Eubanks Activities Center
The Eubanks Activities Center, dedicated in 1990, was named for Johnson’s fifth president, Dr. David Eubanks. The lower level, commonly referred to as the “EAC,” is a favorite on-campus hub for recreation and socializing. Students make good use of the EAC’s two racquetball courts, pool table, Ping-Pong table, and fitness centers. The River Grille and Underground Coffee Shop are also found in the EAC. The lower level of the EAC houses the Early Childhood Learning Center, an on-campus pre-school for children of married students, faculty, and staff. The Graphics Department can also be found on the lower level. The EAC’s second floor is home to the President’s Office, Advancement Office, Enrollment Services, Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and Student Services. The Science Department is also located on this level. The upper level of the EAC houses the Communications Program, including the television and recording studios.