The Building

The Food

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A Community Place

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.  

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

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

  • All things student dining forum
    4:00pm Warch Campus Center 204 - Cinema
    Please share your ideas for a Lawrence dining refresh for fall 2019. We want to hear what you hope to see for meal plan options, changes to dining facilities/hours and culinary options.
  • German Language Table
    6:00pm Warch Campus Center 127 - Parrish Private Dining Room
    Students learning to speak German language gather for dinner and to practice their speaking.
  • Life Extension Advocacy (LEA) Meeting
    7:00pm Warch Campus Center 414 - Runkel Conference Room
    LEA is a student organization that is planning to have a club meeting on 9/19/18 from 7:00 p.m.-8:15 p.m. in the Runkel Room. This meeting will facilitate meeting new members and organizing events for the rest of the year. "Our mission is to promote the advancement of medicine and biomedical technologies that will increase healthy lifespans. There should be no shame or stigma in desiring a healthy, longer life due to scientific advancement. All over the world, people grapple with the realities of the diseases and disabilities of aging. To many, the injustices of ageism are all too real. Denial of medical care, innovation, or advocacy to elderly patients is one of the cruelest forms of ageism. This denial can be as blatant as a doctor ignoring their elderly patient's concerns or as insidious as someone justifying age-related diseases like Alzheimer's disease or heart disease as necessary or desirable. We do not wish to condemn a whole cohort of humanity to the same future of death, disease, and misery of today's age-related disease. We believe a world free of age-related disease is possible and achievable through determination, ingenuity, and cooperation."
  • Bystander Intervention Training
    8:00pm Warch Campus Center 204 - Cinema
    An interactive and educational presentation that aims to provide students with a better understanding of consent and sexual violence in our culture - come develop skills needed to effectively intervene in a variety of situations on campus.
  • LCF Large Group Meeting
    9:00pm Warch Campus Center 226 - Mead Witter Room
    Lawrence Christian Fellowship invites all to join in our weekly Large Group Meeting with speakers, discussion, prayer, worship, and fellowship. This event enhances spiritual and religious life.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

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