There is tremendous value in providing space for additional engagement opportunities for residents, and this new space reservation policy makes many residential spaces available for reservation by residents, Resident Student Organizations (RSOs), and University departments and offices for social, recreational and educational activities.
Representatives who make reservations will assume responsibility for the care and security of the space, including managing the behavior of guests who are present for the event.
The full Reservation Policy is available here, and should be read before requesting a reservation.
To maximize both engagement opportunities and resident access to the spaces considered to be a part of their home, the reservation policy highlights the availability of two types of spaces- Residential Lounge Spaces and Public Event Spaces. Read more about each of the spaces below:
Please note that reservations must be requested, and a submission of a request does not guarantee the space. Each request will receive a response to either confirm or deny a reservation. Reservations may be denied if they do not meet the requirements of the Reservation Policy, or if there is already a reservation for the timeframe requested.
Once you have read the Reservation Policy, you may request a reservation in any of the Residence Life and Housing spaces here.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the Reservation Policy, reservation request form, or reservation procedure, please contact our Student Engagement Coordinator, Adam Helgeson, by email, or call 302-831-2180.