How to reserve a room for an internal meeting that is not posted to the Event Calendar:
Law School faculty and staff wishing to reserve a room for an internal meeting (not posted to the Calendar) should send an Outlook calendar meeting request directly to the room.
Please send the request to the room first and do not include the attendees. If the room is in use before and/ or after your requested time, please make sure there is a 15 minute buffer between room reservations. This will allow the previous reservation attendees time to vacate and for your attendees to vacate before the next reservation. Your Outlook request will be reviewed and accepted by the Events Office; please do not consider your meeting request confirmed until it is accepted through Outlook. Once you receive the confirmation message, you may then invite your attendees. Please make sure you have your settings to where you can receive a confirmation.
Students wishing to reserve space in the Law School for an internal meeting (not posted to the Calendar) should submit a LAW SCHOOL STUDENT GROUP MEETING REQUEST FORM
REQUESTS MUST BE SUBMITTED A MINIMUM OF TWO BUSINESS DAYS IN ADVANCE OF YOUR REQUESTED DATE
Submitting a Meeting Request does not guarantee a room for your meeting.
This form is for internal student group meetings that are not publicized. If you wish to reserve a room for an open meeting or event that will be posted to the Calendar, please submit an Event Request. Please wait for confirmation of your meeting request before notifying your group of the meeting time and location! Your request will be confirmed within one business day. Requests must be made a minimum of two business days prior to the meeting date to ensure confirmation within one business day.
If you do not receive a confirmation message within one business day, please call or e-mail Events as we may not have received the request. If you request a room the same day of your meeting (within a 24-hour period), please call or e-mail Events. We will make every effort to accommodate a last-minute request.