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Room Use Policy for Reservations

Bryan Hall

Room 101A: Dean’s Conference

  • This room is located in the Dean’s office suite and only available Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  • Chairs and tables rearranged must be returned to the original set-up.
  • Food/beverage is allowed in the Dean’s conference room but must be properly disposed of immediately after your event.
  • Caterers or meeting organizer is expected to clean up in a timely manner and take all trash to the dumpster. Do not leave any trash in the building.
  • Housekeeping leaves every day at 1:30 p.m., but it is not their responsibility to remove the trash and/or clean/rearrange the tables, etc. after any event.
  • If the air conditioner is adjusted for your event, please make sure it is set back between 70 -75 degrees before departing.
  • The Technology Assistance Center can be contacted at 273-0248 regarding questions about the equipment.
  • Student groups needing access to equipment should contact the TAC to come over and start the equipment.
  • Please be sure to leave the room clean and ready for the next group to use (trash removed from the building, tables wiped, chairs pulled up to tables, white boards cleaned, etc.).
  • If you experience any problems upon arrival with the room not being acceptable for use please contact the Dean’s Office at 352-392-2397.

Room 130: Auditorium

  • This room is unlocked Monday-Friday during the day and evening until 10:00 p.m.
  • If your event is on the weekend you will need to check out a key from the Dean’s Office, 100 Bryan Hall by 5:00 p.m. and return it by 8:00 a.m. the following Monday.
  • A class schedule change has priority over events and your group could possibly be asked to relocate if necessary.
  • WCBA can reserve this room only until 8:00 p.m.; after that the registrar office has reservation rights.
  • Food/beverage is not allowed in this classroom/auditorium.
  • The Technology Assistance Center can be contacted at 273-0248 regarding questions about the equipment.
  • Student groups are not allowed to use this room unless a faculty advisor is present.
  • Please be sure to leave the room clean and ready for the next group to use (trash removed from the building, tables wiped, chairs pulled up to tables, white boards cleaned, etc.).
  • If you experience any problems upon arrival with the room not being acceptable for use please contact the Dean’s Office at 352-392-2397.

Hough Hall

  • The room/building may need to be unlocked for your event.
  • Email Addie Atkins (addie.atkins at warrington.ufl.edu) after you receive a confirmation to either schedule the room to unlock or activate Gator 1 card swipe access.
  • The building is automatically locked at 7:00 p.m.
  • You can work with the building monitors either Abigail Kaufman or Justin Hundersmarck to insure your guest will be able to enter after 7:00 p.m.
  • Abigail or Justin work every day from 7p-2a and can usually be found near the south entrance.
  • If your guest(s) have a Gator1 card and will be accessing the building on a regular basis you can request card swipe access by emailing Addie Atkins (addie.atkins at warrington.ufl.edu).
  • Hough Graduate School or a class schedule change has priority over events and your group could possibly be asked to relocate if this becomes necessary.
  • A breakout room reservation requires that you place a sign on the door at least one hour in advance and to remove the sign afterwards.
  • A magnetic sign for the breakout room door must be checked out from your program office or from the Dean’s office and returned immediately after the meeting.
  • If you do not have a reservation sign on the breakout room door your reservation is not secure.
  • Chairs and tables rearranged must be returned to the original set-up upon departure.
  • Food/beverage is not allowed in any of the classrooms except for Hough 120A/B.
  • Food/beverage is allowed in conference rooms (120A/B, 338, and 202) but must be properly disposed of immediately after your event.
  • Caterers or meeting organizer is expected to clean up in a timely and take all trash to the dumpster. Do not leave any trash in the building.
  • Housekeeping leaves every day at 1:30 p.m., but it is not their responsibility to remove the trash and/or clean/rearrange the tables, etc. after any event.
  • If the air conditioner is adjusted for your event, please make sure it is set between 70 -75 degrees upon departure.
  • Turn off light upon departure.
  • The Technology Assistance Center can be contacted at 273-0248 regarding the equipment.
  • Student groups needing access to equipment should contact the TAC to come over and start the equipment.
  • Leave the room clean and ready for the next group to use (trash removed from building, tables wiped, chairs pulled up to tables, white boards cleaned, etc.).
  • Please make sure the door is closed properly and locked when you are done using the room.
  • If you experience any problems upon arrival with the room not being acceptable for use please contact the Dean’s Office at 352-392-2397.

