The commuter lounge is located in the ground floor of the Warren Student Services Center. This is the number 1 place to go between classes. This room serves as a place to meet other commuters, play cards or warm up a lunch you bring to campus. Among the resources to get involved on campus, the commuter lounge contains a Microfridge unit, kitchenette, coffee pot with essentials as well as couches and tables. Take a break in between classes and join us. Graduate Students from the Office of Student Standards/ Off-Campus Housing and Commuter Services post office hours in the lounge for your convenience to ask questions or offer suggestions on how to make your experience with BU better!
The commuter lounge can be a great place to study, but it is more available to students as a place to spend time outside of class. With that in mind, studying may be difficult to do in this atmosphere. We highly suggest finding a nice place in the library to focus on your work, going to the Fireside Lounge (Located in the Kehr Union Building) or finding a place on one of Bloomsburg's beautiful green areas to enjoy the benefits of being outside and studying.
There are five dining facilities on campus for your enjoyment. Each has its postives and negatives for what works for you. It really comes down to what your meal plan is or if you even chose one. If you have questions on what meal plan may be right for you, check this link out.Check out the Dining Service's Locations throughout campus and do some research into what meets your needs!
The Town of Bloomsburg offers many interesting places to go and provides things to do outside of class. Check out the website for Bloomsburg's Downtown and explore what the town has to offer. Afterall, it's just a quick walk off campus.
Intramurals and club sports are a great way to stay involved on campus and to feel like you belong. Currently, Bloomsburg University hosts 18 sports on campus where hundreds of students participate in each semester. Here is a list of club sports offered through the Student Rec Center.
Nothing will make your experience in college more relevant or pleasurable than feeling like you are a part of something. Getting involved can come in many forms. Maybe getting an on-campus job is something you might like to try. Become involved with one of BUs Student Clubs and Organizations. This is a great way to spend time after class, meet new people, become involved and network with other people who have similar interests. You can choose to float through your college experience, and that may be the road for you. However, if you wish to feel part of the campus community, reach out and get invovled. Check out the Commuter Lounge for additional resources on how to get involved.