Student Profile

Libby

Name: Libby Panipinto
Major: IGS and Anthropology with a minor in Legal Studies
Hometown: Dallas, TX
Year: 2015

Involvement on campus: Orientation Leader Fall 2012, Fall Fest 2012 Volunteer, Fall Fest 2013 Volunteer Coordinator, Ticket Agent for Brandeis Tickets Box Office, Promotions Coordinator for Student Events

What is your favorite part of your role? I love being able to help make Brandeis the best that it can be.  College can be stressful and Student Activities is the perfect way to help college students remember to have fun and relax every once in awhile.  Plus, I love to plan and run programming and my involvement with Student Activities is the perfect way to be involved and have fun.

How has this involvement impacted your time at Brandeis? My involvement has given me the opportunity to meet all kinds of interesting people.  From students to faculty, I have made some great relationships and I really appreciate Brandeis for the special place that it is.

Do you have a favorite memory of your time with Student Activities or at Brandeis? It is so hard to choose just one because I have so many.  Brandeis has been an amazing experience so far and I cannot wait for the amazing times to come.  Everyone keep an eye out and get excited for Fall Fest 2013!

Posting Policy

The Campus Center is a great place to post flyers and posters to advertise for events. All advertisements must be approved by the Info Booth Staff and placed via thumb tack on the bulletin boards within the building, or hung with string from the second floor banister. Any questions please ask the Info Booth Staff.

Did You Know?

The Campus Center was designed by the award-winning firm Thompson and Rose in Cambridge and is thought to be the “living room of the campus.”

During the 2009-2010 academic year, there were 4,360 bookings within the Campus Center. The building was reserved for 23,000 hours!

Request Forms

Go to our Forms and Policies page for request forms for SCC Space, Commuter Lockers, Exhibits in the Art Gallery, Locker and Storage, Theater, Ticketing, and how to advertise your event in "What's Happening" emails.  Related policies are also on this page.

Shapiro Campus Center

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The Shapiro Campus Center opened in 2002, thanks to a generous contribution from Carl and Ruth Shapiro.  In support of the mission of Brandeis University, the Shapiro Campus Center is a space to promote and enhance campus life and unity. The Shapiro Campus Center, a student-directed and administratively supported space, is a reflection of the passion, devotion, strength and enthusiasm found throughout the Brandeis community.

Open 24/7!

The Center is accessible by ID card 24 hours a day. The Information Booth and conference rooms are open during the following hours:

Monday through Friday
10:00a.m. to 11:30pm

Saturday and Sunday
2:00p.m. to 11:30pm

The Info Desk can be reached via phone at 781-736-4770.

How Do I Use the Building?

The administrative offices are open 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Many students are in their club spaces throughout the day and evening hours, check individual websites for office hours. If you would like to reserve any of the spaces (conference rooms, Art Gallery, Multi-purpose Room, Atrium, Theater) fill out the space request form and submit it to the Department of Student Activities.

What's In It For You?

There are many resources for students housed within the Shapiro Campus Center.

First Floor

  • Atrium: heart of the Campus Center - bookable for events and home to our ongoing vendor program. See below for a schedule of who and when vendors will be on campus.

  • TV Lounge: study, watch TV, or simply hang out.  Due to its nature, this is not a reservable space.

  • Brandeis Tickets: purchase your tickets to campus music, theater and other events

  • Study Library: set up your own laptop or study with a group at the tables provided

  • Brandeis Bookstore: one stop shopping for all of your academic and Brandeis Apparel needs

  • Einstein Bros. Cafe: open late for caffeine lovers and late night snackers

  • Carl J. Shapiro Theater: home of the Undergraduate Theater Collective (UTC)

Second Floor

  • Multi-Purpose Room: reservable during Info Booth operating hours

  • Dark Room: home of the Photography Club

  • The Archon Yearbook

Third Floor

  • Student Union/Club Resource Room

  • Conference Rooms: open and reservable during Info Booth operating hours

  • Commuter Lounge: accessible to all off campus students with a Brandeis ID

  • Art Gallery:  available for both meetings and art exhibits. If you're interested in displaying an exhibit, contact the Department of Student Activities.

  • Waltham Group

  • Women's Resource Center

  • Triskelion

  • Students Sexuality Information Services (SSIS)

  • Brandeis Media Coalition

  • Students for Environmental Action

  • Brandeis Television (BTV)

  • WBRS 100.1 FM

Your Favorite Vendor is Coming to Town:

Throughout the year, the SCC hosts dozens of unique vendors, selling everything from jewelry to scarfs to posters to plants and more! Drop by the SCC atrium on weekdays to see what fun items you might find for purchase! Below are just a few of our regulars:

Des Anderson- flags

Beyond the Wall- posters

Mia Boldsen- antique jewelry

Munish Chander- scarfs and jewelry

Global Prints- posters

Larry Nelson- handcrafted jewelry

Randy Skolnick- plants and fish