Student Profile

Tiana Martinez

Tiana Martinez '18
Major: Politics, American Studies, Legal Studies 
Hometown: Miami, FL 

Involvement on campus: Student Service Bureau: Co-President, Art Studios Monitor, Waltham Group: Spectrum 

What is your favorite part of your role? Serving the SSB Team as the Staff Relations president challenged me to employ the value of communication in our business. The team and I have created a great communication amongst each other. Our little SSB family is my favorite part!

How has this involvement impacted your time at Brandeis? I started working for SSB Fall 2014 and worked myself up from that point on - A prime example of the American Dream. As cliché it is, I've learned that with hard work anything is possible. 

What made you get involved? When arriving to Brandeis, I aimed to make the best out of my college career and wanted to do the same for others. Whether it was bringing outside services onto campus and/or planning subsidized events for the student body, bringing positive experiences for the community was one of my priorities.  

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Usdan Student Center


The Usdan Student Center opened in 1970 at a cost of approximately $6.9 million. It comprises 125,500 square feet. Within its walls are:

*Conference and Events Services handles reservations for the various meeting rooms in the student center.

Usdan Student Center Philosophy

The Usdan Student Center provides services, conveniences and amenities that supports a theme of “COMMUNITY." It provides opportunities for all to interact on several levels with new faces and varying ideals on a daily basis. Through various boards, committees, and professional staff, the center provides a cultural, social and recreational environment that is complementary to the formal academic program of the university.

Posting Policy

The Usdan Student Center is a great place to post flyers and posters to advertise for events. All advertisements must be approved by the Shapiro Campus Center Info Booth Staff and placed via thumb tack on the bulletin boards within the building, or hung with tape on the brick walls. Any questions please ask the Campus Center Team at the Shapiro Campus Center Info Booth.

Tabling in Lower Usdan

Lower Usdan is a also great place for recognized student clubs and organizations to "table" for their events.  To request tabling space, please visit the Department of Student Activities in room 203 of Shapiro Campus Center.

Mailbox Stuffing

Recognized clubs and organizations may stuff mailboxes to advertise upcoming events by filling out a Mailbox Stuffing Request Form at the Department of Student Activities, SCC 203.

Display your Artwork

Want to show your original artwork in Upper Usdan? The 12-foot wall to the left of Louis' Deli has built-in hanging hardware and is open to anyone in the Brandeis community by application. The space is overseen by the Office of the ArtsIf you're interested in submitting a group or solo proposal, please use this online form. Questions? Email arts@brandeis.edu.