Who May Schedule an Event
- Academic or administrative departments
- Funded clubs
- Students must be affiliated with/sponsored by a College club or organization. Student clubs/organizations must designate a scheduler at the beginning of each academic year.
How to Schedule an Event
- Filling out the appropriate online form (click here)
- Emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Calling x4736
- Visiting our office on the first floor of Eustis (Eustis 112)
Please be sure to have the following information available:
- Start time/ end time
- Preferred location and alternative locations if unavailable
- Set-up needs (ITS events services, physical plant work orders, etc)
- Sponsoring department/organization
- Visibility on Colby web calendar (events can be public, Colby-only, or private)
- Expected attendance
- All event work orders must go through the EMS system and should not be sent directly to the service departments, with the exception of catering.
- Work orders for the coming 10-day period are sent automatically each day to the service departments from the EMS system.
- A minimum of 72 hours is required for processing and delivering work orders to the appropriate service department(s). Event requests without work orders or publicity information cannot be confirmed or publicized until all information is complete.
- Event orders entered into the system on Friday are received by the service departments the following Monday.
Monday through Friday during the school year, priority is given to regularly scheduled academic classes.
NOTE: The Registrar’s Office downloads the academic schedule into the EMS system one or more weeks prior to the start of a new semester. Non-academic events may be scheduled beforehand, with the understanding that the location may need to change depending on the academic schedule.
Certain buildings have special procedures and event priorities. Please check with our office if you have any questions.
A reservation in a seminar room must first be confirmed by the head of the department that room is assigned to. You can find a full list of the available seminar rooms below.
|Diamond 123 – Unassigned (20)
Diamond 221 – Sociology (20)
Diamond 223 – Environmental Studies (20)
Diamond 241 – Government (20)
Diamond 242 – Science, Technology and Society (17)
Diamond 243 – African-American Studies (20)
|Diamond 323 – Anthropology (20)
Diamond 341 – Economics (20)
Diamond 342 – Unassigned (17)
Diamond 343 – Global Studies (20)
Diamond 344 – Unassigned (17)
The Pugh Center is governed by rules established by the Pugh Community Board (PCB). To reserve this space you must fill out a Pugh Center Request Form. Any questions about the Pugh Center should be directed to Karen Platt, (x4251)
Click here for a list of the various venues we offer as well as the policies that accompany each venue.