WHO CAN USE ROOM 407
The Library conference room is available for use by CAMPUS GROUPS whenever the event does not interfere with normal library operations. AP-AA-04.3 excludes the library from the classroom pool. This room may not be used for general instruction or for externally funded special academic program activities, which must be approved and scheduled through the Registrar’s Office, ext. 6996. The conference room is restricted to events sponsored by the University and approved by Library Administration.
Reservations requests are submitted through the Room 407 Reservation Application. All reservations will be confirmed in advance by email.
The maximum room capacity is 196 people set up in an audience configuration. Approximately 50 people can be seated at tables for workshops. The Library has on hand approximately 70 chairs and 12 tables. Arrangements for room set-up must be done through ABM (x6675) at least a week in advance. Arrangements must also be made to have the room vacuumed and furniture put back in its original position after the event.
EQUIPMENT IN THE ROOM
The Library staff will assist with the room technology.
The event sponsor is responsible for requesting additional equipment through UNO Media Resources via the Helpdesk (504) 280-4357 or (504) 280-6500 or email@example.com, or contact Nick Cutrera at (504) 280-6080 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Outside food and drink are allowed in room 407. Food is not allowed on the floor outside this room unless prior permission is granted by Library Administration.
The sponsoring organization may arrange to have refreshments provided by University Catering.
The University of New Orleans is a smoke-free campus. Smoking is not permitted anywhere in or near campus buildings.
Please review the Library’s policies relating to the use of the building:
Sponsoring organizations are encouraged to display signage prior to and during their event at approved locations inside the Library. Contact Library Administration at x6556 to discuss placement.