Improvements Are Underway for Lynn Eusan Park Stage

Lynn Eusan Park, one of the largest communal spaces on campus, is receiving a major ‘facelift’ this summer.  The stage, currently located in an area with poor drainage and visibility, is being relocated and expanded to better serve the needs of the campus community.

The stage will be relocated to the circled location noted below, adjacent to Cougar Village and the Conrad N. Hilton School of Hotel and Restaurant Management.  The dashed lines indicate current campus traffic patterns, showing its location at the center of foot traffic along the southern side of campus.

The renovated stage will allow for a diverse array of programming opportunities.  Lighting and sound system enhancements will support events such as small to mid-size concerts, speeches, plays, and outdoor movie screenings. When not being used for events, the area around the stage and the stage itself will be an excellent location for outdoor lounging and other activities.

“We are truly excited for the impact this stage will have on student life on campus,” said   Keith T. Kowalka, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs – Student Life. “Centrally located near several residence halls and just a few steps from the M.D. Anderson Library and University Center, the new stage in Lynn Eusan Park will be the premier hub for outdoor programming for the entire campus.”

Design of the upgrades to the Lynn Eusan Park stage area has been conducted with input from students such as the University Center Policy Board, and their voice has been paramount in the construction for this space.  The grand opening of the space this fall will truly be a milestone for the campus community.

More about Student Life: Student Life at the University of Houston is a cluster of six student-focused  centers: the A.D. Bruce Religion Center, Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life (CFSL), Center for Student Involvement (CSI), Children’s Learning Centers (CLC), Student Media, and University Centers (UC & UC Satellite). Student Life provides everything you may need including food, student organizations, child care, leadership development, fraternity and sorority life, leisure services, graphic services, colleagues in faith, and much more.