Kehr Union Building Directory

Kehr Union Building Directory





In addition to offices and facilities for a variety of student services listed below, Kehr Union offers an array of meeting rooms available to students for many purposes, including club meetings and group study. The building also houses a ballroom with a capacity of 500 persons for dances and banquets.

Community Activities

Community Activities

The Community Activities Office manages the business operations of Kehr Union, the University Store, the Student Recreation Center and Honeysuckle Holdings, all of which are owned by students of the university. The office funds student organizations and operates a mini-bank for student groups to store allocated funds and operates the CGA Financial Aid loan program.

CGA

Community Government Association

Headquartered in Room 421 is the Community Government Association (CGA), which represents Bloomsburg University students and operates Kehr Union, the University Store, the Student Recreation Center and Honeysuckle Apartments. Learn more

Fireside Lounge

Fireside Lounge

The Fireside Lounge is generally considered a non-reservable space within the KUB. However, special permission may be requested to use this facility for special events from the Director of the Kehr Union. This room is typically a relaxation area for Bloomsburg University, students, faculty, and staff. The furnishings in this facility are typically relocated within the room to accommodate events.

Game Room

Games Room / Computer Lab

The games room portion of this space is used for informal recreational activities. The room has eight billiard tables, table tennis, TV lounge and a few video games. A section of this space also houses a computer lab (50) for use by Bloomsburg University students, faculty and staff. The computer lab is overseen by Technology Support Services.

Greek Affairs

Greek Affairs, Office of

The Office of Greek Affairs is dedicated to providing an enriching experience to students participating in fraternities and sororities. The Greek organizations offer a broad experience at Bloomsburg University. Learn more about Greek organizations

Health

Health Center, Student

The student health center, room 324, provides quality basic health and preventive services to the students of Bloomsburg University by appointment from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 2 to 6 p.m. Sundays. A Self Care Unit is stocked with over-the-counter cold medicines, acetaminophen, aspirin, band aids, antibiotic ointment as well as a variety of health education pamphlets. The Health Center is staffed by registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and part time physicians.

Husky Lounge

Husky Lounge

Visit the food court for sandwiches and wraps, hamburgers and cheese steaks, traditional favorites with a twist and Bloomsburg's own Bloomin' Bagels. In addition to these favorites, the Husky Lounge also features a fresh fruit and smoothie bar, home made soups and a large express section with fresh sandwiches and salads, perfect for the student on the go. Students are welcome to use cash equivalency, meal exchange and flex dollars here. Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., weekends 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Main Desk

Main Desk

The Kehr Union Main Desk provides information about services and events that are available in the Kehr Union. It is located inside the patio entrance to the Kehr Union. Open 7 days a week during the semester, it is staffed by student employees. Student organization mailboxes are located at the center. Services provided include information and assistance regarding Kehr Union events/activities, conference room keys, and several current newspapers may be signed out in exchange of your BU I.D.

Multicultural Center (Room 230)

Multicultural Center

The Multicultural Center (Room 230) is used for a variety of gatherings, especially to celebrate the wide variety of cultures on campus. The university's Office of Multicultural Affairs, located here, also organizes special programs, trips, and events throughout the year. Learn more

Program Board

Program Board

The Program Board is a volunteer student organization that provides social, cultural, recreational and educational entertainment for Bloomsburg University students and other members of the BU community. It is made up of energetic student volunteers who care about the entertainment programs brought to campus. Any student can become a general member and serve on one or more committees. Learn more

Activities

Student Activities

The Office of Student Activities is the headquarter for the more than 160 recognized campus organizations, plus a wide array of special events and programs. It is the place to go to schedule facilities for Kehr Union, Monty's and the Scranton Commons Amphitheatre, and services include a planning specialist to help resolve space and arrangement needs as well as support services for technology, personnel, catering and security needs.

Student Organizations

Student Organizations

Some student organizations have permanent office space assigned to them. These include the following: Alpha Phi Omega - Co-ed national fraternity in which students perform voluntary service for the community and the university. Room 421. United Campus Ministries - Umbrella office for all religious denominations; Room 423. Black Cultural Society - Promotes within the university and surrounding community a social, cultural and educational awareness for ethnic studies and administrations, Room 426. The Voice, the campus newspaper, published weekly, 100 level

TV Lounge

TV Lounge

Featuring large screen television and a number of comfortable chairs and tables, the TV Lounge, adjacent to the Fireside Lounge on the second floor of Kehr Union is a comfortable place to relax with friends. The room is open at all times.

Student Life

University and Student Affairs

Housed in the suite are the vice president for University and Student Affairs and assistant vice president, Student Life. Among the major areas supervised by the office are athletics, student activities, admissions, financial aid, residence life, development, university communications and dining services.