Accessing Space for Student Organizations
As a Carnegie Mellon student organization, you have the ability to obtain a mailbox and access to buildings to conduct your organization's business. Follow SLICE's guidelines for requesting access to an office, closet, cabinet or cage space, as well as tips for your CMU ID activation or SLICE Access card.
Designate a Space Access Administrator
As part of the Student Organization Space Allocation Process, you must first designate a Space Access Administrator. Organizations with space in the University Center, East Campus Garage, Stever House, the Frame Gallery, and/or the Margaret Morrison storefronts, must designate one Space Access Administrator within their organization to facilitate and to manage member access to their assigned spaces and to liaison with the SLICE Office regarding any issues or needs. Please make sure that this individual is listed as the admin in your organization's Bridge roster.
Types of Access Requests
Individual Member Access
The Space Access Administrators can submit access requests for an individual member or multiple (bulk) members by submitting the Space Access Request Form, located in the forms section of the SLICE Student Activities Bridge page. This online form can be utilized to upload the Bulk Member Request or fill in fields to request access for one member.
Access Dates: Academic Year (Aug 1 - May 27)
Bulk Members Access
*This service is not being utilized at this time.*
The Space Access Administrators should utilize the Bulk Member Request form when requesting access for more than two members.
- This form will ask for: First and Last Name, Andrew ID, Email, CMU or Non-CMU Status, Access Start Date, Access End Date, and Type of Access Needed (some organizations have different types of spaces or multiple spaces).
- Upload the Bulk Member Request Form into the Space Access Request form. You may locate the type of access needed by viewing the Access Type document.
Non-CMU Member Access
CMU ID & SLICE Card Access
Once a Space Access Request Form has been submitted, a SLICE staff member will update the requested access to the individual's CMU ID or SLICE Access Card within 24 business hours.
Note: You may need to get your CMU ID encoded (activate the chip) if you have not lived in Housing within the last two years. Stop by the SLICE First Floor Office or you can go to Housing.
Members can tap their CMU ID or SLICE Access Card on the lock. First-time access or change-in access will require the lock to "wake" up to download the new information. This process can take 30-40 seconds (sometimes less). Please tap the card again to gain entry. Some locks will need a pin to enter. The pin is a 4 digit code (the birthday of the individual: MM/DD).
I'm locked out. What do I do?
I'm having access issues. What should I do?
Contact the SLICE Office at 412-268-8704 or email@example.com to let the staff know what the lock is indicating. For example: what color light are you seeing? Is it steady or flashing? This will indicate what type of issue you might be experiencing.
University Center Allocations Board (UCAB)
Next Allocation Process: 2020-2022
Space allocations is facilitated every two years. The next time Student Government recognized organizations can apply for space in the UC Offices, UC Cabinets, or the East Campus Garage Basement will be during the spring 2022 semester.
Mail delivered to student organizations will be deposited in their mailboxes located next to the Information Desk. Individual student mailboxes are located on the lower level across from the Career and Professional Development Center. To request a student organization mailbox, visit the SLICE office front desk.
If your organization has received a package, there will be a receipt in your organization's mailbox. Turn in this receipt to the Information Desk to claim your package.
View ALL Student Org Mailbox Assignments
|AB Political Speakers||109|
|AB Special Events||85|
|Agape Christian Ministry||13|
|All University Orchestra (AUO)||15|
|Alpha Kappa Psi||9|
|Alpha Phi Omega||157|
|American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)||156|
|Arab Student Organization||134|
|Asian Christian Fellowship (ACF)||1|
|Asian Students Association (ASA)||158|
|Awareness of Roots in Chinese Culture (ARCC)||74|
|Ballroom Dance Club||98|
|Black Graduate Student Organization (BGSO)||148|
|Carnegie Involvement Association (CIA)||135|
|Carnegie Mellon Raasta||2|
|Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA)||147|
|CMU Board Game Club||137|
|CMU Math Club (CMUMC)||28|
|CMU Ski Team||99|
|CMU Turntable Crew||34|
|Committee on Student Organizations (CoSO)||12|
|East End Youth Projects||124|
|EMS (Emergency Medical Services)||88|
|Engineers Without Borders||56|
|The Frame Gallery||4|
|Global Medical Brigades||95|
|Graduate Student Association (GSA)||113|
|Greek Advisory Board||101|
|Habitat for Humanity||17|
|Hellenic Students Association||43|
|Hong Kong Student Association||29|
|Ice Hockey Club||53|
|Indian Graduate Students' Association (IGSA)||123|
|Interfaith Council (CORA)||5|
|International Relations Organization (IRO)||150|
|International Student Union||138|
|InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)||126|
|Israel on Campus||27|
|Japanese Student Association||38|
|Joint Funding Committee (JFC)||30|
|Korean Student Association (KSA)||18|
|Lacrosse (men's & women's)||163|
|Liberty in North Korea (LiNK)||62|
|Lutheran Student Fellowship||168|
|Men's Water Polo||160|
|Minority Association of Pre-Med Students (MAPS)||155|
|Muslim Student Association||79|
|National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)||31|
|Online Gaming Society||166|
|People to People||127|
|Persian Students Organization||78|
|Radio Club (W3VC)||165|
|Rugby Club (CMURFC)||117|
|Sciences Teaching Club||128|
|Scotch'n'Soda Theatre (S'n'S)||57|
|Singapore Students' Association (SSA)||118|
|Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)||105|
|Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE)||8|
|Society of Automotive Engineers||11|
|Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)||142|
|Society of Women Engineers (SWE)||35|
|Student Body President||23|
|Student Body Vice President for Finance (SBVPF)||71|
|Student Body Vice President for Organizations (SBVPO) & CoSO||25|
|Student Dormitory Council (SDC)||33|
|Students in Free Enterprise (SiFE)||115|
|Taiwanese Students Association (TSA)||131|
|Tau Beta Pi||107|
|Ultimate Frisbee Club||47|
|Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Association (UEA)||76|
|Undergraduate Finance Association||20|
|Undergraduate Investment Club||36|
|Undergraduate Marketing Organization (UMO)||149|
|University Rowing Club (Crew)||129|
|Vietnamese Student Association||21|
|Women's Club Softball||114|
|Women's Leadership Institute||84|
|Women's Water Polo||130|