The Student Center
Welcome to the Student Center! This is a unique, shared space that serves as both an informal community gathering space for students and a working environment for professional and student staff in the Office for Student Engagement (OSE), the Multicultural Resource Center (MRC), and Students for Education, Equity, and Direct Service (SEEDS).
The building is unlocked during business hours, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday. After 5:00 PM students and staff may access the building with their swipe cards until 12:00 AM. After 12:00 AM, swipe access is disabled.
In order to foster an inclusive space that is welcoming, we ask that you read through the following community guidelines.
Unless reserved, all of the spaces listed below are available for use by students and staff.
Student Work Space (Rooms 101 & 114)
These student work offices are located on the first floor of the Student Center, and both can comfortably seat 2 - 3 people. Student Center 101 has a long desk and two fully functioning computers for you to use, while Student Center 114 has one computer and a smaller desk. Students can use either space for open office hours, hosting study groups, or as a private space to do their homework. These rooms can be reserved.
Student Center 114
Student Center 101
Conference Room (Room 122)
The conference room is located on the first floor of the Student Center, and it seats up to 7 people. It has a mounted monitor on the wall for presentations. This room can be reserved.
This is a flexible, open space that is available for use by students and staff to hold events, conversations, office hours, meetings, etc. and/or for students who need a place to rest, eat a meal, or gather. There is no reservation system for the living room.
Student Center Living Room
BIPOC Student Lounge (Room 205)
Room 205 is dedicated for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) students. This lounge space is meant as a safe space for BIPOC students who need a place to rest, eat a meal, or gather. This is not a bookable space.
The kitchen is located on the first floor and has a refrigerator, freezer, microwave, toaster oven, dishwasher, coffee maker, tea kettle, utensils, and dishware which are all available for general use.
How to Book Space in the Student Center
Our student work offices (101 & 114) and conference room (122) are bookable directly from your google calendar, whereas the living room is only reservable via the IRIS Student Event Platform. If a space is not already reserved, it is open for you to use on a first come, first serve basis.
Here some simple steps to help in making your reservation:
- Open your Google calendar
- Select the time frame you would like to reserve
- A box will appear that will allow you to include your booking details
- Include any and all relevant details for your event
- You will see an area that asks you to include a room or location, you will want to select ‘Add rooms’.
- A new menu should pop up where you can type in the name of the room you would like to reserve.
- If the room does not appear, it is already booked at this time.
- If the room does appear, you will be able to select and officially book the room.
Check Room Availability
Student Engagement staff are available by appointment to Reed students, staff and faculty. Please contact our staff for assistance.