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Faculty, staff, or CUA student members
of a registered student organization may use the on-line
form to reserve space and equipment for meetings and events related to
their department or organization.
Requests may take three (3) working days to process for space assignments.
Based on the co-curricular scheduling policy,
cannot be reserved 1) until the academic classroom schedule has
been released for each term (usually after the fifth day of classes)
or 2) during finals week of each semester in order to accommodate
adjustments to the academic schedule.
Service providers (CUA Dining Services, DMS, FMO, and CUA Sound Services)
may need additional time to
Three university vans are available for rental to CUA student organizations, departments and offices for university related purposes; additional information can be found online.
The division of Instructional Technology coordinates requests for technology
in spaces outside of the Pryzbyla Center; in addition, Instructional Technology
coordinates the borrowing of equipment for loan. Equipment and classroom technology
services are requested by logging in at the bottom of this page and completing the request form.
Contact support services to submit service requests.
Make arrangements to ensure the facility is cleaned and returned to
its original configuration upon completion of the event.
Users of CUA facilities agree to abide by all CUA policies as
well as applicable District of Columbia and Federal laws and
regulations, including but not limited to:
Alcohol: Alcohol may be served, by a licensed pourer,
at officially sanctioned university events sponsored by student organizations or university
departments. Guidelines for planning events where alcoholic beverages are served are
available in the Office of Campus Activities.
Posting: All fliers publicizing events on campus must be in accordance with the
Catholic University must ensure that all of its programs and activities are accessible to those who wish to attend; resources can be found online with Disability Support Services.
Food or beverages are not permitted in classrooms or academic auditoriums.
Organizations not directly affiliated with The Catholic University of America
or CUA faculty, staff, and students representing private groups or interests
should go to
Conferences and Pryzbyla Management.
In the event of an emergency or problem with the facility, contact Public Safety
at x5111. If the university experiences an emergency closing, then all events are cancelled. Call x5000
or check CUA Home for updated information
on the closing status of the campus.
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