Updated March 12, 2020: The Global DH Symposium will be an all virtual event in 2020.

Parking on Campus

There are a limited number of parking passes available free-of-charge for Symposium attendees. Registered attendees will receive information about obtaining a pass in early March.

Located south of the Red Cedar River, Lot 62w is very close to the MSU Main Library. If that lot is full, Ramp 6 on West Circle Drive is somewhat close to the MSU Library – about a 3-5 minute walk.

Visitors may park in either location using only available “Pay By Plate” spots. The parking rate for visitors is $2.00 per hour or $10 for 24 hours, higher than the rates in downtown East Lansing. The machine accepts multiple forms of payment, including cash, coins, and credit cards, however it does not make change. You can also pay and extend your time using the Spot On app.

Accessible parking is located on the east side of the Main Library, and at the South (back) entrance.

More information about on-campus parking may be found on the MSU Police website.

Parking in Downtown East Lansing

Across Grand River Ave., there are plenty of parking options including the Albert Ave. Lot, the Grove St. Garage, the Charles St. Garage, the Division St. Garage, and the Bailey St. Lot. These attended parking options run at the rate of $0.75 per half hour. More information can be found using the City of East Lansing’s Downtown Parking page.

Bus Routes to Campus

CATA (Capital Area Transit Authority) is an easy and efficient way to navigate the greater Lansing area, and a good option to get to the Kellogg Center from the airport or to explore MSU’s campus or downtown Lansing. One-way fare is $1.25, or $0.60 for students, seniors, persons with disabilities, and Medicare cardholders.

CATA’s customer service representatives are available to assist you with trip planning and route information by calling 517-394-1000. You can also visit the CATA website for more information.

Michigan Flyer

The Michigan Flyer provides transportation between the Detroit Metro Airport, Brighton, Ann Arbor, and East Lansing. The buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts, enclosed luggage racks, electrical outlets, and Wi-Fi. Round trip fare from DTW to East Lansing is $54. Round trip fare from Brighton or Ann Arbor to East Lansing is $30. For more information, please visit the Michigan Flyer website.