Getting Here & Staying Here

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Getting to East Lansing

Most attendees will be flying into the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. The Michigan Flyer can take you from Detroit to East Lansing with a stop at the East Lansing Marriott. Car rental services are also available at the Detroit Metro Airport.

Other options for getting to East Lansing include flying into Lansing or Grand Rapids, using the Amtrak or riding the Greyhound or Indian Trails bus services. For detailed information on all of these options, visit our Travel Information Page.


Staying in East Lansing

The conference will take place at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, and guests are encouraged to take advantage of the discounted group rates that are being offered for the nights of May 27-30. Detailed pricing information and booking instructions are available on our Accommodation Page.

Housing is also available in the Rather Hall Dorm. This dorm is located directly across the street from the Kellogg Center and is considerably cheaper than other housing options in East Lansing. Alternative hotel options are also available. For more information on all of these options, visit our Accommodation Page.


Getting Around East Lansing

Bussing services in Lansing and East Lansing are provided by CATA. Routes are available to take you between East Lansing and downtown Lansing. There are stops conveniently located at the Kellogg Center, the Lansing airport, and the East Lansing Amtrak Station.

For a list of available taxis in the area and additional local transportation options, visit our Local Transportation and Parking Page.


What To Do in East Lansing

There are a number of exciting locations to visit on MSU’s campus. Attendees will want to explore the Beal Botanical Gardens or enjoy our famous MSU Dairy Store ice cream. For a complete list of destinations, visit our Points of Interest Page.

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