Campus Events are supported by many departments on campus. If you are interested in hosting an event at the Law School, please use the following information to begin the planning process.
The first step in planning a student-hosted meeting or event at the Law School is to contact the director of special projects to discuss your needs. We distinguish meetings from events by identifying the goals for your event and the intended audience of your gathering.
The campus is generally able to accommodate student organization meetings without issue, and the staff in the Student Services Department actively works with student group leaders to determine the time and space most conducive to hosting their group’s meetings.
The first step in planning a student-hosted meeting or event at the Law School is to contact the director of student services to discuss your needs. There are several things to consider while in the early stages of event planning. Students must communicate their ideas to the Student Services Department before inviting guests or attempting to reserve space.
During this initial meeting, you will 1.) receive information on available dates and campus space; 2.) review the campus events checklist; and 3.) determine a strategy for successfully marketing and producing your event. To make the most of this time, it is recommended that students review the space planning calendar prior to the meeting.