The Student*University Center is comprised of two buildings, the Student Center and the University Center. The combined facility is a focal point for the social, recreational and cultural life of the diverse Georgia State University community.
Known as the campus meeting place, the center is a convenient spot for students, faculty and staff to study, socialize, eat, shop, bank, enjoy performances and events, watch movies and television, view art exhibits, attend meetings and learn about campus life. It offers more than 28,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including a 425-seat auditorium and spacious ballroom that may be reserved for seminars, conferences, lectures, receptions, banquets, concerts and other functions.
More than just buildings, the Student*University Center encompasses four program areas that offer events and services to enhance university life and education:
- Campus Events
- Spotlight Programs Board
- Student Media
- The Annual Miss Georgia State University Scholarship Pageant
The center is the venue for many of their events and activities, as well as those of the student organizations and services that make their home in the complex.
For a schedule of Student*University Center events, which are typically free and often open to the public, visit the online calendar.
The mission of the Student*University Center is to enhance the quality of student life, to engender a sense of community and to contribute to the learning environment for all of the center’s constituencies.
The center creates a distinctive environment supported by quality, responsive services that facilitates programs, student services and community interaction that enables students to succeed and the university to accomplish its multiple goals. The center is committed to providing meaningful learning opportunities for the growth and development of Georgia State University students.
The Student*University Center also hosts versatile meeting spaces, clean and comfortable lounges, convenient and affordable food courts and facilities such as the state-of-the-art Digital Aquarium Multimedia Laboratory.