About the Student Center
As the living room of the campus, the Student Center provides services and facilities to support all students and the campus community. Students only need a Blue-Chip Card to participate in events and partake in Student Center services such as borrowing a car jump box, sending a fax, printing a paper and more!!!
The 84,000 square foot facility provides our University community with quality meeting, dining and programming space. The Student Center is also the heart of campus activities. Just as you would listen to your favorite music artist - or pick up a newspaper or a magazine of fiction, short stories or poems - from your home coffee table, CCSU community members do the same as they support our college newspaper The Recorder, the Helix art and literature magazine and WFCS 107.7 The Edge radio station.
Our students make the Student Center their home daily as they have the opportunity to be employed, have lunch and study with friends, play pool, attend a program, join a club and much more!!!
With their Blue-Chip Card, students can play various games or participate in tournaments that are sponsored by the Esports Center and Breakers Game Room. Esports offers electronic gaming while Breakers offers billiards, darts, ping pong, foosball, air hockey, board games and video games.
Our Student Center is home to:
- Achieve Financial Credit Union ATM
- Barnes and Noble Bookstore
- Breakers Game Room
- Devils Den Food Court
- Information Desk/CENtix Box Office
- Mosaic Lounge
- Resident Mailboxes
We invite all recognized student organizations and campus departments to utilize the Student Center for meetings or programs. Call the Central Reservations Office at (860) 832-1964, email CRO@ccsu.edu or submit your event request via the Virtual EMS link of https://ccsu.emscloudservice.com/web/.Our Event Coordinators can assist with all of your facility and service needs for events. Find out what's going on today online!
The Student Center also recognizes its role as the primary provider of many services to the commuting student and emphasizes this role in the delivery of these services to the campus.
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