Matherly Hall

Room 120: Classroom

  • This classroom has restrictions.
  • The door is kept locked and requires a key to be checked out from the Dean’s Office, room 100 Bryan Hall.
  • The key must be returned after the event unless it is reserved during the evening and then the key can be returned the next morning by 8:00 a.m. or if on the weekend by 8:00 a.m. on Monday morning.
  • If your reservation is on the weekend you’ll need to check out a key to the room and building by Friday 5:00 p.m.
  • Only faculty or staff of the WCBA are allowed to request use of this room with the following conditions:
    • Use of this room requires a faculty or staff member to be present.
    • Reservations will only be approved for events that require to use of the technology this room offers.
  • A class schedule change has priority over events and your group could possibly be asked to relocate if this becomes necessary.
  • No student groups are allowed use of this room.
  • Chairs and tables cannot be rearranged in this room.
  • Food and beverage is not allowed in this room.
  • No catered events is allowed in this room.
  • If the air conditioner is adjusted for your event, please make sure it is set between 70 -75 degrees upon departure.
  • Turn off lights upon departure.
  • The Technology Assistance Center can be contacted at 273-0248 regarding the equipment.
  • Please be sure to leave the room clean and ready for the next group to use (trash removed from the building, tables wiped, chairs pulled up to tables, white boards cleaned, etc.).
  • Please make sure the door is closed properly and locked when you are done using the room.
  • If you experience any problems upon arrival with the room not being acceptable for use please contact the Dean’s Office at 352-392-2397.

Room 224: Conference

  • This conference room is kept locked and requires a key to be checked out from the Dean’s Office, room 100 Bryan.
  • The key must be returned after the meeting unless the meeting is during the evening and then the key can be returned the next morning by 8:00 a.m.
  • If your reservation is on the weekend you’ll need to check out a key to the room and building by Friday 5:00 p.m. and return it by 8:00 a.m. the following Monday.
  • Chairs and tables rearranged must be returned to the original set-up upon departure.
  • Food/beverage is allowed in this room but must be properly disposed of immediately after your event.
  • Caterers or meeting organizer is expected to clean up in a timely manner and take all trash to the dumpster. Do not leave any trash in the building.
  • Housekeeping leaves every day at 1:30 p.m., but it is not their responsibility to remove the trash and/or clean/rearrange the tables, etc. after any event.
  • If the air conditioner is adjusted for your event, please make sure it is set between 70 -75 degrees upon departure.
  • Turn off lights upon departure.
  • The Technology Assistance Center can be contacted at 273-0248 regarding the equipment.
  • Student groups needing access to equipment should contact the TAC to come over and start the equipment.
  • Please be sure to leave the room clean and ready for the next group to use (trash removed from the building, tables wiped, chairs pulled up to tables, white boards cleaned, etc.).
  • Please make sure the door is closed properly and locked when you are done using the room.
  • If you experience any problems upon arrival with the room not being acceptable for use please contact the Dean’s Office at 352-392-2397.

Stuzin Hall

Rooms 101, 102, 103, 104: Classrooms

  • Stuzin classrooms are unlocked Monday-Friday during the day and evening until 10:00 p.m.
  • If your reservation is on the weekend you’ll need to check out a key from the Dean’s office by Friday 5:00 p.m. and return by 8:00 a.m. the following Monday.
  • A class schedule change has priority over events and your group could possibly be asked to relocate if this becomes necessary.
  • Food/beverage is not allowed in any of the classrooms.
  • The Technology Assistance Center can be contacted at 273-0248 regarding questions about the equipment.
  • Student groups needing access to equipment should contact the TAC to come over and start the equipment.
  • Please be sure to leave the room clean and ready for the next group to use (trash removed from the building, tables wiped, chairs pulled up to tables, white boards cleaned, etc.).
  • Please make sure the door is closed properly when you are done using the room. No propping doors open.
  • If you experience any problems upon arrival with the room not being acceptable for use please contact the Dean’s Office at 352-392-2397.

Room 200: Conference

  • This conference room is kept locked and requires a key to be checked out from the Dean’s Office, room 100 Bryan.
  • The key must be returned after the meeting unless the meeting is during the evening and then the key can be returned the next morning by 8:00 a.m.
  • If your reservation is on the weekend you’ll need to check out a key to the room and building by Friday 5:00 p.m.
  • Chairs and tables rearranged must be returned to the original set-up upon departure.
  • Food/beverage is allowed in conference rooms but must be properly disposed of immediately after your event.
  • Caterers or meeting organizer is expected to clean up in a timely manner and take all trash to the dumpster. Do not leave any trash in the building.
  • Housekeeping leaves every day at 1:30 p.m., but it is not their responsibility to remove the trash and/or clean/rearrange the tables, etc. after any event.
  • If the air conditioner is adjusted for your event, please make sure it is set between 70 -75 degrees upon departure.
  • Turn off lights upon departure.
  • The Technology Assistance Center can be contacted at 273-0248 regarding the equipment.
  • Student groups needing access to equipment should contact the TAC to come over and start the equipment.
  • Please be sure to leave the room clean and ready for the next group to use (trash removed from the building, tables wiped, chairs pulled up to tables, white boards cleaned, etc.).
  • Please make sure the door is closed properly and locked when you are done using the room.
  • If you experience any problems upon arrival with the room not being acceptable for use please contact the Dean’s Office at 352-392-2397.

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