Riverview Ballroom & Falcon's Nest
No later than 30 days prior to the event including all technology and room setup requests.
The reservation will be placed in a tentative status until all booking details have been received.
Reservations that do not provide these details by 29 days before the event will be canceled.
The only exception to this policy is the details for final head count which need to be received 14 days prior to the event. Catering due dates also must be followed.
Regular meeting room
At least three business days before the first meeting.
Note: The first opportunity for UWRF recognized student organizations to request a recurring room reservation for the next academic year is April 1. Meeting space is very tight on campus.
No, if your event is canceled a minimum of three days (72 hours) prior to the start of your event.
Yes, if you do not cancel your event. Non-cancellation of space can result in loss or damage of equipment so a fee will be invoiced to your group.
Yes, but there is an "Extended Building Hours" fee which is $25.00 per hour for each hour beyond normal building hours for Category 1 and 2 groups, and $35.00 per hour for each hour beyond normal building hours for Category 4 groups.
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Yes, but you will need to make sure that you have clearly discussed what type of decorations and how they are to be displayed with the Campus Reservations staff when you are scheduling your event.
Nothing can be taped or pinned to any structural walls.
There are portable divider walls which you can request to use for decorations or poster hanging.
Ballroom & Falcon's Nest Entertainment Complex
Use of the room
Price for the room will be included on the confirmation
Use of equipment
Make a tentative reservation as soon as the date of the event is known
Inform Campus Reservations what equipment you are looking to have at this event
How you want the room set-up
Any other audio/visual/technical equipment
Production Services will then send out the confirmation with the equipment cost and the approximate labor cost.
Having a bag lunch/dinner (not going to share with anyone) is allowed in the University Center except inside Riverside Commons.
Bringing in your own food to be shared with other people is not allowed in the University Center.
You can host catered events by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (715)425-3274.
You can have "pot luck" type events in buildings other than the University Center on campus but please make sure you clean up after yourself.
This will work just fine in the meeting rooms but you must bring your own dongle cable (DVI to VGA adapter) for connecting to the technology podium in the meeting rooms.
There are a few ways that you can bring the files:
Put the file on portable media (thumb drive or CD)