University of California Berkeley - Optometry 2222 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA94720 This is the main office for the optometry program at the University of California, Berkeley. Classes include basic…More science classes in organic chemistry and biochemistry as well as advanced science courses in human anatomy and microbiology. They also have an eye care clinic at this location where people can get referrals for contact lenses, vision training and refractive surgery. Call the number provided for more information.
Patricia Motzkin 2927 Newbury St, Berkeley, CA94703 Patricia Motzkin provides architecture and interior design services for residential clients. She earned…More a Masters of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
UC Berkeley Chancellor's Office 2625 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA94720 Built in 1905, California Hall houses the office of the University of California at Berkeley's chancellor and other top…More administrators as well as some holdings of the university's East Asia Library. When the administrators' offices were moved from Sproul Hall into California Hall for security reasons, several exterior doorknobs were removed from Cal Hall to make it harder for protesters to get in. The Chinese marble lions flanking Cal Hall's south door thus no longer guard an actual entrance. The male lion protects the earth in his paw; the lioness protects a kitten.
University of California-Berkeley Human Resources Office 2150 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94704 This office on Shattuck Avenue handles employment and benefits administration for the Berkeley campus. Located in the…More Chase Bank building directly opposite the main entrance to the Berkeley BART station, it advises employees and university departments on recruiting, diversity outreach and other HR issues. If you're looking for a job at Cal, listings can be found online at <a href="http://jobs.berkeley.edu/">http://jobs.berkeley.edu</a>.
University of California Berkeley - Visitor Services 2200 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA94720 This office in Sproul Hall gives student-led tours to prospective students and their families, international visitors…More and the just plain curious. Guests can experience walking tours, golf-cart tours and special tours for people with disabilities. Residence hall tours are available by appointment. The website listed features a virtual campus tour with informational videos, text and webcam images.
The University of California Press 2120 Berkeley Way, Berkeley, CA94704 This is the local business office for The University of California Press. It has published numerous bestselling books,…More including <em>Infinite City</em>, <em>Unequal Childhoods</em> and <em>Adventures Among Ants</em>. In addition, it is responsible for several journals on the subjects of biology, history, law, sociology and interdisciplinary studies. The University of California Press also regularly takes part in publishing partnerships with scholarly societies and the UC community. You can view a list of Press books by visiting its website.
University of California Clark Kerr Infant Center 2900 Dwight Way, Berkeley, CA94704 The University of California Clark Kerr Infant Center provides a safe place for UC Berkeley teachers and students to…More leave their children. The program, which costs $1,887 a month, includes breakfast, a hot lunch and snacks. A fee reduction is possible, depending on the gross income level of the family and if there is a pressing need for care. The Infant Center follows the UC Berkeley academic calendar, so there is a semester break between December and January.
Pizzahhh! 2503 Hearst Ave, Berkeley, CA94709 Pizzahhh! is a pizza parlor near the University of California. Pizzas are made to order and customers get to choose…More their own toppings, such as sausage and peppadews.
Heyday Books 1633 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 Heyday sells magazines on the subjects of California history and Native Californians. These are available online or you…More may come into their small office on University, which has a limited selection. They also produce the quarterly magazine <em>News from Native California</em>.
Renaissance Villas 1627 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 This building run by Equity Residential offers 34, one- and two-bedroom apartments within walking distance of the…More University of California Berkeley campus. Its amenities include built-in washer/dryer units and professional management services. Interested parties can call for an appointment to view the apartments.
California Program on Access to Care 1950 Addison St, Berkeley, CA94704 This University of California program advocates for health care reform for low-income populations. It brings together…More researchers, government officials and advocates to try to improve health care access and quality for immigrants, the working poor and other underserved populations.
Canterbury at Cal 2334 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA94704 Episcopal Campus Ministry is an Episcopal/Anglican ministry for the University of California, Berkeley. It now convenes…More at University Chapel, along with Lutheran Campus Ministry. For more information on services or the Episcopal/Anglican perspective, you may call the number provided or refer to the website.
California Alumni Association 1 Alumni House, Berkeley, CA94720 For Cal alumni across the country, the California Alumni Association provides events and opportunities to gather,…More network and reminiscence about days gone by. Closer to home, it provides scholarships for current students, discounts and awards for alums, and advocacy services which further the interests of the entire university.
California Apartments 1630 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 California Apartments are close to downtown, UC Berkeley and BART. It has a community garden, bike park, hardwood…More floors and large rooms. Please call for more information.
University of California Berkeley Child Care Services 2601 Warring St, Berkeley, CA94720 University of California Berkeley Child Care Services hosts its after-school program for students in grades K-2 at this…More location on the Clark Kerr campus, south of the main UC Berkeley campus. Student parents participate for one hour a week in the different Child Care Services centers throughout the university system, assisting in classroom activities and in the operation of the food program. No meals are served at the Clark Kerr campus after-school program, but a snack is provided that meets Child Care Food Program guidelines.
Alpha Tau Omega 2327 Warring St, Berkeley, CA94704 Alpha Tau Omega is a fraternity organization affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley. There are…More currently 250 active chapters in the United States. Fraternity brothers participate in all aspects of the University community. Community-based projects include the Berkeley Project, DARE Day, the Annual ATO Block Party, Relay for Life and the Youth Support Program.
University of California, Berkeley - Clark Kerr Conference Cente 2601 Warring St, Berkeley, CA94720 Clark Kerr Conference Center is part of the University of California, Berkelely. It is a spacious building fitted with…More meeting spaces, dining area, accomodations, catering, and more. The meeting spaces can be rented during the summer for conference purposes and attendees will have housing and dining services arranged for within the residential halls of the center. Moreover, the residential quarters area available to the general public during the summer.
The flagship of the University of California system, Cal-Berkeley enrolls approximately 35,000 students, including…More 25,000 undergrads and 10,000 graduate students in 14 colleges and schools. Forty-eight of Cal's 52 doctoral programs rank in the top 10 nationally, and the National Science Foundation awards more graduate research fellowships to Cal students than those from any other school.</p>
<p>Cal's collections include the museums of Paleontology and Vertebrate Zoology, the Mark Twain Papers at the Bancroft Library and the Pacific Film Archive, all considered leaders in their fields. Cal admitted about 25 percent of freshman applicants to the Class of 2014; the average high school GPA of successful applicants was 4.19 on a four-point scale, weighted for AP and college-level coursework.</p>
UC Berkeley - Institute for the Study of Social Change 2420 Bowditch St, Berkeley, CA94720 This research center founded in 1976 uses both qualitative and quantitative methods to study critical social issues…More facing California and the nation. It administers the annual Yamashita Prize, honoring a member of the Cal community who has built bridges between academia and the community in a way that fosters social change. The center is housed in the historic Anna Head School, two blocks from the main campus.
ASUC - Associated Students of the University of California 400 Eshleman Hall, Berkeley, CA94720 The ASUC is Cal's student government. It disburses funds to student groups, lobbies Sacramento on behalf of students,…More and runs several useful ventures including an online lecture-note service. Through its Campus Affairs Office, it runs an art studio, the SUPERB (Student Union Program, Entertainment, and Recreation Board) entertainment office, and an open computing lab with free scanning and printing. Its headquarters, in Eshleman Hall, house the <em>Daily Californian</em> newspaper and other publications. There's also a seventh-floor library with amusing historic volumes of the Cal yearbook, the Blue and Gold.