Game Room

BEGINNING SPRING 2015, ANYONE ENTERING THE GAME ROOM WILL BE REQUIRED TO CHECK IN WITH A STUDENT ID OR VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE.

General Information

The Game Room is located on the first floor of the Student Union building beside the food court and ATM's. Admission is free for any MTSU student (with ID) and their guests. Students are responsible for all damages to equipment, including damages incurred from their non-student guests. Faculty, staff, and community members may use the Game Room for a $5 daily fee ($20 weekly fee), and must provide a valid driver's license.

The Game Room features:

  • 6 Pool tables
  • 2 Ping Pong tables
  • 1 HD TV projector 
  • 5 HD TVs
  • 2 Gaming stations

If you are interested in renting the Game Room for a private function, please review our rates and information below.

CLOSED UNTIL SCHOOL BEGINS IN JANUARY

Spring 2015
Monday - Thursday: 10:30 a.m. - 10:30 p. m.
Friday: 10:30 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. 
Saturday: 12:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday: 4:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Please note that hours are reduced during official University holidays and breaks. For the instant updates on change in hours, please like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter.

Game Room Rules of Conduct

  1. Be respectful of all Game Room staff and patrons. No cursing or name-calling.
  2. Do not sit or lean on pool tables for shots. Do not move any gaming tables.
  3. No masse or jump shots. Do not aim cue downwards at felt.
  4. Do not hit ping pong paddles against the table.
  5. Equipment should never leave the Game Room. Do not leave any equipment unattended.
  6. No loud music. Headphones must be used when listening to personal music.
  7. No food or drink on pool or ping pong tables.
  8. Always wear shoes while in the Game Room and in the Student Union.
  9. Equipment must be checked in and out by the same person. You may not trade equipment. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES.

Failure to adhere to these rules may result in removal from the Game Room possibly including University Police and/or Judicial Affairs involvement.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are only students allowed? 

A:
Currently, admission to the Game Room is open to current MTSU students with their valid Blue ID. ID's are swiped to verify enrollment, anyone with an invalid ID will be turned away. Currently enrolled MTSU students are allowed to bring up to one (1) guest per ID, but that student will be held responsible for any malicious damage to equipment or facility caused by their guest. The Game Room is also available for rent to student organizations, departments, and private functions. Please see information below for procedures on renting the Game Room. If you are an on-campus department interested in utilizing the Game Room for another function, please contact our full-time staff at events@mtsu.edu.

Q: Are food and drinks allowed? 

A:
Food and drink are allowed in the Game Room, but these items must be eaten at the booth and tables provided; food and drink are NOT allowed on or near any gaming equipment. For Game Room Rental food requests please contact the Office of Student Programming at 615-898-2551.

Q: How do I rent the Game Room? 

A: The Game Room is available for rental for private functions to student organizations, departments, and the public. Reservations are limited to 2 hours in addition to a 30 minute setup and 30 minute breakdown time (3 hours total). In order to reserve the space, an initial request is made to the Student Programming & Activities Office. To check on the availability of the Game Room, please contact us at events@mtsu.edu. A representative from the Student Programming & Activities Office will be in contact to work out the potential details of the reservation. Because of the uniqueness of the space, during the "academic year" (September through May), the Game Room is available for one (1) reservation per day and is not open for reservation on Friday and Saturday nights after 8:00pm. During non-academic times, the Game Room is also available for reservation. A two week notice will be strictly enforced when reserving the game room. This will ensure that staff coverage is available and that all patrons are alerted to any altering of normal business hours. Please contact the Office of Student Programming at 615-898-2551 regarding food at your Game Room event.

A special note to potential users of the Game Room: This facility's primary mission is to serve the students at Middle Tennessee State University. Please consider this environment when you plan your event, especially when guests are young children.

  Student Organizations Department General Public
Game Room Rental $75.00 $125.00 $200.00
 
Costs include: staffing, clean up, use/maintenance of equipment and rental fees. Rental rates are subject to change upon annual review and market adjustments. Additional fees could be assessed to keep the building open (if the Game Room is rented after normal Student Union facility hours), in cases of excess clean up and damage to any equipment or accessories as a result of intended misuse by the organization.