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    Student Union Building
    Keathley University Center
    James Union Building

Mission Statement & About Us

Now accepting applications for student employment for Summer 2016 and the
2016-2017 Academic Year - online application

Welcome to Student Unions web site at Middle Tennessee State University!

We hope you enjoy your time on our website exploring our facilities and learning about what we have to offer. If you have any questions, please contact someone on our Student Unions staff.


Cynthia Stone


(615) 898-2591

Jennie Rhinehart

Asst. Director

(615) 898-2689

Tiffany Fantine


(615) 494-7887


Technical Specialist




Mission Statement

It is the mission of MTSU's Student Union department to provide convenient, high-quality facilities and efficient services to support the University community. Student Union facilities (Student UnionKeathley University Center and the James Union Building) are the community centers of the campus and provide a shared home for the University; welcoming students, faculty, alumni, staff, parents and guests.

Student Unions acts as both a facility and a program designed to enhance campus life and advance the University's educational mission. These facilities include ballrooms, dining rooms, food courts, movie theaters, meeting rooms, a bookstore, a post office, a game room, a mini-market, and several Division of Student Affairs offices. 

Week of Welcome!

A BIG Blue Raider Thank You goes out to all the students and staff that participated in the Student Organization Fair!

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