The Student Life Information Center offers a wide range of services and programs, and is a place of relaxation and recreation for students. It is your “home away from home,” the community center of the College. The Student Life Information Center is located off the Rotunda in A building of the Centennial Campus and is funded by student activity fees.
Fall and Spring Semester
Monday – Thursday.....8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday..........................8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday – Thursday......8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday...........................8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
During breaks when campus is open and classes are NOT in session,
Campus Center hours are
Monday – Friday..........8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Campus Information Center
The Student Life Information Center in Room A-208 is your source of information regarding student organizations and activities, other events on campus, and the College in general. Call 502-2522 for more information.
Services available in the Student Life Information Center include student IDs, special event info, general college information, faxes, copies, and friendly staff ready to answer your questions.
The Food Pantry
Just bring your student ID! Students are allowed to take 6 food items and 1 toiletry item per visit; baby food and diapers are also available (in limited quantities). The Pantry is located at both our Centennial and Downtown Campuses in the Student Life Office. We are always accepting donations!
DTSC: Mondays and Tuesdays 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
CC: Wednesdays and Thursdays 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Grove, Room A-207, is our Commons area at our main Centennial campus. It features free Wi-Fi, pool tables, comfortable furniture, a big screen plasma TV, cool art, and more. Check out the recliners for a quick nap between classes. Pull up to the window counter with your laptop and log on. Gather around a large table for a quick bite or study group. In the Grove you can meet students, find friends, and hang out. It’s so great, we actually have to remind you to go to class!
So what’s up with that name? It’s true, an aspen grove is a lovely place to gather. But it’s more than that. An aspen grove is the largest living interconnected organism in the world. Its defining characteristics are longevity, a hardy nature and interconnectedness. The Grove in the Student Life Center is so named, first, because of its location in the Aspen Building, but more-so because it reflects the Student Life mission of building community by focusing on the interconnectedness of the campus community.
The Playground, outdoors off the Grove. This is an outdoor gathering spot on campus. It features picnic tables, goofy orange chairs that you can move around to form cluster seating, Wi-Fi, shade sails and a new solar operated table that has outlets for you to charge your electronics while you relax in the shade.