MLK Plaza Edit

Phyllis P. Marshall Center Edit

"The Marshall Center (originally called the University Center) was built in 1959 and opened in 1960. The University Center was one of the first five buildings that comprised the University of South Florida campus when the campus opened in 1960. The early University Center contained the first women's residence hall (located on the fourth floor), academic and office areas of the College of Fine Arts, faculty offices with a typing station, cafeteria, post office with student mailboxes, bookstore, television room, game room and information desk. Classes were held in the basement and first floor until the first classroom buildings were completed. Major renovations began in December 1988. Included in the renovation was the construction of the Special Events Center. Renovation was completed in February 1990. The building was renamed the Phyllis P. Marshall Center and formally dedicated March 3, 1994. In Spring, 1997, Exterior Renovations to the MLK Plaza were complete, including an outdoor patio for the Marshall Student Center." [1]

Businesses located within the Marshall CenterEdit

  • Beef O Brady's
  • Ben and Jerry's
  • Bleeker St.
  • Chic-fil-A
  • Einstein Bagels
  • Miso
  • Moe's Southwestern Grill
  • Sbarro Pizza

References Edit


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