Reserve Faculty Commons







  • If you are reserving the classroom for an undergraduate class period, please describe how the space will help you achieve your teaching goals.
  • Please enter a number less than or equal to 36.
  • SPACE RESERVATIONS FOR THE SPRING 2020 SEMESTER WILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING JANUARY 2, 2020, AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND PROCESSED IN THE ORDER THEY ARE RECEIVED. WE REGRET WE CANNOT ACCEPT YOUR SPRING REQUESTS PRIOR TO JANUARY 2.

    To learn more about each space, click on the “Individual Room Descriptions” button in the upper right-hand corner of this page. ZSR 665 and ZSR 675 are available for student-facing meetings or classes, with a faculty or staff presence.

  • Faculty Commons spaces are only available for use Monday-Friday, and reservations can only be made for the current semester. We ask that you give us 1-week notice for the lounge and 72-hours notice for the other spaces.

    Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY

  • Please reserve at least 15 minutes prior to your event for set up (30 minutes if you order catering). Please note: The space is not available until 8:00AM, so the earliest an event can start is 8:15AM.
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  • Please reserve at least 15 minutes after your event for clean up (30 minutes if you order catering). Please note: The space is not available after 5:15PM, so the latest an event can end is 5:00PM.
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Floorplan of Faculty Commons

Individual Room Descriptions


SPACE RESERVATIONS FOR THE SPRING 2020 SEMESTER WILL BE ACCEPTED BEGINNING JANUARY 2, 2020, AND WILL BE REVIEWED AND PROCESSED IN THE ORDER THEY ARE RECEIVED. WE REGRET WE CANNOT ACCEPT YOUR SPRING REQUESTS PRIOR TO JANUARY 2.

Space users are responsible for the setup of the space prior to the event to accommodate seating and catering needs and for returning the space to its original order at the conclusion of the event.

Contact Deborah Snyder via email if you have questions about space availability or your reservation.