This spacious building will allow the Center to serve as the hub for public service at Berkeley and will enable student leaders to work together in new, flexible spaces designed for collaboration. The Center will occupy a significant portion of the 2nd floor in the new Eshleman Hall, and will connect to an elevated walkway to the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center, the campus living room.
In its new home, the Center will showcase the University’s commitment to public service and tell the story of student, faculty, and alumni engagement around the Bay Area and across the globe.
When the building opens in fall 2015, our goal is to have secured a naming gift that will endow projects that will enable the Center to continue its faculty engagement while allowing students from historically underrepresented backgrounds to participate in our transformational programming. See our strategic plan
for more details on the current priorities of the Center.
The Transformation of Lower Sproul.