The Campbell Student Union, or “the STU” as students call it, is a place to meet, eat, shop, and hang out 24/7.
Things look new at Carthage because they are. The College has invested more than $250 million into campus renovations and construction in the last decade.
Built in 2011, the Campbell Student Union features a comfortable campus living room; plenty of space to eat and study; meeting rooms for small and large student organizations; and a theatre, student art gallery, and convenience store.
Dining options in the Union
- Baja Fresh
- World of Wings
What else is in the Union?
- Carthage Barnes & Noble
- Campbell Student Union Auditorium
- Red Zone convenience store
- Living room areas
- Gaming wall
- Foosball and pool tables
Behind the Name
The Campbell Student Union is named for F. Gregory Campbell, who served as the College’s president from 1987 to 2012. Jan Tarble, daughter of the late N. E. and Louise Tarble, donated a lead gift of $7 million and asked that it be named in Mr. Campbell’s honor.
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