Planning a visit to the Bioengineering Department?
Department offices are located in 306 Stanley Hall, in the northeast corner of campus. To reserve event space in Stanley Hall, please contact QB3.
For visitors, families, and prospective students, we strongly encourage the guided campus tousr and other resources available at the Visit Berkeley site.
The Department of Bioengineering does not offer tours for prospective students. Stanley Hall and its surrounds can be viewed on a campus tour; bioengineering students take classes in rooms and laboratories throughout the entire Berkeley campus. Prospective students wishing to discuss the bioengineering major with an adviser should consult the office hours for our Undergraduate Affairs Officer, Cindy Manly-Fields.
Department of Bioengineering
306 Stanley Hall MC #1762
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-1762
phone: (510) 642-5833
fax: (510) 642-5835
Stanley Hall is located on the Hearst Memorial Mining Circle, accessed through the east gate to campus from Gayley Road. For more directions visit the campus directions page, or try the Google Map below. Parking at Berkeley is a challenge, please plan your visit in advance with information from the Parking & Transit Office.
About Stanley Hall
The Bioengineering Department offices and some faculty laboratories are located in the Stanley Biosciences and Bioengineering Facility. Stanley Hall is managed by the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences (QB3).
The eleven-story building (eight above ground and three basement levels) was designed specifically to encourage collaborative research across traditional departmental divisions, and was completed in 2007.
The Stanley Biosciences and Bioengineering Facility is a replacement for the former Stanley Hall, built in 1952, which was seismically unstable. Old Stanley Hall was torn down in 2003.