Opened in January 2002, the Student Center is at the heart of student life and is one of the three hubs on campus. It was designed as a place for students to enhance their university experiences on campus and, as such, offers daily programs and services.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday: 7:30 - 1 a.m.
Friday: 7:30 - 3 a.m.
Saturday: 11 - 3 a.m.
Sunday: 11 - 1 a.m.
Info Desk: 781.891.2255 (CALL)
Emergency Closings: 781.891.2020
Seasons Dining Room: The main dining hall on campus; residential meal plan or Falcon Funds accepted.
Yella's: Serves late night food.
Reserve a space through The Conference Center.
Stop by the Office of Student Activities, Office of the Dean of Student Affairs, Spiritual Life, Multicultural Center, and Center for International Students and Scholars, located on the third floor of the Student Center.
Student Business Center
Provides services and day-to-day support for recognized student organizations on campus, as well as the general student body.
Play pool (including weekly tournaments), foosball, air hockey, Wii, board games and cards, while watching the latest games and news on flatscreen TVs.
Harry's (the Pub)
Attend Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night programs for all ages, and enjoy beer, wine, and soft drinks (alcohol will be served to students with valid ID only). Check out the full listing of Harry's Pub events.
Provides religious ceremonies for Catholic, Muslim, Protestant, and Jewish faiths and serves as a spiritual place of quiet reflection for all faiths.
- Citizens Bank and Sovereign Bank ATM
The building manager is on duty Monday through Friday starting at 4:30 p.m. and has open hours on weekends and holidays. The building manager enforces policy, completes cash reconciliations, makes hourly rounds, sets up A/V equipment, manages the Rec Room, and facilitates day-to-day operations of Student Center.
Information Desk Attendant
The information desk attendant disseminates information to the Bentley community by handling walk-in and phone inquiries, sells movie and event tickets, handles the monies derived from all ticket sales, and distributes pool balls and cues and PlayStation games and consoles.
The Bubble attendant supports student organizations' day-to-day activities, answers phones, distributes mail, checks out keys, supervises the poster room, manages public computer terminals, and faxes documents.
Event staff work with event organizers and University Police to check proper IDs for event admittance, wristband students entering events with alcohol, enforce Bentley policy, and monitor event capacity guidelines.
The Pub programmer plans, books, and executes late-night events in Harry's on Fridays and Saturdays, and manages Harry's and its programming budget.
Off Campus and Student Vendor Sales Policy
- Vending tables are located outside Seasons Dining Room in the Student Center. There are also booths available outside the Lower Cafe in LaCava.
- Vendors pay a $40 fee per day to rent a table.
- Tables and booths are available for both outside vendors and student organizations.
- Contact Paul Stanish in the Office of Student Life at 781.891.2361 to arrange for a table or booth.
Bentley University Table Vending Regulations
- All vendors must sign a vending contract and pay all applicable fees.
- There is a fee of $40 per table per day (9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.), payable no later two weeks prior to the scheduled date.
- Checks should be made payable to "Bentley University" and mailed to the attention of Anita Tucker, Office of Student Life, STU 330.
- If a vendor does not send the fee by the due date, the vending date will be reallocated to someone on the waiting list.
- All cancellations must be made at least one week in advance during business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). Vendors who cancel after that time or do not show up to vend on a scheduled date will lose their vending fee and their remaining dates for the rest of the semester.
- Any postings, publications, or signs need to be approved in advance of vendor date by the Office of Student Life.
- All vendors are responsible for their own loading and unloading of merchandise and are responsible for obtaining a visitor parking permit from University Police.
- Vendors are responsible for all parking tickets.
- The Office of Student Life reserves the right to ban articles for sale that are sexist, racist, or offensive in nature or that promote the use of alcohol or tobacco.
- The sale of incense or candles is prohibited on campus.
- To arrange for this contract, please contact Paul Stanish in the Office of Student Life at 781.891.2361.
Student Vendor Policy
- Students hosting external vendors that need tables and booths can do so for a discounted $30 fee.
- Student vendors must register on behalf of the external vendor when booking table and booths.
- For those groups who bring vendors on campus, have them contact Paul Stanish at 781.891.2361.
Club and Organization Vendor Policy
- If a club or organization wants to have a fundraiser involving a vendor, then only those group members are permitted to staff the club tables to fundraise or sell tickets.
- Tables are free of charge.
- If an off-campus vendor representative or a student not with the officially recognized club or organization is present, privileges will be revoked for a full year.
- To book a table or booth, please contact Paul Stanish at 781.891.2361.
Open Flame Policy
- No open flames (candles, cigarettes, sterno flames and incense) are permitted.
- If candle wax is found damaging tables, carpet, etc., the group will pay for the repairs and will have their reservation privileges suspended.
Campus Posting Policy
- View the printable Posting Policy.
- If you have any questions regarding posting policy, please contact Paul Stanish at 781.891.2361.
Liquor Licenses for Campus Facilities
The following are the rooms available for alcohol use on campus (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights only):
- Blue Line
- Executive Dining Room
- Danielson A and B
- Faculty Dining Room
- Adamian Graduate Center Commons