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About the Student Center

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If you see your Residence Hall as a bedroom then we hope you will see the Student Center as your living room. The Student Center is a place where students can come to spend time between classes, study, and hold meetings and late night events. There are a variety of lounges and spaces with comfortable chairs and tables for studying and relaxing. In addition, meeting rooms are available for group meetings and other activities. Also available to students is the Forum, an innovate auditorium in the form of a stairwell equipped with a massive video wall (you have to see it to believe it). The space is often used for large events such as lectures, showcases, comedians, pre-released movie showings, and dances.

Besides being a great place to connect with your classmates, the Student Center is the home of many departments and services on campus. On the lowest level you can access the Mail Room and your student mailbox. You can also head over to the POD Store to pick up convenience items, listen to and watch the campus radio and TV station or write an article for the school newspaper (all of which have offices on this level). Our virtual game room is also on this level where you can play all of the newest video game hits.

On the ground level of the Student Center you will be able to visit the Student Center Info Desk, the Clarkson University Student Association (CUSA) and Student Organizations office, JAVA City, Bar 9, and even get money through our North Country Savings Bank ATM.  On this level you will find the traditional game room with Pool, Darts, Foosball, Bubble Hockey and Ping Pong games all free for student usage.

The top floor of the Student Center houses our largest dining facility on campus as well as our Multipurpose Rooms (MPRs).

The Student Center has a variety of rooms that are available for students to reserve for various events and meetings. Available on this website is an overview of all the Student Center rooms which are able to be reserved for various events. Information is also available to learn how to reserve these spaces and others across campus.