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Business Resources Near Murray State University

When your student heads to college, there’s a whole new community to explore. We help parents find the resources they need. From MSU student housing to MSU off-campus apartments, we will point you to the most student-friendly housing options in Murray. Along with on- and off-campus housing, your student may need help finding a bank near MSU, or a convenient Murray healthcare provider. Last but not least, you’re sure to want to visit! Whether you’re looking for a place to stay for move-in, family weekend, graduation or any time in between, we can introduce you to the best hotels and restaurants near MSU campus plus share ideas for activities to enjoy with your student or on your own.

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  • Haverstock, Bell, and Pitman
    Haverstock, Bell, and Pitman

    Our firm, located in Murray, Kentucky, has been providing legal services to individuals in Western Kentucky collectively for over 60 years.

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RECENT POSTS

  • At 11:34 am
    Dear Freshman

    Congratulations on starting college! Looking back, there are some things I wish I’d known when I was a freshman. I want to share what I’ve learned so you can make the most of your college experience. Friends If you’re like me and didn’t stay local for college, you may not know anyone in your class.

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