The Moseley Center
Mission Statement: Elon University's Moseley Center is an institutional resource dedicated to providing service and support for the advancement of the campus and the community.
The 74,000-square-foot Moseley Center opened in 1994 and serves as the hub of campus activity, featuring the McKinnon Hall conference room, offices for student organizations, conference rooms, a main floor Student Center with a fireplace lounge, campus mail services, Lakeside dining hall, a coffee shop and much more.
Moseley Center is named in honor of Elon alumnus Furman Moseley and his wife, Susan. A formal dedication was held April 28, 1995, with former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher speaking at the ceremony.
On February 4, 2013, a 34,000-square-foot addition to Moseley Center opened. This addition includes Lakeside Dining Hall, which features food from over 34 different countries. It also houses the Millpoint Catering service. The Winter Garden Cafe features three retail dining options: Freshii, Biscuitville and Topios pizza. Lakeside contains indoor and outdoor seating and is surrounded by student artwork with an international theme along with acclaimed pieces from around the world. The second floor of Lakeside Dining hall includes a conference room with a seating capacity of 450. This room can be easily divided into three smaller meeting rooms to allow more flexibility.