Elon University’s Moseley Center, which opened in 1994, was designed to serve as the focal point of this growing private campus. 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. This 74,000-square-foot building serves as the hub of campus activity featuring offices for student organizations, conference rooms, a fireplace, mail service, dining options, Irazú coffee shop, and much more.

On February 4, 2012, a 34,000-square-foot addition to Moseley Center opened. This addition includes Lakeside Dining Hall, Lakeside conference rooms, and Mill Point Catering service. The Winter Garden Café features three retail dining options with both indoor and outdoor seating.

In the summer of 2013, a section of Moseley’s first floor was updated to provide a more casual space for students to relax between or after classes. This section of Moseley is known as “The Student Center.” The Student Center has eight student organization offices (which groups apply for each spring), ping pong, a pool table, foosball, and a shuffle board table. Equipment for these games and a Nintendo Switch can be checked out at the Moseley front desk. Come hang out next to the fireplace, lounge in one of our large bean bags, catch up with friends, and practice your table tennis for a game against President Book.  ‘s  in a game of table tennis, you can check out equipment at the front desk along with pool table equipment, Foosball and shuffle board for student’s enjoyment.

The Moseley Center’s front desk serves the campus in a variety of ways. It is the primary location for anything lost or found, flower or other personal deliveries, processing student event registrations, and providing general information on the Elon campus.

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