The primary purpose of the Student Center Office and Student Activities is to compliment the academic program and enhance the overall educational experience of students through development of, exposure to, and participation in social, intellectual, recreational, and governance programs. Located in the Jerry L. & Jean Beasley Student Center, these offices serve the students in a very important role.
The areas of the Main Desk/Switchboard, Student Center Office, Charles Marshall Post Office, Welcome Center, and the Student Center Game Room make up the Jerry L. & Jean Beasley Student Center’s workforce.
The Switchboard/Main Desk Office is the official location for the campus-wide telephone system. Here, phone calls are received and disbursed to the offices or individuals upon request. Callers may dial the office or individual directly if they know the number or they can call (304) 384-3115 and their call will be answered by the staff at the Main Desk. This is also where visitors get a temporary parking permit for their vehicle. Additionally, a check cashing service is available. Personal checks for no more than $10.00 can be cashed with the proper identification. The Main Desk has the very important function of serving as the Identification Card station where students, faculty, administration, and staff get their photos taken. The first photo is free but replacements cost $25.00.
The Welcome Center is staffed by students who greet guests as they enter the Lobby area. They provide information about the campus and give directions to those seeking assistance. Pamphlets about Concord University and the surrounding community are available also. Call (304) 384-6296 for more information.
Student Center Office
The Student Center Office provides assistance to the Student Government Association, the Student Activities Committee, and all student organizations. This office plans and initializes entertainment that enriches and energizes Concord’s community such as comedians, musicians, magicians, talent shows, special events during Homecoming and Spring Fling, etc. The Student Center Office also maintains the Master Calendar of Events taking place on campus and places this information on the Concord University web calendar as well.
There are currently over 70 active organizations on campus and the Student Center Office maintains current officer, membership, and sponsor information on these organizations and also prepares an updated Directory each fall semester. Student Center facilities are scheduled through this office also.
Student Center Director/Student Activities Coordinator/Greek Life Advisor
Program Assistant I
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