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University Residences Support Center - Shreve Hall (West)

What we offer:

  • Collaborative lounge with floor to ceiling dry erase boards
  • ITAP supported computer lab with PCs and Macs
  • Conference rooms as well as group study room
  • Two meeting rooms comparable to academic classrooms
  • Study materials available for checkout

With your Purdue ID, you may check out the following from the URSC:

  • Laptops
  • Dry erase markers/erasers
  • Standing easels
  • HDMI cords
  • Mac HDMI Adapters

Schedule a Room Reservation

To make a room reservation, please fill out this form at least one week in advance.

Reservable Spaces

Large Meeting Room (C113A/C113B):
The large meeting room is a versatile area that has the ability to serve many campus groups. This space provides two rooms, split by a sliding divider, that can be reserved, or one big room. The area has potential to seat 80 people; 40 on each side. This room is equipped with 4 AV monitors that can be controlled by the potable AV station, and two magnetic dry erase boards.

Small Meeting Room (C123):
The small meeting room can host up to 24 people. This room has a projection system available for use, and three magnetic dry erase boards.

Large Conference Room (C107):
The large conference room can seat up to 16 people. This space is equipped with an audiovisual monitor that can connect with electronic devices, and a magnetic dry erase board.

Small Conference Room (C124):
The small conference room can seat up to 8 people. This space is equipped with an audiovisual monitor that can connect with electronic devices, and a magnetic dry erase board.

Other Spaces

Collaborative Space:

This is a comfortable space that provides an opportunity for students to work individually or in groups. A few components of the collaborative space include: dry erase board tables, ceiling to floor dry erase boards, four audiovisual (AV) monitors, and awesome furniture.

URSC Collaborative Space

Quiet Study Area:
The quiet study area is located right outside of the computer lab. This area consists of a study bar with five individual stations and electrical outlets. Also in this space, you will find two lounge chairs with attached side tables. This space promotes individual study, yet collaboration is possible.

Individual Study Rooms (C100A, C100B, C114, and C120): There are four individual study rooms throughout the URSC. The study rooms can be used for small groups; up to five people. URSC Individual Study Rooms

Computer Lab (C100C):
This space consists of 15 monitors (13 PC and 2 Mac), supported by ITAP.
URSC Computer Lab

To reserve a room, email ursc@purdue.edu

Student Employment at the URSC: purdue.edu/studentemployment