents make Starkville - Mississippi’s College Town!
Mississippi State University is “The People’s University,” where more than is expected is expected. We have over 21,000 students from every state and over 80 countries, but the “family” feeling on campus is undeniable. As one of the nation's leading research universities, we help students prepare to change the world.
Every Summer Saturday in Starkville should start at the Starkville Community Market! You can pick up your locally grown fresh produce and baked goods, discover new local artisans, check out cooking and gardening demonstrations, listen to the live music, and so much more!