USFSM Student Commons Center

Coconut Telegraph

USF Sarasota-Manatee has broken ground on a $1.6 million Student Commons area where students can study, exercise or simply relax and socialize as part of an effort to create a richer campus life. When complete, the area will feature a lounge with more amenities and furniture, a gaming area new television monitors coffee bar study carrels pool foosball and ping-pong tables. “This really is student-driven,” said Rick Lyttle, director of Facilities Planning & Management at USFSM. “Students were involved in every aspect of the design.” 

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