Students of MCU-MI enjoy full access to the resources on the campus of SVSU, which include athletic complex, sculpture exhibition center, Melvin J. Zahnow Library, and more.
Gerstacker Regional Aquatic Center
The premiere aquatic center of the Great Lakes Bay Region featuring an eight-lane, 50-meter pool with two 1-meter boards and a 3-meter board and a Daktronics timing system with full-color message board.
Harvey Randall Wickes Memorial Stadium
Home of the Cardinal Football team with state-of-the-art Desso Turf surface, Musco Lighting and a Daktronics video board
James E. O'Neill Arena
A 60,000 sq. ft. facility with indoor track.
A 10,000 sq. ft. facility with a competition floor and practice courts with six retractable hoops.
Permanent grandstand seating and natural grass infield and outfield.
Permanent grandstand seating with skinned clay infield and natural grass outfield.
Natural grass playing surface, team shelters and a Daktronics scoreboard.
Six courts with Deco surface and lighting allowing utilization during the evening hours.
The Fieldhouse is a premiere facility offering an 85-yard football field with field turf surface, 300-meter indoor track with timing booth for all indoor track meets and four full batting cages for baseball & softball training. The fieldhouse is connected to all other amenities of the Ryder Center and is the second facility of its kind at the NCAA Division II level.
Campus Recreation Center/Fitness Center
The Fitness Center encompasses over 63,000 sq. ft. offering fitness machines, free weights, walking/running track, and three basketball courts. In addition, racquetball courts, practice fields, a dance studio and other multi-use rooms are available at the Ryder Center.
Ted A. Morley Outdoor Track & Field
A nine-lane 400-meter Beynon surface track.
Sculpture Exhibition Center
The Detroit-based public sculptor Marshall M. Fredericks (1908-1998) donated two thousand works to SVSU where the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum was founded right on the campus at the Arbury Fine Arts Center. The museum showcases a unique collection through his 70 years of fantastic career and draws visitors from home and worldwide. MCU-MI is located in a walking distance from the spectacular art center where monumental figurative sculpture, public memorials, and fountains can be appreciated with free entrance.
Admission to the Museum is free to walk-in visitors.
Museum tours can be scheduled by calling 989.964.7096 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Tours should be scheduled 4 weeks in advance.
Melvin J. Zahnow Library
Thousands of online and print books and articles can be accessed through Melvin J. Zahnow Library. Whether you’re on or off campus, there are over 150,000 e-books and more than 48,000 full-text e-journals available to you. When you’re in the Library, you can connect with a librarian for in-person assistance at the Reference Desk on the 1st floor.