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Routine Activity vs. Special Events

Below are the criteria of what is considered a routine activity vs. a special event.  Further questions can be addressed to Student Centers Administration.
Routine Activities:
  • Participants/attendees are current University students, faculty and staff only
  • Involves routine aspects of University resources to execute (Ex. Simple chair, table and smart room setup)
  • Does not possess a significant amount of risk to the University’s community, property, image or its guests
  • May be requested at least three (3) business days in advance of event
  • Usually confirmed or denied within three (3) business days
Special Events:
Level 1 Special Events
  • 100 persons or more current University students, faculty, and staff attending
  • Food or drink is to be served
  • Outdoor event that uses amplified sound
  • To be held in a Special Event Venue
  • Resource/staffing intensive
  • May disrupt normal University operations
  • Admission/ticketing needs

***NOTE*** Determination of status is not limited to these guidelines

Level 2 Special Events
  • Any of Level 1’s attributes
  • Non-University attendees are allowed to participate
  • Must be requested at least thirty (30) business days before the event date
  • Confirmed or denied at least two (2) weeks before the event date
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***Note*** that particular attention will be paid to events tentatively scheduled in Student Centers and associated special event venues