The Warch Campus Center opens its doors to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the greater Fox Cities by hosting events and providing gathering spaces.

A Center for Campus and Community

When planning your next meeting or conference, email us about finding the right venue.  We can suggest stunning backdrops for your wedding or family gathering, too.

Students, faculty, and staff can use an on-campus reservation system to request a room for the desired date and time for movies, meetings, and more. 


Oh, yes, there's parking, but it's a few steps away from the Warch Campus Center.  When designing our environmentally friendly, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold-certified building, we preserved  green space around the building whenever possible.  You'll find parking lots about a block away, as our map depicts.  Shuttle service is available when needed, and a few handicap spots are indicated adjacent to the building.

From the Director

LUCC and the Student Welfare Committee, in conjunction with Bon Appetit, are pleased to offer a new take-out program: “fill clamshells, not landfills”. This program provides a sustainable option for... read more

Friday, September 4, 2015

  • Freshman Studies Symposium
    8:30am Warch Campus Center 225 - Esch Hurvis Room (Hurvis)
    Symposium for Freshman Studies instructors.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

  • Legacy Breakfast
    7:30am Warch Campus Center 225 - Esch Hurvis Room (Hurvis)
    Breakfast w/alumni, students, etc.
  • Lawrence Legacy Breakfast
    8:30am Warch Campus Center 226 - Mead Witter Room
    Photos to be taken

Friday, September 11, 2015

  • Meet and Greet
    12:30pm Warch Campus Center 325 - Nathan Marsh Pusey Room
    Meet and greet for new faculty and staff

Saturday, September 12, 2015

  • Into the Streets
    1:00pm Warch Campus Center 225 - Esch Hurvis Room (Hurvis) & Warch Campus Center 224 - Esch Hurvis Studio (Esch)
    Into the Streets provides first-year students with an introduction to the Fox Cities area and the needs of the community. Lawrentian volunteers will be afforded the opportunity to tour an agency and learn about the mission, goals, and community issues addressed at each agency. Following a brief overview of the agency, students are asked to participate in a service project together.

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