The Stevenson Union enhances the SOU community by providing programs, services and facilities that promote engagement and increase a sense of campus pride for students, staff, faculty, alumni and visitors.
SU Reopening and COVID-19
We have taken the time to prepare our facilities and operations to reopen the Stevenson Union during the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, we are planning to reopen with limited operations. Please review the SU Reopening page for information on what areas are open, what to know before you visit, and what we’re doing to keep our community safe.
About the SUThe Stevenson Union offers:
- a supportive environment for cultural, recreational, educational, social, and service activities;
- appropriate facilities for the diverse needs and activities of the campus community;
- a sense of community that fosters university pride.
The SU is funded by the student incidental fee and was constructed in 1972, named after SOU President Elmo Stevenson.
What's in the SU
Stevenson Union Building Map