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EMORY STUDENT CENTER a community building that builds community

A VISION FOR THE HEART OF EMORY’S CAMPUS

The Emory Student Center, expected to open in summer 2019, will bring fresh energy and enhance inclusivity as an innovative nexus for student, staff, and faculty engagement, collaboration, and community building.

BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE

Designed and furnished with student, faculty, and staff input, the 132,000-square-foot center will solve not only the growing space demands but also address the desire for larger, more flexible and efficient dining services; upgrades in technology and infrastructure; and more room for student organizations and gathering spaces.

INTENTIONAL DESIGN, INSPIRED SPACE

Inviting to all, the Emory Student Center will reflect and value the identities that make up the student body and instill a sense of campus pride.

  1. Promotes collaboration and engagement
  2. Projects Emory’s unique image and character
  3. Offers inspired dining
  4. Supports large events and meetings
  5. Centralizes resources

WHAT’S IN A NAME?

YOUR LEGACY.

The lasting effect of naming physical spaces at an institution like Emory and a community hub like the Emory Student Center cannot be overstated. The name attached to common areas, lounges, conference rooms, offices, and event spaces will quickly become part of the Emory student experience.

More than 40 naming opportunities—for spaces of various sizes and contributions—are available to donors.

SCROLL FOR NAMING OPPORTUNITIES

FIRST FLOOR

  • Building: $20M
  • Ballroom: $5M
  • Dining Commons: $2M
  • MP4 (650 seats): $1M
  • Pre-function Lounge: $500K
  • MP2 (75 seats): $250K
  • Private Dining: $250K
  • MP5 (56 seats): $200K
  • MP1 (48 seats): $150K
  • MP3 (48 seats): $150K // 2 available
  • MP6 (36 seats): $100K

SECOND FLOOR

  • Cafe: $500K
  • Emporium: $500K
  • CLC Commons: $500K
  • Student Involvement: $250K
  • Recreation Lounge: $250K
  • Asbury Overlook: $175K
  • Patio (large): $250K
  • Piazza Lounge: $150K
  • Large Conference Room: $150K
  • Student Government Association: $100K
  • Work Room: $100K
  • Patio (small): $100K
  • Small Conference Room: $75K // 2 available
  • Welcome Desk: $75K
  • Dooley's Corner: $75K
  • Fireplace: $75K
  • Vestibule: $50K // 4 available
  • Collaboration Pods: $25K
  • Student Work Space: $10K // 10 available

THIRD FLOOR

  • Student Lounge: $250K
  • Bridge: $150K
  • Large Conference Room: $150K // 2 available
  • Quiet Lounge: $125K
  • Small Conference Room: $75K // 4 available
  • Think Tank: $75K
  • Living Room: $75K
  • Lobby: $50K
  • Collaboration Pods: $25K // 4 available
  • Breakroom: $25K
  • Student Work Space: $10K // 20 available

ADDITIONAL SPACES

  • Piazza/Lawn: $1M
  • Entry Court: $500K

Naming opportunities offer the highest form of recognition for generous Emory Campus Life supporters.

When spaces become linked with a philanthropic investor, they immediately acquire significance for those who spend time in them. As the most visible investments, named spaces generate interest in the donor and raise awareness of the many friends and alumni who believe in the mission of Emory Campus Life.

Through your support, you enhance the Emory experience for generations to come and help cultivate a community committed to developing skills necessary for lifelong success and positive transformation in the world.

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR

Get a bird's eye view of the new facility's exterior and peek inside its spacious interior.

AN INSIDE LOOK

Designed to build community, the center features a multifunctional ballroom and offers a creative dining experience that pays homage to Atlanta's neighborhoods.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

JESSI ARNIDIS

Director of Development // 404.712.4682 // jessi.arnidis@emory.edu

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