University Center

The University Center is a two-winged building located at the heart of campus. University Center East provides space for student organizations, two eateries, common areas including the Fireside and Heritage lounges, meeting and conference facilities and administrative office space.

University Center West houses the Campus Store, the Loft cafeteria along with other eateries, and the University's largest conference space, Carter Hall.

The Cone, formally known as the University Center Tower, is the architecturally distinctive 97-foot-tall tower rising from University Center East, which is connected to University Center West through a skywalk. On the ground level, the interior of the Cone provides additional seating for dining. Traditions Lounge, on the second floor of the Cone, offers a dramatic ceiling open to the top of the structure. 

Outside the University Center features reservable space for student organizations and events. This area is known as the UC Breezeway. 

The David and Betty Rice Plaza Amphitheatre are located nearby as well.

8600 University Boulevard, Evansville, IN 47712, USA

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Jacob Delk left a review 10/14/2018

I am a Master of Health Admin. student and on the information page for this fair, there were several, about half, of the organizations that were listed as interested in my degree. When I arrived, not one organization was confirmed on the checklist. It was like pulling teeth trying to get any of their attention simply because I was not clinical. I get networking and feeling out for companies and seeing what they may offer, but when 90% of the employers there have no interest in what I am doing, it is not exactly encouraging. I think maybe for next time, truly interview and ask the companies and organizations what they are looking for and not just what boxes to check. Seems more like a Clinical Fair to me since all they were wanting were nurses, radiology, sonography, etc.