Campus Center Service Locations
The Campus Centers primary offices and service desk are located within 172 Tremont St. off the main lobby. Whether you want to reserve or access a room, borrow a board game, ask a question, or otherwise need support this is the main place to come.
Student Performance Center Service Desk
Located on the lower level of the Little Building, the Service Desk provides assistance for utilizing the rehearsal rooms, students, and SPC Theatre or SPC Black Box within the Student Performance Center.
Whether you need a room to meet for an hour, host a social event or training, or put on a show or theatrical production, from 4 people to up to 200, and from casual to specialized, there is space within the Campus Centers that can meet your needs. Any of the spaces within the Campus Centers can be booked or requested online through Spacebook. You can also stop by either of our service desk locations for assistance in making a reservation.
A copy machine for individual, student group, or departmental use is located at the service desk at 172 Tremont.
There is a maximum of 150 sheets per copy session; larger jobs should be completed through the Print and Copy Center, located at 100 Boylston Street.
On the both the main level of the Max Mutchnick Campus Center and in The Hub at 172 Tremont, three iMac computer kiosks are available for students to access their Emerson ECmail and Emerson ID accounts, or to browse the web.
Students may also use the black-and-white laser printer next to the kiosks. Students must swipe their Emerson College ID or ECcash card through the Print Release Station to print.
For assistance, contact the IT Help Desk: 617-824-8080.
Lockers are available to rent on a first-come, first-served basis for $10/semester. The lockers located on the second floor across from the Max Cafe at 150 Boylston St., and require their own padlock. To request a locker rental, a Locker Rental Agreement must be filled out in person at the Service Desk at 172 Tremont.
Locker Rental Policy
Lockers can be rented for $10 per semester, and $5 per summer session. This fee must be paid in cash at the service desk at 172 Tremont. Once the fee is paid and the agreement signed, the Campus Centers staff will keep a copy of the agreement with the student’s Emerson ID on file. (Only one locker is allowed per student; lockers should be used only by the student renting them. Lockers cannot be shared or swapped.)
Lockers are not automatically renewable. Students must renew their locker agreement and pay the next semester or summer fee. Students must remove all materials and belongings from their assigned lockers by the last day of the semester. Failure to do so may result in the items being disposed of by Campus Centers staff.
If all lockers are occupied, students may be placed on a waiting list. Students called from the waiting list will have two full business days to respond to an offer of a locker rental before the next waitlisted person is contacted.
Emerson College and the Campus Centers are not responsible for damage or loss of the contents of any locker. Students are responsible for reporting any damage or needed repairs to campuscenter [at] emerson.edutitle="Email the Campus Center". (If your locker door does not open or shut properly, do not force it; report it immediately.)
The Campus Centers reserve the right to open a locker with or without the consent of the renter when locker procedures are being abused or in case of an emergency.
Flammable materials, dangerous chemicals, explosives, weapons of any kind, and illegal or controlled substances (such as drugs or alcohol) are strictly prohibited inside lockers.
Student Organization Storage
Storage for student organizations are located on floors 2 and 3 (lockers) and the lower level (cages) of 172 Tremont, and are only available to registered student organizations registered through Student Engagement and Leadership. Storage will be assigned to organizations per academic year. Requests are reviewed through a formal allocation process, and will be based on justifiable need.
Clubs and organizations are responsible for the condition of their storage unit and will be charged for any damages. Storage is not automatically renewable. Student organizations must submit an allocation request each academic year with SEAL administration.
The organization president will be provided the combination for storage lockers, or will need to submit a list of the names and Emerson ID numbers of members authorized to access a storage cage. Any updates and/or changes to access must be notified to campuscenter [at] emerson.edu.
Emerson College and the Campus Centers are not responsible for damage or loss of the contents of any storage unit. Student organizations are responsible for reporting any damage or needed repairs to campuscenter [at] emerson.edutitle="Email the Campus Center". (If your storage unit door does not open or shut properly, do not force it; report it immediately.)
SEAL administration reserves the right to open a storage unit with or without the consent of the student organization when procedures are being abused or in case of emergency.
Flammable materials, dangerous chemicals, explosives, or weapons of any kind are strictly prohibited inside lockers. Illegal or controlled substances such as drugs or alcohol are also strictly prohibited.
Campus Centers Promotional Table
Need a way to promote your event and engage people? Student organizations and departments looking to promote an event, involvement opportunities, or conduct SEAL-approved fundraising may request to utilize one of the Promotional Tables located in: the lobby of 150 Boylston Street; The Hub at 172 Tremont Street; the Dining Center, Center Stage, or Lion’s Den; the Boylston Place Alleyway; or the SPC Lobby. Requests can be made online through SpaceBook.
Departments and organizations can post flyers and announcements on the bulletin boards located: on each floor of 172 Tremont Street; on the main level hallway and in the Max Cafe at the Max Mutchnick Campus Center at 150 Boylston Street; and within the Student Performance Center on the lower level of 80 Boylston Street.
All materials must comply with the College’s posting policy and must be approved and stamped by the Campus Life office prior to being posted.
Departments and organizations can submit digital content (images or videos) to the digital signage screens located within the lobby of 172 Tremont Street, or other locations on campus, for posting and display.
All content must comply with the College’s posting policy and SEAL’s Digital Signage Guidelines, and must be approved by the Campus Centers or Student Engagement and Leadership offices prior to being posted.