Psychology department facilities are located in four buildings on campus.

The majority of faculty members conduct research and have offices in the Psychology Building, but some graduate students and faculty members have offices in Giltner Hall. The Psychological Clinic is attached to the Psychology Building. The Behavioral Neuroscience program is moving to the new IST building this fall. 

Psychology Building

The Psychology Building (316 Physics Rd.) was built in 1949 and housed the departments of Physics and Astronomy until 2002, so the name on the building is "Physics & Astronomy". There are engraved portraits of famous physicists around the entrances of the building.

Psychological Clinic

The MSU Psychological Clinic (Psychology Rd.) is on the north side of the Psychology Building. There are parking spots for clinic guests on Psychology road.

Giltner Hall

Giltner Hall (293 Farm Ln.) was built in 1952 for veterinary medicine and was the largest building on campus at that time. Now Giltner Hall houses our Behavioral Neuroscience program and some of our graduate student offices, as well as several departments within the College of Natural Science.

The Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building (766 Service Rd.) will be the new home of our Behavioral Neuroscience program in Spring 2020!