Dunham Student Activity Center
The Dunham Student Activity Center (DSAC) was dedicated in March, 1993. It stands at approximately 38,000 square feet and seats 1,800 in its gymnasium. It is located adjacent to both Ryan Hall and the East Building on the Fontbonne campus. Athletic Director’s offices are located on the second level of the DSAC.
The building is named after former university President Dr. Meneve Dunham who was responsible for the majority of fundraising to make this beautiful addition to the campus possible.
Dunham Student Activity Center Hours
|8:00 a.m.-11 p.m.||Monday-Thursday|
|8:00 a.m.-10 p.m.||Friday|
|1:00 p.m.-10 p.m.||Saturday|
|4:00 p.m.-11 p.m.||Sunday|
The DSAC is home to the George S. Graff Fitness Center, Mabee Gymnasium and Dr. Lee McKinney Court, Athletic Training Facilities, Anheuser-Busch Running Track, Aerobics Studio, and the DSAC Cafe.
George S. Graff Fitness Center
The recently renovated George S. Graff Fitness Center, located on the first floor of the DSAC is equipped with the latest cardio, weight training machines and free weights. The fitness center is free of charge to all students, faculty, and staff. Towels are provided for members and ID cards are required for usage.
Mabee Gymnasium and Dr. Lee McKinney Court
Located in the heart of the DSAC is the Mabee Gymnasium and the Dr. Lee McKinney Court. Coach McKinney was the head men's basketball coach and athletic director for over 20 years and the court was dedicated following his 700th win. It is home to the men's and women's basketball as well as the men's and women's volleyball teams. The gymnasium is surrounded by the indoor track, Athletic Office, the DSAC Cafe' and Aerobics Studio, located on the second floor. The gymnasium seats approximately 1,500 and is located on Fontbonne's campus.