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Hanover, NH
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Booking Space

Space is tight at Dartmouth - Please book as far in advance as possible. 

How to book space: Most spaces at Dartmouth can be reserved through WebViewer, which you can access through "Room Scheduling Links" on Banner

SPACES ON CAMPUS & HOW TO RESERVE CONTACT
Collis Center, 53 Commons, Tom Dent Cabin: Rooms in the Collis can be reserved through BannerStudent by using the "CCTR (Collis Center) WebViewer for Students" link or through the Collis website. If you have any particular set up needs, please contact the Collis Coordinator with that information. Specifically, if you are reserving Collis Common Ground, it is best to follow up on room setup and technical needs as soon as possible. Collis may not be able to provide all equipment and other arrangements can be made. For more information about Collis Reservation policies, please click here Blitz Collis Reservations
Athletic Facilities: Spaces include West Gym, Leede Arena, Pool View Rooms, Leverone Field House, Thompson Arena, Rooms in Manley.  Athletic Facilities (646-3654)
DOC House

Conferences & Special Events (646-2923)

Roth Center Roth Center (646-0410)
Moosilaukee and Cabins Outdoor Programs Office (646-2428)
Residence Hall Spaces: Spaces in ORL buildings can be reserved through BannerStudent/R25 Webviewer, but you should send a follow-up blitz to the Community Director of the cluster. For any room set up or technical requirements, the Associate Director of Residential Operations would be your contact person for whatever you might need.  Residential Life (646-3093)
Classrooms: Classrooms can be scheduled by using the "Room Scheduling Links" option on BannerStudent. When the scheduling window opens, click on "CONF (Conferences & Special Events Office) WebViewer." Along the right hand side of the screen, you can see all of the different categories of classroom sizes that can be reserved. Click on the size you are looking for, and then you can pick the specific classroom that you would like to reserve. Conferences and Special Events staff do not work on weekends. A minimum of 24 weekday hours is required to process a basic classroom scheduling. A minimum of fourteen (14) days are required for any room booking with AV, table rentals, or any additional support. 

Conferences & Special Events (646-2923)

Outdoor Spaces

Conferences & Special Events (646-2923)

Rollins Chapel

Conferences & Special Events (646-2923)

Hopkins Center: Various spaces in the Hop are controlled by different departments within the College, although some spaces can be reserved through WebViewer. There are specific requirements for your event that must be provided depending on which space you are reserving. All Hop spaces require use of the Hop's union labor force, so there are often costs associated with putting on events in these spaces. 

  • Rehearsal Spaces: Contact Theater Department
  • Theater Spaces (Moore Theater, Bentley Theater): Contact Theater Department
  • Spaulding Auditorium: Blitz Hopkins Center Facilities
 

Other: 

  • There are potentially added costs when booking a space. The rates for Collis are less than other spaces on campus. Renting items like tables and chairs, delivery/pick-up, cleaning, AV equipment, and CTS staff set up are some examples of additional expenses you need to plan for. When you are booking a space, try and confirm any costs associated with your event. 

Last Updated: 8/18/13