The Hub will seat 330, including a spacious outdoor dining area.
In the midst of a global pandemic, the Florida A&M University (FAMU) campus landscape is changing.
That change is visible as construction continues on the new Auxiliary Services building, known as The Hub. The 10,872-square-foot multi-functional building, located on the south-end of the campus, sits adjacent to the newest residence hall, the FAMU Towers. The Hub will serve as a second dining hall with a seating capacity of 330, which includes the modern, spacious outside seating area.
In addition to dining, several other services provided by Business and Auxiliary Services and its partners will be housed in The Hub. Students will have access to a satellite business center for copy, print and mail services, as well as a new campus concept, a self-operated convenience store.
“We are very excited to bring this added convenience to our campus community,” said Rebecca Brown, assistant vice president, Finance and Administration. “It’s always our goal to make campus life easier for our students.”
The Hub will also provide a cozy private room that can be reserved for special events.
The project is expected to be completed later this spring.
For more information about Business and Auxiliary Services, please visit FAMU Business & Auxiliary Services.