Georges Student Center

Closed for Summer 2018. All of Clemons Library will be temporarily closed for HVAC upgrades from just after spring finals until mid-August 2018.

The Dathel and John Georges Student Center is located on the second floor of Clemons Library. It opened its doors in October 2017 as a focal point of the University’s Total Advising Initiative. The Center is home to a number of small meeting rooms and conference rooms designed for flexible use by faculty, staff, and students. The well-lit space is popular with students looking for a place to study.


A number of staff and support offices can be found in the Georges Student Center. The Career Center’s Pre-Health & Law Advisors, Student Financial Services, and Transfer Student Peer Advisors each offer walk-in hours. The Writing Center, the Source Dorks, ePortfolio Peer Consultants, and Group Problem Solving Initiative (chemistry and calculus support) can all be found here as well. The Contemplative Sciences Center holds classes six days per week.

Academic departments, student affairs offices, and student groups focused on professional development or peer advising are encouraged to make use of the space for information sessions, drop-in hours, and workshops. Get in touch with Katie Densberger for more information or a tour.


Space reservations can be made through the Library’s reservation system, available at this link.

Reservation guidelines for the small meeting rooms (221-245): Students may reserve the small meeting rooms outside up to seven days in advance for weekend or evening use. Faculty and staff or others who wish to reserve one of the smaller rooms during a weekday should contact the director. Inquiries about holding walk-in advising hours and similar meetings are most welcome.

Reservation guidelines for the conference rooms (202-204) and mindfulness space (220):

Reservations for these spaces require approval. Submit a request online for consideration. Reservations for the conference rooms are only accepted for advising-related events and meetings. Use of the mindfulness space is restricted to relevant uses.

For more information contact:
Director of the Georges Student Center
Katie Densberger
Clemons 228