Space at the Inclusive Excellence Hub

The Inclusive Excellence Hub is located at 2515 Channing Way, Berkeley and features a variety of reservable or drop in spaces for graduate students.

Reservable Spaces Available

102C Meeting Room (8 person occupancy) 

    • Media equipment available: rolling TV monitor, Meeting Owl  

103 Conference Room (20 person occupancy for meetings & 30 person occupancy for theater set up). 

    • Media equipment available: rolling TV monitor, Meeting Owl, computer adapters, Presentation Remote  

105A (office, 4 person occupancy)

    • ** First priority for students with physical disabilities**
    • No media equipment available

Zen booth #1 (single occupancy) private and sound proof space for virtual meetings

Drop In Spaces Available

Available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

105C (6 person occupancy) – can be used as a meeting or study space

    • No media equipment available

104 Family Room (6 person occupancy)

    • First priority to graduate students with dependents

Zen booth #2 (single occupancy) private and sound proof space for virtual meetings


*When spaces are not reserved, students can use them as drop-in study or meeting spaces.*

Room Reservation Procedure

To Reserve a Space at the Hub:

  1. Submit a Hub Room Reservation Request Form
    • Requests during Hub hours of operation (9am-5pm M-F) should be submitted at least 2 weeks ahead of the event.
    • Requests outside of the Hub hours of operation (9am-5pm M-F) will be approved as exceptions and will be dependent on staff availability. These requests should be submitted at least 4 weeks ahead of the event. 
    • Please allow 3 business days to process your request.
    • Requests may only be submitted for the current semester.
  2. If your request is approved, you will receive a bCal invite. Verify your reservation date and time is correct. 
    • You will receive an email if your request cannot be fulfilled.

** Approved reservations for the 105A office space may be required to relocate to a designated office on the second floor as students with physical disabilities are given first priority for the 105A space. This change can be made up to 3 business hours before the reservation through an email notification.  

Reserve a Room

Room Use Guidelines

To reserve a Hub space, you must agree to the following terms:

  1. Safety: The point of contact assumes responsibility for the safety and security of participants. The university policies and procedures regarding alcohol must be followed:
  2. Room arrangement: The rooms come with a standard set up. Tables and chairs may be moved around and additional chairs are available if needed. To finalize your reservation, you must return the room to its original configuration.
  3. Windows: You may choose to open the windows and blinds. Prior to departing from your reservation, ensure the windows are locked and the blinds are lowered. 
  4. Food and beverage: All food and beverages should be contained to the reservation area during your reservation. Any beverages in the space should be in a container with a lid, if possible.
  5. Cleanup: Guests are responsible for cleaning the space, especially their food and beverages. Remove all decorations, and items not originally in the space. Landfill, Compost, Recycle, and Paper Bins are located throughout the Hub. Clorox wipes can be found in each of the reservable spaces. A vacuum is also available if needed near the entrance to the 104 space. 
  6. Media (if applicable): The adapters and remote should be placed back on the monitor stand using the provided velcro attachments. The rolling monitor should be placed in the closet and the meeting Owl returned to the Hub point of contact.

* Failure to comply with these terms may result in reservation privileges being rescinded in the future.*


Questions about your reservation should be directed to: i[email protected].

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