From a single-building evening school at Georgia State University to today’s university, Georgia State University has established itself as the heart of downtown Atlanta. Although the school’s “concrete campus” nickname was once a source of mild embarrassment, the name was accepted by the university community. Georgia State University purchased the first on-campus dormitory in the 2,000-bed Olympic Village residential area at the southeast corner of Centennial Olympic Park Avenue and North Street, which was used by Olympic athletes during the Olympics. The campus has the largest campus law enforcement agency in Georgia. The recreation center on campus has a squash court, a squash court, a 7,000-square-foot free weight area, a water sports center, a 35-foot climbing wall, a game room, a fitness room, aerobics, dance, and martial arts studios, also a studio containing four a gymnasium with a basketball/volleyball court.