The Moseley Center features two separate second floors: the Moseley Center second floor and the Lakeside second floor. Access to each of these floors requires different staircases.

The second level Lakeside features:

  • Lakeside Conference Room is a large gathering space that can be divided into three smaller meeting rooms to allow more flexibility.
    • Lakeside 212
    • Lakeside 213
    • Lakeside 214

The second level Moseley Center features:

*Key can be acquired from the Moseley Front Desk


Center for Race, Ethnicity & Diversity Education: CREDE

Website | Moseley 221 | Ex. 7243


Kernodle Center for Civic Life

Website | Moseley 233 | Ex. 7250


Student Involvement

Website | Moseley 207 and 224 | Ex. 7214


Gender & LGBTQIA Centeer

Website | Moseley 211 | Ex. 6228


SGA: Student Government Association

Website | Moseley 213 | Ex. 7254


Black Community Room

Moseley Room 213

African American Resource RoomThe Black Community Room serves as a study area, gathering place, meeting facility, and historical archive for the African American Wall of Fame. The resource room provides a healthy and integrated setting for faculty, staff, and students from all backgrounds to explore and develop appreciation for cultural diversity. All students, faculty, staff, and visitors are invited to visit the Black Community Room.

The Wall of Fame is the centerpiece of Elon’s Black Community Room. The exhibit traces the accomplishments of African Americans at the university, from the first black graduate to the first black Greek organization. The creation of the Wall of Fame provides an opportunity to educate students, faculty, and staff about the major achievements of African American alumni, students, and organizations that foster African American culture at Elon University.


Asian and Pacific Islander Community Room

Moseley Room 225

Asian Resource RoomThe Asian and Pacific Islander Community Room is perfect for individual or small group studying and has a variety of publications available to explore and develop appreciation for Asian culture and heritage. All students, faculty, staff, and visitors are invited to visit the Asian and Pacific Islander Community Room.