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Classes and offices for many departments in the College of Letters and Science are based here, including: English, History and Philosophy, Mathematical Sciences, Native American Studies, Political Science, and Sociology and Anthropology. Students can receive academic assistance at the Writing Center, Math Center and Local Government Center. The offices for the Dean of College of Letters and Science are also located in Wilson Hall. Visitors are welcome to stop by the Native American Center on the lower level.

Completed in 1976, the building is named for Milburn Lincoln Wilson, agriculture economics faculty 1914-34, and then undersecretary of agriculture during Franklin Roosevelt’s presidency. The lovely courtyard is named for Wallace Fisher, an electrical engineering graduate who received an honorary doctorate from MSU in 1975.


 Wilson Hall

Handicapped access at southwest door

Upcoming events in Wilson Hall

Gabrielle Lemire (Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, MSU) will be speaking at the ASA Seminar: Simulating Potential Outcomes in the Presence of Interference Abstract:  Simulation studies are widely used to understand the behavior of statistical methods, such as measuring the performance of estimators. In...   View Details

David Ayala (Montana State University) "Morita-types of Reedy categories"
Monday, December 5, 2022, from 4:10pm to 5:15pm

Math Seminar. Monday, December 5, 4:10-5:15pm MT Room. Wilson Hall 1-142 Speaker. David Ayala (Montana State University) Title. Morita-types of Reedy categories Abstract. A homotopy-type is a set together with data that codifying how it is presented as a quotient of other sets;  this additional data enables inductive inclusion-exclusion counting...   View Details

Applied Math Seminar with Dr. Firas Khasawneh (ME Dept., Michigan State University) Scoring Surface Patterns Using Persistent Homology Quantifying patterns in visual or tactile textures provides important information about the process or phenomena that generated these patterns. In manufacturing, these patterns can...   View Details

Focus Friday
Friday, August 26, 2022 to Friday, December 9, 2022, from 9:00am to 12:00pm

Open writing time for graduate students   View Details