Off Campus

Center for Latin American Studies (2334 Bowditch)

Built 1920.

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Floors: 2

Accessible entrances: There is an accessible entrance at the main door.

Restrooms: There is a accessible single user restroom.

Warren Hall (2195 Hearst Ave.)

Located at 2195 Hearst Ave, this high-tech building is home to several units of the campus’s Information Services and Technology unit, a central facility for campus IT and computing. The building provides a stable and secure home for much of the campus's data infrastructure. It was named in 2008 for the late Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Earl Warren -- a Berkeley graduate and former California governor -- after the demolition of the original Warren Hall, which was located on a nearby site.

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Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life (2121 Allston Way)

An archive, library and museum holdings include art, objects, texts, music, and historical documents about the Jews in the Global Diaspora and the American West.

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[under construction]

Center for Southeast Asian Studies (1995 University Ave.)

The Center for Southeast Asia Studies is one of the oldest and most prominent academic centers concerned with Southeast Asia in the United States. CSEAS functions as an administrative base to promote attention at UC Berkeley to the countries and peoples of Southeast Asia and to encourage the growth of Southeast Asian Studies on campus.

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[under construction]

Oxford Research Unit

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[under construction]

Office of Public Affairs

Built 1974. A bike shop and a bank in former lives; now home to the Berkeleyan newspaper, web NewsCenter, Media Relations, and other communications operations.

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[under construction]

Martinez Commons

Built 2012. Located at 2520 Channing Way, Maximo Martinez Commons opened its doors in August 2012, when more than 400 students, mostly sophomores, took up residence in the modern six-story facility built to LED Gold Sustainability standards. The commons is named in memory f Max Martinez, a longtime Berkeley staff member who dedicated his career to helping students, particularly the underprivileged.

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[under construction]

Legends Aquatic Center

Built 2016. The name honors coaching legends at Berkeley like the late Pete Cutino, considered one of the nation’s finest water polo coaches, and the four devoted alumni – Ned Spieker, Rick Cronk, Don Fisher and Warren Hellman, former student-athletes on the Cal men’s swimming and diving and water polo teams. The facility is primarily for the training of Cal’s intercollegiate swimmers, divers and water polo players.

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[under construction]