Request a Space
The Events Management Office is responsible for booking all campus spaces for events.
Rooms that need to be reserved for a regularly scheduled class or tutorial should be booked through the registrar. The registrar will plot all academic space for courses in the appropriate rooms at or around the start of classes each semester. NOTE: If you are booking space for an event that will occur during or very shortly after the start of classes, you may need to identify a backup location.
Faculty, staff, and students will use the same procedure for reserving spaces:
* If the desired room is in the following list, obtain permission from the designated contact:
- Baber Painting (Upper): Amy Beecher
- Baber Film/Video (Lower): Brad Heck
- Campus Center: Liz Sisk
- Dining Hall: Liz Sisk
- Drury: Amy Beecher
- Library 209: Beth Ruane
- Library Reading Room: Beth Ruane
- Library Reference Room: Beth Ruane
- Library Research Bar: Beth Ruane
- Persons: Dan Cotter/Adam Katrick
- Ragle: Matan Rubinstein
- Serkin Dance Studio: Kristin Horrigan
- Snyder Art Center: Amy Beecher
- Total Health Center: Christine Shepard
- Whittemore: Jean O’Hara
- Woodard: John Willis
Once you have gained permission for the space (if required), forward the email from the point person for the space confirming your use to the events manager at email@example.com. Then, proceed with filling out the space reservation form (above).
Things to Note
Rooms that are not needed should be canceled by the requester in an email to the events manager so that the space is made available to others. If the requester made the reservation through the registrar, the cancellation should be made there as well.
In the event a Marlboro College community member requires a specific room for an important event and the room has already been previously booked by someone else, it will be up to the community member needing the room to work out mutually-acceptable arrangements with the original party and to let the events manager (or registrar for courses) know, in writing, if a change of rooms occurs. It is not the responsibility of the events manager or registrar to negotiate special arrangements between parties.
In all cases, the individual or group using the space will be responsible for cleaning the area as well as turning off the lights and locking the door. Thank you for your cooperation!