Skutt Student Center
The V. J. and Angela Skutt Student Center was built in 1987 and has been a student favorite ever since. Often referred to as “the living room of campus” the Skutt Student Center is a place for studying, socializing, and meetings and events of all kinds.
Home to campus’s largest involvement fair, annual Christmas celebration, student government debates, live performances, keynote speakers, and so much more – there’s rarely a dull moment in the Skutt Student Center!
- Jack and Ed's Marketplace
- Wareham Court Restaurants
- Student Leadership and Involvement Center
- Art Gallery
- Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC)
Holiday and Break Schedule
Holiday hours and break schedules will coincide with the University schedule. The Skutt Student Center will be closed on all recognized University holidays. Extended closed days will surround holidays as dictated by the administration. Students will not have after-hours access during holidays and breaks.
The Skutt Student Center is one of the largest employers of students on campus. Interested in a job? Whether you’re an incoming freshman, a transfer student, or a returning student simply looking for a new job, we have a variety of positions available.
Employment within the Skutt Student Center is independent from the Federal Work Study program. We offer flexible hours and competitive starting wages, so if you are looking for an on-campus job that is both convenient and fun, be sure to check us out.