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Common Area Reservations in Residential Locations

Common Area Reservations in Residential Locations

  • Reservable common areas in residential spaces are managed by assigned Area Directors and reservable through Campus Scheduling.  A designated individual must serve as the host/sponsor of the event and must be present through the entirety of the event.
  • Residential common areas are alcohol free spaces.
  • Furniture should all be returned to its original location at the conclusion of an event.  Pool tables located in Common Areas should not be moved.
  • Residence Halls are accessible only by students and therefore OneCard Access controlled. Students have OneCard access to the building; however Faculty and Staff must be escorted in by a student member of the event they are attending.
  • The individual or group reserving the space is responsible for any extra cleaning or damage charges that occur when they are occupying the space.
  • Sunday through Thursday events must end by 11:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday evening events must end by 1:00 a.m. the following day to comply with quiet hours.
  • Common Areas in Residential locations are not reservable during Study Days or Final Exam periods.
  • Residential Life staff have the right to refuse requests for reservations.


Residential locations available for reservation

  • Cassat Hall Game Room
  • Cassat Hall Main Lounge
  • Goodhue Superlounge
  • Nourse Main Lounge
  • Parish Basement Lounge
  • Weikart Sundem Commons (James Hall Main Lounge)
Last revised October 30, 2018

Last Reviewed: Oct 3rd, 2018

Maintained by Residential Life