Health Sciences Campus Student Center

The state-of-the-art 75,000 square foot Health Sciences Student Center is the first standalone student center on a medical campus in North Carolina as well as one of the few in the United States. This multi-purpose facility houses various student services, activities, and a full-service 25,000 square foot recreation and wellness center. The center serves the students, faculty, staff, and guests of the Health Sciences Campus, bridging community, service, and leadership across programs and campuses.

Spring 2024 Hours

Welcome Center Desk
252-744-1070

 

What’s Inside

The Health Sciences Campus Student Center (Building Map PDF) supports the growth and development of the health sciences campus community and includes the following units and services:

 

Ticket Office

Welcome to the web home of the Central Ticket Office. We are your ticket source for most all ticketed events on the campus of East Carolina University with the exception of Athletics sponsored events. For Athletic ticketing needs please call 252-328-4500 or visit www.ecupirates.com

We are located on the first floor of ECU’s Main Campus Student Center.

Fall/Spring hours are Monday – Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm.
Summer Hours are Monday – Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.
We observe all university holidays and closures.

We offer a wide range of services from individual stand-alone event tickets in person to full series season ticket services and online sales. Our season ticket packages include season ticket mailing, lost ticket replacement and exchange services. For yearly events we maintain records of previous year patrons that can be made available for marketing purposes.

We can be reached by phone locally at 252-328-4788 or toll-free at 1-800-ECU-ARTS

Many of our offerings are available online at tickets.ecu.edu

 

 

About

Student Life fosters an innovative and collaborative environment, connecting knowledge, ideas, and experiences. Our programs and services engage the community and develop passionate leaders.

Learning Priorities

  • Connecting knowledge to other knowledge, ideas, and experiences
  • Identity development
  • Effective leadership
  • Understanding and appreciation of cultural and human differences

Student Life is home to six departments: Student Engagement, Student Transitions, Leadership and Service-Learning, Intercultural Affairs, Women and Gender, and Student Centers; two programs: SAB and Student Government Association; and three centers: the Ledonia Wright Cultural Center, Military and Veterans Resource Center and the Dr. Jesse R. Peel LGBTQ Center.