Office of Campus Life
The Williams Center is the centerpiece of the Fredonia campus and a hub for campus
activities. The Williams Center provides students, staff, faculty, and the local community
a location to participate in various social, academic, and culturally diverse activities.
Events held in the Williams Center include, but are not limited to: lectures, banquets,
comedians, and music performances. The building provides meeting space for campus
organizations and is home to Tim Horton's Cafe & Bake Shop.
- The Campus Life Office, located on the first floor of the Williams Center, is responsible for Summer Orientation sessions for new freshmen, parents, and transfer students, Student Activities, University Room Reservations, Commencement, Leadership Development, International Student Services, and Volunteer Services. In addition, we offer guidance to student organizations planning events and negotiating
- The Faculty Student Association (FSA) operates the Centre Pointe Food Court and Trends, located in the lower level,
of the Williams Center, providing all the favorites in fast foods, and the Tim Horton's
Cafe and Bake shop on the first floor.
- Several student organizations have offices within the Williams Center. The largest
of these groups is the Student Association. The Student Association is the governing body for the 100 plus student organizations on campus. The Spectrum Entertainment Board is Fredonia's student-run activities board, presenting a diversified schedule of
entertainment for the campus and community. Spectrum's office is located in the Campus
Life Office. The Leader, Fredonia's campus newspaper, has its office on the second floor of the Williams
- Fredonia values and encourages religious diversity. There are many places of worship
throughout the Dunkirk and Fredonia areas that welcome students. The Fredonia Campus
Ministry Team provides spiritual counseling and special events throughout the year.
A complete Directory of Places of Worship is available on line and in the Campus Life Office.
- The Campus Life Office also provides an Off-Campus Living Guide for students looking for living options off-campus. This guide aids students with
tips and services for prospective students looking to make their residence off-campus.
Please note that Freshmen and Sophomores are required to live on campus.
For a daily listing of Campus events to our EMS website.