Linfield Hall is the home of MSU’s College of Agriculture.
This building is named for Frederick Linfield, dean of agriculture and director of the Agricultural Experiment Station, 1913 - 1937. It was built specifically for agriculture and finished in 1909, with an $80,000 appropriation from the legislature. In its early years, it was called Morrill Hall after the 1862 federal act that established America’s land grant colleges and universities.
Handicapped access at the North Door
Upcoming events in Linfield Hall
Letters and Science Distinguished Speakers Series, Elizabeth Cascio
Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 5:30pm
Elizabeth Cascio, Associate Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College, will "Child's Play? The Economics of Preschool Education in America" as part of the College of Letters and Science's Distinguished Speakers Series. There is much interest today in public interventions to increase... View Details