The Madison Sarratt Student Center offers a wide variety of activities for students, faculty, and staff. The facility includes an art gallery, a cinema, dining options, study areas, and conference and meeting rooms available by reservation. A comprehensive overhaul of the Center was completed in the spring of 2000 adding offices for the Division of Student Life, Office of Greek Life, and for many student organizations, as well as new meeting rooms and bright, open gathering spaces. The GSC office is located in Sarratt 353.
Sarratt is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. From 8 AM to midnight the building is open access; from midnight to 8 AM a student ID card is required. Opening hours are decreased during University breaks.
There are a number of small meeting rooms available to students on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reservations can be made online.
The Welcome Desk serves as a box office for most of the University’s student and cultural events. It is also a Ticketmaster outlet . They accept cash, check, or Vanderbilt Card - no credit cards!
The main floor of Sarratt has an open art gallery that is free and open to the public. A new art show begins every 1-2 months.
The Sarratt Cinema is a small theater used for live performances, lectures, discussions, and film screenings. It is available to any group on campus that would like to reserve it. No regular film series by any one group is held there, so keep your eyes open for announcements of Cinema events.
The Sarratt Art Studio offers art classes each semester to students, faculty, and the Nashville community. Their website provides a listing of current course offerings, which frequently include topics such as pottery, drawing, painting, jewelry arts, knitting, and photography.
Now held in the Memorial Gym dance studios, the Vanderbilt Dance Group offers a variety of dance classes each semester. Typical course offerings are in ballet, modern, jazz, tap, hip hop, Indian, Irish, swing, salsa, yoga, and pilates.
- The Overcup Oak
- A pub that offers standard American fare and beer. It's generally filled with undergrads, so eat at your own risk. They're known for the Squirrel Meal (seriously).
- Rand Dining Center
- The constantly-updated Rand is a food court-style dining area. It is one of the main dining areas for undergraduates.
- Jr. Varsity Market
- A small convenience store next to Rand. It's a nice place to run in and grab a sandwich or a snack.
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