Reboot at new Behavioral Sciences Building C-stop
The “c” in C-stop can mean anything.
“Chicago, campus, collaboration, or computer. Pretty much any ‘c’ word that you could think of,” said Anthony Marino, associate director of facilities and support at the Academic Computing and Communications Center.
“The C-stop was invented to be whatever you’d want it to be.”
What it is: a new space on the first floor of the Behavioral Sciences Building with computers, guided help, lockers with rechargeable stations for phones, and spaces for laptops, collaboration and computers.
Like the first C-stop, which opened in Student Center West spring semester, the facility was suggested by students.
“Providing a one-stop shop that could meet all of those needs is really what the survey revealed about students’ wants,” said Marino.
The facility was funded by the offices of the Chancellor and Provost, Academic Computing and Communications Center and the Office of Campus Learning Environments.
There will be an open house this fall.
The Behavioral Sciences Building C-stop is open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Student Center West C-stop is open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.