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. 

Food Venues

Parking

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.
 

How to Get Here

From the Director

By mid-August the first “dub box” food truck/cart in the Midwest will arrive at Lawrence and come fall term it will create an additional dining option for Lawrence University students,... read more

Friday, May 22, 2015

  • BioFest
    3:00pm Warch Campus Center 324 - Somerset Room
    Posters and presentations celebrating the Biology Senior Experience. Open to the campus, families, and the public.
  • The Magpie Final Blowout Sale!
    5:00pm Warch Campus Center 225 - Esch Hurvis Room (Hurvis)
    Everything must go!! We are selling The Magpie campus thrift store's large inventory of donated clothing, offering a LAST CHANCE opportunity for Lawrence students and community members to buy these items. Also, we will offer a donation drop-off for clothing to be sold along with Magpie inventory or donated to local charities. All money collected from the sale will be donated to a clothing-based charity organization.
  • What then is time?
    8:00pm Warch Campus Center 224 - Esch Hurvis Studio (Esch)
    A collaborative performance, featuring music, performance art, visuals, and dance. Works featured will include collaborations with LU students, along with music by William Brittelle, Benjamin Britten, and Christian Carroll. "What then is time?" will explore time as subject matter and form. What then is time? I ask not in sorrow, but in wonder.

Saturday, May 23, 2015

  • Men's Bible Study
    10:30am Warch Campus Center 126 - Schumann Room
    All men are welcome to join us in fellowship and Bible study.
  • LUAU Viewing Session
    7:00pm Warch Campus Center 308 - Kraemer Conference Room
    Come watch cool animated shows and movies straight from Japan with LU Anime Union!

Sunday, May 24, 2015

  • Post-Church Brunch
    11:30am Warch Campus Center 126 - Schumann Room
    After church, Christians gather and enjoy brunch and fellowship with one another.

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