Frequently Asked Questions

Please see below for some frequently asked questions. If your question was not answered, please contact us at ou-newunion@fsu.edu.

How long will construction last?

We anticipate the New FSU Student Union to open in Fall 2020.

Where can I find Union Departments during construction?

More information on how to find Union Departments during construction can be found here.

What will happen to the student organization spaces? 

Staff offices and student organization spaces have relocated during construction. More information on where people/organizations will be can be found here.

What will happen to Market Wednesday during construction?

We fully intend to continue the tradition of Market Wednesday during construction of the New FSU Student Union. Market Wednesday has relocated to the South and East side of Moore Auditorium. 

Please refer to the map below to help you find Market Wednesday.

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Where can I find parking around the Oglesby Union?

Please visit http://transportation.fsu.edu for information on available parking.

Where can I host events or meetings that I traditionally hosted in the Oglesby Union?

Space reservations in the Oglesby Union will be very limited due to construction of the New FSU Student Union. Guest Services will continue to provide support for reserving space on campus. You can find the link to reserve space here

Rooms Available During Construction Through Guest Services*:

  • Union Ballrooms (Florida, State, University)
  • Moore Auditorium
  • Student Services Building
    • 203/201
    • 208/18
    • 214
    • 219, 220, 221
  • Askew Student Life Center
    • 101A-D

*subject to change

What type of sustainability have you all accounted for?

This project will pursue LEED Silver v4 for Building Design and Construction. For more information on LEED buildings, visit The US Green Building Council’s website here

What type of accessibility have you all accounted for?

All entrances, buildings and site elements will be constructed in compliance with current ADA requirements and in cooperation with the Florida State accessibility coordinator.

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