Tang Center

Built 1993. A major gift from Hong Kong businessman Jack C.C. Tang, two of whose daughters graduated from Berkeley, helped fund this center for student health care. Among the services available are acute care, radiology, a pharmacy, an optometry clinic, and various counseling services.

Building Details

Floors: 4

Accessible entrances: Two main entrances on the ground floor have automatic openers and push pads. The south facing entrance opens to Tang lot while the north facing entrance opens to Bancroft Avenue.

Restrooms: There is single user restroom on ground and second floor. Both restrooms provide side transfer capabilities.

Designated waiting area: Facing the elevator the Designated Waiting Areas are located at the ends of both hallways to the left and the right.

Emergency evacuation cabinet: The emergency evacuation cabinet is located in the elevator lobby on the ground floor.

Pictures of the Tang Center

The north side of the Tang Center. The access path is located in front of the main entrance on the south side of Bancroft Way.

North Face

The north entrance to the Tang Center. To the right of the entrance is an automatic door opener.

North Entrance


University Health Services (2222 Bancroft Way), Career Counseling Library