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The Student Union Facilities team is here to help keep our buildings well maintained and safe. Need to report an incident or something not working correctly? Just let us know right here!

REPORT BUILDING ISSUES

Report non-emergency issues in the MLK Jr. Building, Eshleman Hall, Anna Head Alumnae Hall, Anthony Hall, and Lower Sproul Plaza here. For emergencies contact UCPD at (510) 642-3333. For non-emergency issues outside Student Union property please contact UCPD at (510) 642-6760 or visit Campus Facilities Services.

 

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

STUDENT ORGANIZATION SPACE ALLOCATIONS

Space is allocated in Eshleman Hall and Hearst Gym through the ASUC Student Government. Please visit the ASUC to begin the application process.

Allocations are made based on how long each student org has existed, what kind of student group it is, and what needs the group has for space. The most updated spaces allocations can be viewed here.

THE GREEN TEAM

The ASUC Student Union Green Team works to develop a comprehensive zero waste program for the ASUC buildings by overseeing vendor waste and sourcing practices, developing educational initiatives, and conducting research on the campus’s waste streams. By integrating a culture of sustainability within the ASUC buildings, the Green Team hopes to progress toward the University of California’s Zero Waste by 2020 goals, as well as the new campus-wide target of eliminating all non-essential single-use plastic by 2030. The Green Team works under the Student Environmental Resource Center (SERC) Zero Waste Research Center and partners with the ASUC body, facilities management, building vendors, and other environmental organizations on many of its projects.

In April 2020, UC Berkeley committed to a comprehensive plastic policy, which eliminates all non-essential single-use plastic by 2030. This target was adopted by Chancellor Carol Christ, is the most comprehensive ban of plastic by an institution, and is the country’s strongest ban on single-use plastic. Here’s a UC Berkeley article that announces this policy.

 

Review policy here

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