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    Templeton Campus Center
  • Templeton Campus Center
    Templeton Campus Center
  • Templeton Campus Center
    Templeton Campus Center
  • Templeton Campus Center
    Templeton Campus Center
  • Sculpture in the Interior Courtyard of Templeton Campus Center
    Sculpture in the Interior Courtyard of Templeton Campus Center

Templeton Campus Center

In this campus hub, you’ll find dining halls, the Bookstore, and offices for student groups including student government (ASLC), Campus Activities Board (CAB), KLC Studios, students unions (BSU, QSU etc.), and student publications. You can work on a paper in the Dubach Computer Labs, or you can just hang out in one of several student lounge areas. 

Closest Parking Lots: I (Lower Templeton), H (Akin), J (Howard)

  • ATM
  • Bon Appétit Office
  • Bookstore
  • Campus Living
  • Career Center
  • College Outdoors
  • Conference and Event Planning
  • Council Chamber
  • Counseling Service (no access from interior)
  • Dubach Mac Lab
  • Dubach PC Lab
  • Fields Dining Room
  • Financial Aid
  • Health Service (no access from interior)
  • Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement
  • International Students and Scholars
  • Mail Room
  • Stamm Dining Room
  • Thayer Conference Room
  • Trail Room Café
  • Undergraduate Registrar
  • Undergraduate Student Activities
  • Undergraduate Student Government (ASLC)
  • Undergraduate Student Leadership and Service
  • Undergraduate Student Media
  • Undergraduate Student Organizations
  • Veterans Services

Templeton Events

March 22nd, 2019

  • 12:00am: Register NOW for Spring Break: Hike & Kayak Redwood National Park
    Visit Redwood National Park for Spring Break! Spend the week hiking through huge redwood forests and kayaking in calm waters adjacent to the ocean. Stay in cute cabins, eat great food (campus dining is closed!), and enjoy a hot shower after your days of exploring. Redwoods are the tallest living things in the world – don’t miss this opportunity to live among them for a week!

    Register in the College Outdoors office, Templeton 244, while space lasts!
    until March 30
  • 5:00pm: Spring Break: California Surf Clinic
    Learn to surf! Camp on bluffs just above the crashing Pacific Ocean, and surf on the central California coast.  This week of surf training covers all the basics.  Learn to read the surf conditions, choose the safest entry and exit point of the surf break, paddling and wave catching techniques, standing up, turning, and surfing etiquette. Get the best tips and coaching from the excellent surfing staff at UC Santa Cruz. This trip is designed for beginner surfers, yet more experienced surfers are welcome to take the classes and improve upon their skills.  All you need is your swimsuit, reasonable swimming ability, and a desire to hit the surf. We provide the rest.  Spectacular trails are there to explore after your surf sessions each day.  On top of that, the intriguing city of Santa Cruz and its world famous boardwalk are nearby.  Trip fee includes transportation, food, camping, surf instructors, and all the equipment (including surfboards and wetsuits, and any camping gear) you’ll need! You can get one credit in PE/A 142, “Wilderness Leadership” for participation during this trip as long you register prior to drop/add and complete a drop/add form. This class counts as an activity credit for graduation. Plan to add $5/day for vegan, gluten-free, or other specialized diet requests (a vegetarian option is included at no extra charge).  Medical dietary restrictions are exempt from the additional $5/day fee.
    until 4:00pm on March 30
  • Fiesta X 9:00pm: Fiesta X Dance

March 23rd, 2019

  • All Day: Register NOW for Spring Break: Hike & Kayak Redwood National Park
    Visit Redwood National Park for Spring Break! Spend the week hiking through huge redwood forests and kayaking in calm waters adjacent to the ocean. Stay in cute cabins, eat great food (campus dining is closed!), and enjoy a hot shower after your days of exploring. Redwoods are the tallest living things in the world – don’t miss this opportunity to live among them for a week!

    Register in the College Outdoors office, Templeton 244, while space lasts!
    until March 30
  • All Day: Spring Break: Hike & Kayak Redwood NP
    Come stay at a lodge and cabins in Redwood National Park for Spring Break! We’ll spend the week hiking through huge redwood forests and stunning beaches on the Pacific Ocean. We’ll also spend part of the trip learning how to handle a kayak on the bays and lagoons adjacent to the ocean. It’s the start of spring in these spectacular forests, so the wildflowers will be blooming. The main lodge where we stay has a huge kitchen for cooking meals, great resources for learning about redwood ecology, and hot showers, too! Redwoods are the tallest living things in the world – don’t miss this opportunity to live among them for a week!
    until March 30