Student groups are essential parts of the Jacobs Institute community. We provide meeting, teaching, and event space in Jacobs Hall for student clubs and DeCals focused on design and technological innovation. 10C (the Design Lounge), 210, 220, and 310 Jacobs are all reservable for student activities; you can read about 210, 220, and 310 Jacobs here and about the Design Lounge here.
Use of Jacobs Hall facilities may be revoked if a group is found to be violating building access and safety policies, including:
Request fall 2018 regular club meeting space via this form; apply by Sunday, May 13th for priority consideration. Club meetings should fall within Jacobs Hall’s extended access hours. All club members will need cardkey access to Jacobs Hall for after-hours and weekend meetings.
Club access privileges do not include Maker Pass access; please ask your members to get their own individual Maker Passes if they would like access to Jacobs Hall equipment and tools. To reserve space for one-time events involving non-club members, see the Student Events section below.
We host DeCals from all disciplines, so long as they align with the Jacobs Institute’s mission and would benefit from Jacobs Hall’s teaching facilities. As with all Jacobs Hall courses, we encourage DeCal students to participate in the community activities that take in Jacobs Hall (e.g., the Jacobs Design Showcase).
Student facilitators of fall 2018 DeCals can apply for teaching space using this application form; apply by Sunday, May 13th for priority consideration.
The Jacobs Institute sponsors DeCals that explore topics in design and technological innovation. To apply, submit all of the following information to email@example.com. To find the files for documents 1-4 and instructions for filling them out, visit the Academic Senate’s Student-Facilitated Course Information webpage. Proposals to teach DES INV 98 and 198 DeCals in fall 2018 should be submitted by Sunday, May 13th.
The Jacobs Institute supports student events related to design and technology innovation by providing Jacobs Hall event space. Jacobs does not charge room rental fee for student design events, but organizers of large, after-hours events may need to pay for janitorial services from Bear Brigade and/or hire a Security Patrol Officer from UCPD.
If your student group is interested in hosting an event at Jacobs Hall, please fill out the student event space request form; a Jacobs Institute staff person will follow up with you. Apply at least four weeks before your proposed event to ensure adequate turnaround time.
Please note that the building use policies outlined on the Jacobs Hall Space Rental page apply to all events, including student-run events.
Closet storage space is available for use by clubs and DeCals, but bear in mind that it is a shared space, so not recommended for large, delicate, or valuable materials. All materials must be cleared out of the closets at the end of the semester.