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The Campus Center (CC) building consists of two main building parts, the IRC and the ICC.

Information Resource Center (IRC)

From the visitor perspective, this is the building part "behind" the glass door in the foyer. The IRC department is located here, plus one member from Facility Management.

International Conference Center (ICC)

From the visitor perspective, this is all else. Especially including the foyer, the shops in the basement, the two large conference halls in east and west wing, and the conference room in the west wing.

Room Numbers

Schema

Though confusing, the room numbers do follow a scheme. As an example, CC 3-256 means:

  • CC: it is in the Campus Center building. There is no information, if this is within the IRC or ICC.
  • 3-: it is on the third floor. (lightbulb) counting floors starts in the basement with floor 1; (green star) mind the mezzanine floor (3rd floor) between the entrance level (2nd floor) and the library level (4th floor).
  • 2: it is within the middle building part. 1 would be the west wing, 3 the east wing, see table below.
  • 56: room number 56. There is no easy way to immediately know, where it is.

Floor Overview

(thumbs down) The button labels in the elevators do not correspond to the floor numbers as in the building plans. Here is a short reference:

Building Floor

Elevator Button

Architect's Designation

What to find there

1

B

UG

IRC: multimedia, holobench; ICC: shops

2

1

EG

IRC: circulation desk, library staff, facility; ICC: foyer, conferencing, entrance

 

 

 

From here on, IRC rooms only

3

2

ZG

IT support, IT & multimedia staff

4

3

OG, 1OG

library stacks area, silent study area, graduate workplace area, IRC seminar room, IRC group study room, IT student support

5

4

2OG

D-Forge

6

5

3OG

IRC Meeting Room

Room Designations

There are several named rooms within the Campus Center, which can be used for various purposes.

IRC

The Campus Center building part "behind" the glass wall.

Room Number

Room Name

Where to find

4-100

silent study area

library floor, west wing

4-300

group study area

library floor, east wing

4-102

graduate workplace area

behind silent study area, to the north

4-226stacks area library floor, middle building part 

 

 

the following rooms are to be booked via Jacobs Email calendar

4-302

IRC seminar room

behind group study area, to the north

4-103

IRC small group study room

behind silent study area, to the north

6-255

IRC meeting room

top floor

ICC

The Campus Center building part between entrance and the glass wall.

Room Number

Room Name

Where to find

2-228

ICC Foyer

entrance floor

2-112

Conference Hall

entrance floor, west wing, to the south

2-101

Conference Room

entrance floor, west wing, to the north

Attachments

The floor plans are in German, and have slightly different wordings, again (sad) The designated use within the plan are not valid and do not represent the current use.

Jacobs University Terminology

Wing Number

Architect Terminology

West Wing

1

BT 1

Middle Part

2

BT 2

East Wing

3

BT 3

  File Modified
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt1_OG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt1_EG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File CampusC EG Übersicht gesamt.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt2_ZG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt2_UG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt2_EG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt2_3OG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt2_2OG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt2_1OG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt3_OG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge
PDF File Campus-Center_Bt3_EG.pdf Jun 14, 2006 by Schmidt, Torge

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