Fall 2000 students were the first to use this 170,000-square foot center. The design includes a four-story rotunda, a third-floor gallery with clerestory windows, and a climate-controlled pedestrian bridge leading to the academic quadrangle. In addition, there is a fireside social lounge, a quiet study lounge, a student art gallery, a large tiered meeting chamber, an expanse of first-class conference areas, twin television lounges, a game room and a cyber lab.
Students asked for a “one-stop shopping” building with a consolidation of all student services and functions under one roof. Accommodating this request, the following departments, previously scattered around the campus are conveniently located in the Millennium Student Center: Center for Student Success, Student Activities, Student Government, Student Organizations, Admissions, Registration, Financial Aid, Cashiers, Degree Audit, Career Services, Graduate Admissions, Multi-Cultural Relations, Health, Wellness & Counseling Services, Disability Access Services, Food Services, Bookstore, Convenience Store and a full service bank.
The Millennium Student Center has a food venue on each level. The first floor features The NOSH food court where students enjoy a variety of foods in a relaxed, friendly dining experience. The second floor is the location for Aroma’s bakery and coffee shop and the convenience store for those students who want to grab and go. Catering is located on the third floor.
Bookstore and Computer Shop
The University-owned-and-operated Bookstore is the headquarters for textbooks, reference materials, general reading books, supplies, gifts, and logo items.