Each month we curate a list of events and opportunities that may be of interest to you. This is your guide to things to see and do on campus (or online!) during the month of June.

Athletic Events


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See sportcamps.msu.edu for more information.

  • Tom Izzo Overnight Boys Basketball Camp: June 13-16
  • Spartan Swim Camp: June 13-17
  • Spartan Sprint Camp (Swimming): June 19-22
  • Football 7 on 7 High School Team Camp: June 15
  • Football Offensive/Defensive Line Technique Camp: June 15
  • Tom Izzo Shootout Team Basketball Camp: June 17-18
  • Tom Izzo Basketball Day Camp: June 19-22
  • MSU Diving Camp: June 19-23
  • Spartan Golf Camp: June 19-23
  • MSU Hockey Camp I: June 19-23
  • MSU Hockey Camp II: June 26-30
  • Football Youth Camp: June 20-21
  • Spartan Soccer Camp: June 20-23
  • Football Kicking Camp: June 21
  • Football Rising Stars Camp: June 22-23
  • Girls' Basketball Elite Camp: June 23
  • MSU Wrestling Youth Camp: June 23-24
  • MSU High School Wrestling Camp: June 24
  • Girls' Basketball Overnight and Day Camps: June 24-27
  • Spartan Soccer Camp: June 26-29
  • MSU Diving Camp: June 26-30
  • Spartan Baseball Kids Camp: June 27-29
  • Spartan Gymnastics Day Camp: June 27-30

Children's Events

  • Be a Tourist in Your Own Town: June 4 - MSU participating locations include Beal Botanical Garden, CeLTA Language School, Demmer Shooting Sports Educational & Training Center, Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum, MSU Community Music School, MSU Bug House, MSU Dairy Store, MSU Forest Akers Golf Courses, MSU Horticulture Gardens & 4-H Children's Garden, MSU Museum, MSU Surplus Store
  • Broad Art Museum - Family Day: June 4

Educational Events

Museum & Cultural Events

Performing Arts Events

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