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Reserve Rooms

 

ATTENTION: EN Room Scheduling services are suspended until further notice.           

         

Please read the following instructions and click the link at the bottom of this page to access the reservation request form.

Use this form for non-course event room reservation requests (no official academic class, final exam or prelim exam room requests). Some event examples include: review sessions, information sessions, office hours, student organization meetings, special events, presentations, trainings, etc. If you have any questions please send an e-mail to EN Room Scheduling.

EN Room Scheduling attempts to process requests within three business days, however, during the first two weeks of the fall and spring semesters processing time may take longer due to high volume. We cannot process same day requests so please be sure to plan accordingly. Each request is confirmed by e-mail.

Once your request has been confirmed, you must arrange for access to the building and room by contacting the appropriate building coordinator. Be aware that most buildings/rooms are locked after hours and on weekends so you must contact the building coordinator, during their office hours, prior to your event (there are no staff available for assistance on weekends or evenings).

Policies:

Reservations are first come, first serve, with priority given to College of Engineering events. Occasionally groups may be bumped for a high priority EN/University event; in this scenario the primary requestor will be promptly notified. All reservation requests must be submitted by, or on behalf of, groups officially recognized by Cornell, or a Cornell unit/department.  Further, Cornell student groups must have an active registration with the office of Student and Campus Life.  Individuals may not reserve rooms for personal use.

EN Room Scheduling reserves classroom space with an expectation of courtesy. All users of classrooms are expected to leave the classroom and its equipment in good order. This includes chairs, desk and tables straightened, windows closed, electronic equipment powered down (if applicable, including lights off), removing or disposing of everything one brought in, such as beverage/food containers, newspapers, etc. No food or drinks are allowed in classrooms unless previously approved via the Event Registration Process.  The ERP is begun if a requestor answers affirmatively to questions posed on the follow form. Finally, the removal of furniture from any classroom (even if it is intended for use in an alternative classroom) is not permitted; users are expected to take extra care that no damage is done to classrooms, classroom furniture, or equipment. Classrooms should be returned to class-ready condition.

Audiovisual equipment and lecterns may not be moved. Additional fees may be assessed if the room is damaged or extra cleanup is needed. The cost to repair any damage to equipment or furniture will be the responsibility of the requesting group/contact person. Please ensure all lights and equipment must be turned off. The requesting group/contact person will be held liable for any damages, theft, and/or missing equipment.

Failure to observe these rules may lead to revocation of room reservation privileges.

Additional policies and guidelines can be found on the scheduling@cornell website.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation requests should be sent to EN Room Scheduling with the confirmation reference number in the email subject line as soon as possible.

Submit a Request

Please note: the earliest time a weekday event may start is 4:40pm.

Additionally, the following spaces are subject to secondary approval and may be available in limited capacity:

  • Carpenter 104, 235, 236, and 237
  • Phillips 318
  • Upson 142, 216, and 225

***Engineering Room Scheduling services are currently suspended; any requests will be neither saved nor processed until further notice***

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