The Campus Center opened in October 2006, the first new building on Oswego's lakeside campus in 35 years. The first phase of the building included a convocation center/ice arena and meeting rooms. The food court, retail space, meeting rooms and student activities areas opened as a part of the grand opening of the Campus Center Complex in fall 2007. The 111,492-square-foot building costing around $25.5 million in public and private funds serves as the social hub of the campus. In 2014, the building's name changed to Marano Campus Center, after the late Nunzio and Lorraine Marano. The naming recognizes Lorraine Marano's generous community spirit and $7.5 million gift to the college, the largest private donation in the college's long history.