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Gainesville Campus Student Center

The Gainesville Campus Student Center offers students a place to hang out, get food, study, access essential student services and more. 

Gainesville Campus Student Center Hours

 Hours of operation may vary by office.

Fall and Spring Semesters

  • Monday - Thursday
    • 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
  • Friday
    • 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Summer Semester

  • Monday - Thursday
    • 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday
    • 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Between Semesters

  • Monday - Thursday
    • 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Friday
    • 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

What You Will Find in the Gainesville Campus Student Center

Services and Amenities

Food Pantry

Game Room

The game room offers students a place to relax and socialize.

It includes the following amenities:

  • air hockey
  • pool tables
  • ping-pong tables
  • foosball
  • the latest video games and consoles
  • surround sound and satellite television

Intramural tournaments are frequently held in the game room with prizes given to the winner.

The game room is part of the Department of Recreational Sports whose mission is to promote an inclusive UNG community that advances student development and the student experience by providing comprehensive recreational programming and facilities that provide leadership and service opportunities.


Lockers are for daily use only. Items left in lockers overnight will be moved to the Office of Student Involvement, room 303.

Please use a lock with your locker. You may check out a lock from the Office of Student Involvement or use your own.

UNG is not responsible for lost items.


The student center provides tables in the cafeteria for information booths and fundraising tables.

Reservation and fundraising requests should be directed to the Office of Student Involvement at

Meeting and Study Spaces

The Nest

The Nest is designed to have an informal atmosphere where groups of students can gather to socialize and study.

The Nest offers students a place to relax and utilize computers and a printer. A copy machine is available here for student use.

Study Rooms

The student center contains four study rooms, which students are able to reserve at the Information Desk or the Office of Student Involvement. They are designed to provide not-so-quiet study space for groups (or, if groups do not need them, for individuals). These rooms are ideal for larger study groups who need to talk and share ideas as they pursue academic success.

Each study room is named after a Georgia lake: Allatoona, Burton, Lanier and Hartwell.
Each study room features a small conference table and approximately six chairs around that table. Rooms are equipped with a smartboard, computer, and a desk. The computers print to the printer at the Information Desk, which also supplies dry-erase markers and board cleaner to users of the rooms.

Meeting Rooms

The Student Center offers three meeting rooms, numbered 1 through 3. These meeting rooms may be reserved by any UNG faculty or staff member for meetings of clubs, offices, committees, and so on.

They also serve as overflow study rooms. Meeting Room 1 is a teleconference room. The rooms are equipped with dry erase boards, computers, and projectors.

Additional Offices Located in the Gainesville Campus Student Center

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