Menstruation Products Available at MSU

Menstrual products are a basic health necessity and the lack of access to products can take a toll on the physical health, mental health, and education of university students. MSU recognizes this need and is pleased to help create an equitable environment for all students to feel empowered about their bodies and manage menstrual hygiene safely and with dignity. 

The MSU divisions of Student Life & Engagement (SLE) and Infrastructure Planning and Facilities (IPF) are installing complimentary menstrual product dispensers in women’s and all-gender restrooms on first floors (or nearest restrooms to the first floor) of student-facing buildings this winter. We expect a full implementation by the end of January 2023.  

Please note, Mission Menstruation X MSU will continue providing free menstrual products in men’s restrooms where all-gender restrooms are not present. 

The Mission Menstruation X MSU student organization has worked closely with MSU throughout the research, trial and implementation processes of this initiative. We are thankful for their efforts, along with other student leaders and faculty and staff advocates, to help move this initiative to implementation. Thanks to Mission Menstruation X MSU, Associated Students of MSU (ASMSU), Residence Halls Association (RHA), Women’s Advisory Committee for Support Staff (WACSS), Gender and Sexuality Campus Center (GSCC), and Women*s Student Services for their continued support of menstrual hygiene for MSU students.  

We are in process of developing a map of complimentary menstrual hygiene product dispensers. In the interim, the following is a list of buildings that will have dispensers installed by January 2023: 

Bathroom with menstruation dispenser hanging on wall
Complimentary menstrual product dispenser

Academic Buildings

  • Administration Building 
  • Anthony Hall 
  • Audiology 
  • Auditorium 
  • Baker Hall 
  • Berkey Hall 
  • Bessey Hall 
  • Biochemistry 
  • BioMed Physical Science 
  • BMPS Group 
  • Business College 
  • Central Services 
  • Chemistry 
  • Chittenden Hall 
  • Comm Arts 
  • Computer Center 
  • Conrad Hall 
  • Cook Hall 
  • Dem Hall 
  • Engineering Group 
  • Engineering 
  • Erickson Hall 
  • Eustace 
  • Farrall Hall 
  • Fee Hall 
  • Food Science 
  • FRIB/Cyclotron 
  • Geography 
  • Giltner Hall 
  • Human Ecology 
  • IM Circle 
  • IM East 
  • IM West 
  • International Center 
  • Jenison 
  • Kedzie Hall 
  • Kresge Art 
  • Library 
  • Life Sciences 
  • Linton Hall 
  • Marshall Hall 
  • Mcphail (Equine) 
  • Meat Lab 
  • Minskoff Pavilion 
  • Morrill Hall of Ag 
  • MSU College of Law 
  • MSU Museum 
  • MSU Union 
  • Music Practice 
  • Music 
  • Natural Resources 
  • Natural Science 
  • Old Botany 
  • Old Horticulture 
  • Olds Hall 
  • Olin Health Center 
  • Packaging 
  • Pegasus 
  • Planetarium 
  • Plant & Soil Science 
  • Psychology 
  • Scene Shop 
  • Shaw Ramp/CATA 
  • STEM Building 
  • Student Services 
  • UPLA-IMC 
  • Vet Clinic 
  • Wells Hall 

Residential Buildings

  • 1855 Place – All-gender restrooms 
  • Akers Hall 
  • Armstrong Hall 
  • Bailey Hall  
  • Brody Hall 
  • Bryan Hall 
  • Butterfield Hall 
  • Campbell Hall 
  • Case Hall 
  • Emmons Hall 
  • Gilchrist Hall 
  • Holden Hall 
  • Holmes Hall 
  • Hubbard Hall 
  • Landon Hall 
  • Mason Hall 
  • Mayo Hall 
  • McDonel Hall 
  • Owen Hall 
  • Phillips Hall 
  • Rather Hall 
  • Shaw Hall 
  • Snyder Hall 
  • University Village – Community Center 
  • Van Hoosen Hall 
  • Williams Hall 
  • Wilson Hall 
  • Wonders Hall