At the Student Center, we have a number of different services to make your life easier and more convenient, including the use of advanced audio/visual equipment, a coffee shop, pub, and many more. Take advantage of them!
The Student Center has a full-service Chase automated teller machine located in the Bookstore Lobby.
Located next to the bookstore, these boards are usually packed with interesting announcements regarding Rice seminars, club events, etc. If you have a flyer to post, check in at the Information Desk to get approval.
The Document Center in the Jones Graduate School of Business provides copying services for the entire campus. The Document Center is located on the fourth floor of McNair Hall, and the hours are 8:00am - 6:00pm. A request for services can be accessed at http://doccenter.rice.edu. The Document Center can be contacted at ext. 6571 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courtesy phones are located throughout the Student Center. A phone booth for visitors is located at the top of Sammy's lobby stairs, just across from the Rice Campus Store. Please dial the last four digits for on-campus calls or "9" to access an outside local line.
Our ever-popular Student Run Business, Rice Coffeehouse, is located on the first floor of the Ley Center. Stop by for coffee, tea, and a delicious pastry or bagel!
Sammy’s restaurant, 4.Tac0, and Ambassador Chinese are all options for dining in the Student Center. More information at: http://dining.rice.edu/
Located at the Ley Side of the Student Center, the Information Desk is staffed by Rice students who are ready to assist you.
The Student Center has a lactation room with two stations, equipped with microwave, refrigerator, and supplies. To access the room, check in with the Information Desk for the entry code and directions. A baby changing station is located in the restrooms next to the Grand Hall.
The Office of Student Media oversees the Off-Campus Housing Database. Check out the website for a place to live, entertainment, restaurants, etc.
Cell phone charging stations are located next to the Information Desk, outside the Bookstore and in the RMC Basement.
Single stream recycling containers for aluminum, glass, mixed paper and plastics are located throughout the facility.
There are several storage areas (all lockable) available for registered student organizations located in the basement of the RMC. These resources are free of charge, assigned once a year in spring. An email with an application link will be sent to the club president's listserv at the end of April. If you are no longer the president of the club, please forward this email to the new president. Storage is assigned on a first come, first served basis and is limited.
Located in the RMC Basement this space is open during Student Center hours. Any student may use the space during our operating hours.
A copier and workspace is available for registered student clubs. Clubs requiring a copier code, should call x3064 for assistance.
Four small offices are available in the Student Organizations Resource Center for meetings or studying. If the room is available, please sign in on the sheet provided, and limit your use to two hours (no reservations necessary).
In addition, when our regular meeting rooms are not in use, they are open for studying for students.
If your club or group would like to reserve a space, check out our schedule at http://rooms.rice.edu and sign up for an account to reserve space.
The Hoot, a Student Run Business, is open in the evenings for late night snacks and beverages. It is located in the 4.0 Taco space, above Willy's Pub and across from the Rice Campus Store. Check out their website for opening hours and menu.
Soda and snack vending machines are located next to Willy's Pub in the basement.
The Brown Garden, Sammy's and GH Lobby provide electrical outlets for laptops, phones, in addition to the rooms in the building.
Water bottles may be filled at the fountain alongside of 4.0 Taco (opposite the Rice Campus Store).
Willy’s Pub, located in the RMC basement, serves soda and snacks, and beer to those 21 and over.
Whether you are a student, a faculty or staff member, or a visitor, wireless connections are widely available on Rice's campus.