Contact Info

          Frank G. Pogue Student Center
          405 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA  16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2665

          Kari Althof 
          Assistant Director 
          Frank G. Pogue Student Center
          Email: kalthof@edinboro.edu

          Building Guidelines



          Visitors to the Pogue Student Center are asked to follow the guidelines outlined on this page to ensure everyone’s safety.

          Bicycles, Roller Blades and Skateboards

          Bicycles are not allowed in the building; roller blades and skateboards may be carried but not used. Heeleys must have the wheels disabled when inside the building. Bicycles should be secured at outside bike racks only—not attached to columns, light poles or railings.

          Shirts and Shoes

          Shirts and shoes must be worn in the Student Center at all times for both hygiene and safety reasons.

          Unaccompanied Children and Teenagers

          An adult must accompany children/teenagers who are under 16 years of age. During camps, conferences and other special events, children/teenagers may use the facilities of the Student Center that are open to the public only when accompanied by adult chaperones.

          Telephone/Fax/Computer/Copier Services

          Telephones and other office equipment at the Information Desk and in offices are for business use only. Copy and fax services are available at the SGA Convenience Store.

          Vehicles/Deliveries

          Non-University vehicles are not usually allowed on the sidewalks, grassy areas or planting beds surrounding the building in the interest of pedestrian safety and to protect underground pipes, wires, etc. Loading dock use is permitted for authorized deliveries. There should be no parking in front of the loading dock area.

          Animals

          With the exception of guide or service dogs, or security dogs with handlers, no animals are allowed within the Student Center. The Assistant Director of Student Center Operations must approve exceptions to this policy in writing, such as requests to allow animals into the Student Center for educational or program purposes.

          Open Flames

          No open flames are allowed in the Student Center. The Assistant Director of Student Center Operations must approve exceptions to this policy in writing, such as requests to allow candles in glass globes in the Student Center for educational or program purposes.

          Noise

          In order to provide usable space for all groups inside the Student Center, amplified sounds must be held to acceptable levels. The Student Center staff is authorized to ask any group to bring its activity to within acceptable sound levels.

          Tobacco

          Tobacco of all kinds is prohibited in all areas of the Student Center.

          Storage of Personal/Organizational Items

          The Student Center will not store personal or organizational items. Therefore, items may not be left at the Information Desk or placed in the Student Center storerooms for any period of time. We will store items for departments or organizations on campus overnight if the items are related to an event taking place in the building. If items are left following an event in the building, they will be stored by Student Center staff overnight, and if they are not claimed by the next day, they will be disposed of without notice to the sponsoring group.

          Locked Areas

          No one may enter locked areas of the building without permission from a Student Center staff member. This includes locked meeting rooms, storerooms, etc. Only on-duty Student Center staff should be accessing those areas and for business purposes only.