With the Hildegarde and J. Myer Schine Student Center on North Campus and Ann and Alfred Goldstein Student Center on South Campus, students have access to spaces and places to make connections, gather together, build community, study, eat and recharge. Home to student organizations, traditions, activities and events, our student centers bring student involvement front-and-center.
Schine Student Center
The Hildegarde and J. Myer Schine Student Center is the hub of student life on campus – a place for students to eat, gather, study and lounge. The recently renovated building features the following:
- Enhanced accessibility, including the installation of accessible pathways using universal design;
- An upgraded dining experience with additional seating and varied dining options;
- Centralized spaces for student activities, including an expanded space that co-locates the Disability Cultural Center, Multicultural Affairs and LGBTQ Resource Center to further promote and celebrate intersectionality and inclusion;
- Open and expanded central atrium, with a lounge on the main atrium floor and greater connectivity across the building’s floors.
- Versatile spaces and seating conducive to supporting student organization activities, studying, group meetings or lounging.
Goldstein Student Center
Located on South Campus
The Ann and Alfred Goldstein Student Center is located on South Campus, serving as a gathering place for South Campus, off-campus and commuter students. The student center houses a dining center, convenience store, computer cluster, laundry room, fitness center, ATM, and study lounge.