In addition to workshops, writing services, and career advising, the Graduate Resource Center (GRC) provides space and resources to graduate students, postdoctoral scholars and the campus community.
"The GRC has benefited me as a graduate student in many critical ways including professional development skills, succeeding in academia, to balancing school work with a healthy life. It offers all the resources that I need to succeed."
Reserving the Graduate Resource Center (GRC)
Located in a central part of campus, the GRC is an ideal location for events related to graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. The GRC provides a variety of room configurations to support groups in lecture, conference, and theater-style arrangements. Basic audiovisual support is available.
If you would like to host a workshop, meeting, or special event in the GRC, please click here. Click here for layout options. For any questions, please contact the GRC at 949.824.3849.
This is the largest available space in the GRC and is a multipurpose area that can be used for a variety of programs and events, including workshops, academic classes, receptions, and medium-size board meetings to name a few. The space can be rearranged in different configurations including the traditional meeting room set-ups (auditorium/lecture, classroom, conference, U-shape, empty) as well as customized layouts based on the event’s need. The room includes a dry erase board, a buffet table with complimentary water and tea, and large windows with natural light. Audio-visual support is also available upon request.
Adjacent to the Program Room, the Study Lounge is a great space for studying and for small meetings or gatherings. One side of the room has a large boardroom table that seats eight people. The other side of the room has an informal setting with a couch and two chairs. There are four individual tables for students that want to study or work on their writing.
Executive Conference Room
The Executive Conference Room is a private room situated inside the Study Lounge and is ideal for small committee meetings, interviews, and study groups. A phone is available for conference calls or phone interviews.
Located off of the reception area, the Seminar Room multipurpose area can be used for a variety of functions, including seminars, workshops, studying, and group meetings. The space can be rearranged in different configurations including the traditional meeting room set-ups (lecture, classroom, conference, U-shape, empty) as well as customized layouts based on the event’s need. The room includes a dry erase board and large windows with natural light. Audio-visual support is also available upon request.