The Student Center is the hub of on-campus life at SPSU -- providing social and cultural activities for students.
Student Center Hours
|Saturday & Sunday||10am-11pm|
|July 4-6, 2014||Closed|
|November 27-30, 2014||Closed|
|December 20 - 28, 2014||Closed|
|January 1, 2015||Closed|
The bookstore, located on the lower level of the Student Center, sells textbooks, software, reference books, school supplies, calculators, and personal items.
|Monday - Thursday||8:30am-5pm|
Southern Polytechnic has a branch office of the U.S. Postal Service, which provides mail service to all departments on campus. This full-service facility offers the purchase of stamps and the sending and receiving of registered letters and packages.
Students living in residence halls have individual post office boxes assigned to them at no charge at the time they check into the halls.
Students not living in the residence halls may rent a post office box at a fee per term.
|Monday-Thursday||9am - 5pm|
|Friday||9am - 4:30pm|
There are 7 pool tables, four ping-pong tables, a foosball table, and a variety of video games, vending machines, and board games available in the game room. It is a great place to enjoy some friendly competition between classes. Minimal charges are assessed for pool, ping-pong, and video games. The mtvU Network is also available for viewing on 6 video screens.
There are 12 meeting rooms available in the SPSU Student Center in a variety of sizes. Five people can assemble around a conference table; or, a group of 300 may enjoy a dance or event in the ballroom. Audio/visual equipment is available. Our 467 seat theater has a professional sound and light system, projection booth, and dressing rooms.
For more information about dining options on campus please visit: http://www.dineoncampus.com/spsu/
Each year Student Organization and Departments are allowed an one0time catering exemption. This is to help promote annual and signature events. The form is located below. The form should be filled out and returned to Leigh Ann Soublis.
Leigh Ann Soublis