The Vanderbilt Student Life Center features over 18,000 square feet of event space, the Vanderbilt Career Center, Global Education Office, Office of Active Citizenship and Service, and Office of Immersion Resources. The $11.4 million project was completed in the spring of 2005. The Grand Opening was March 30-April 2, 2005.
“The project is a direct response to the wishes of our students,” said former Chancellor Gordon Gee. “They have told us that their No. 1 priority is the development of a large social space on campus.” With adjoining catering space, the 9,000 square foot Commodore Ballroom is able to accommodate dances, dinners and other large social functions.
The Center is located near 25th Avenue South and Vanderbilt Place, behind the Schulman Center and to the west of Branscomb Quadrangle. The building is designed to complement the existing Sarratt Student Center, which contains no large social space.
The Commodore Ballroom comprises nearly all of the first level of the building, and can be subdivided into three equal spaces. Additionally, the first floor is home to the Board of Trust meeting room. The lower level of the Student Life Center contains an additional three meeting rooms.
The second level houses the Career Center. The Global Education Office (GEO), Office of Active Citizenship and Service (OACS), and Office of Immersion Resources (OIR) are all located on the first floor.
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