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. During normal operations (not impacted by Covid-19 health concerns) approximately 20 different programs make use of the space each week for drop-in advising hours, workshops, and similar programs. These include offices such as Student Financial Services, Pre-Health and Law Advising, the Office of Undergraduate Research, the Office of Citizen Scholar Development, the College Life Skills Coach, the Contemplative Sciences Center, and many others. We do not anticipate that these programs will offer programs in the Center during the fall of 2020. However, staff are still working hard to support students virtually and (in some cases) in other locations. Please check department websites for details on their programs and how to get in touch. If you’re not sure where to start looking for help, try the “tasks” menu on this website, which will lead you to many sources of support.
About Space Reservations
We do not plan to accommodate space reservations in the Georges Student Center during the spring of 2021. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this interruption to normal services is necessary for the building to be able to function under changes made in response to public health concerns and COVID-19. No exceptions will be possible.
For more information contact:
Director of the Georges Student Center