Student Centres

Saint John Campus

Thomas J. Condon Student Centre 

Opened in 1986, the Thomas J. Condon Student Centre houses the offices of student government, the student-run Campus Information Centre (information, photocopying and fax services), the student newspaper (The Baron, the Baronian (yearbook), Campus Radio Saint John (CFMH, 92.5 FM), lounges, meeting rooms, offices of various student clubs and societies, and food services. A skywalk connects the Student Centre to the G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre. Overseen by the Student Centre Advisory Committee, comprised of students, faculty and administration, the Centre consolidates most aspects of student life. Three rooms – the Dr. K.A. Baird Dining Room, the E.A. Whitebone Lounge and the Tanya Hume Room – were named in memory of ardent UNB Saint John supporters.

Funding for the Student Centre was provided by the Third Century Fund (donations from faculty, staff and students) and the provincial government. In 1987, the building was named in honour of Thomas J. Condon, Vice-President of the Saint John Campus from 1977-1987, and 2001-2003.