Events

One-Time Event Classroom Requests

To request a classroom scheduled by the FAS Registrar's Classrooms Office for a course-related or departmental event, please visit Roombook. Select  'Academic Request' for course related events such as exams or review sessions; otherwise select the form for the term during which your event will take place. Course-related events include: quizzes, midterms, AEO accommodations, office hours, student networks, and film screenings. Non course-related events include lectures, socials, film screenings, staff meetings, and guest speakers.

 

Undergraduate Student Organizations

Officers of undergraduate student organizations may be granted access to RoomBook through the Dean of Student's Office. Student organization requests for space during the first three weeks of fall and spring terms will be considered the day before the requested space, as course and course related meetings continue to be assigned and reassigned space; courses and course-related event scheduling holds priority over non-course events. In most cases, confirmation will not be granted prior to 24 hours before the event. Student organization requests for weekly space will not be considered until all courses and course-related meetings have been assigned classroom space, approximately three weeks into the term.

Requesters should refrain from making more than one room request per event unless more than one room is necessary. Please ensure that one designated officer is requesting space per event to prevent multiple requests for the same event. The Registrar’s classrooms office can assist to help find alternate space should a requested space not be available.

Student organization requests for classroom space in evenings, Monday through Thursday, should fall within the timeframes of 5:50 to 7:50 pm and 8 to 10 pm.

Note: Student organizations may not reserve classroom space during final examination periods.

 

 

Graduate Student Organizations

 

GSAS organization officers may request classroom space through RoomBook utilizing their FAS credentials.