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Highlander Union (HUB) Events Policies

Please note some of the policies are currently being updated to comply with campus standards. Please confirm policy with HUB Scheduling before moving forward with event plans.

Policies for the use of UCR facilities and grounds have been developed to prevent disruption of the mission of the university, particularly academic instruction, research and creative activity, and to protect campus safety and security. All event use must have a designated sponsor. 

 

  • Definitions

    Event 

    Any planned assembly, including but not limited to: celebration; social gathering with or without amplified music or sound; lecture; forum; performance, concert; rally; speaker presentation, conference; and athletic competition.

    HUB Event Status

    • Waiting for Review: an Event or Major Event request pending review by the Venue Contact.
    • Tentative:  an Event or Major Event request in process by the Venue Contact pending additional details, documentation or approvals.
    • Confirmed: any Event or Major Event approved by the Venue Contact.
    • Canceled: any Event or Major Event that is not approved by the Venue Contact or other Campus Entity with approval authority.

    Major Event

    Any planned assembly, including but not limited to: celebration; social gathering with or without amplified music or sound; lecture; forum; performance, concert; rally; speaker presentation, conference; and athletic competition at which one or more of the following conditions apply:

    • Expected attendance of 300 or more individuals.
    • Per the determination of designated UC Riverside officials, the planned assembly has the potential to significantly impact the safety, security, and/or services or operations of the campus based on an assessment of:
      • Proposed location
      • Estimated number of participants/attendees
      • Time of day
      • Date and day of the week
      • Use of outdoor amplified sound if outside designated hours
      • Proximity to other activities or locations that may interfere with or reduce the efficiency of implemented security measures
      • Security resources
      • Anticipated weather conditions
      • Estimated duration
      • Selling and/or serving of alcoholic beverages
      • Any objective and credible evidence regarding actual threats to campus safety and security
      • Any similar viewpoint and content neutral considerations relevant in the assessment of campus safety, security and/or services or operations

    Non-University User

    An individual not currently employed by UC Riverside, or an employee of UC Riverside acting outside the course and scope of their employment.  This also refers to Registered Student Organizations at UCR, group associations, corporations, or other combination of individuals or entities that are neither academic nor administrative department of UC Riverside.

    Registered Student Organization (RSO)

    An organization composed of current UC Riverside students.  Each organization is recognized by UC Riverside via annual registration through the Office of Student Life.

    Note: Only those individuals formally authorized by current members may make decisions on behalf of the RSO.

    Security Staffing

    The level of security and number of staff required for hosting a Major Event on University Controlled Properties. Staffing levels and associated costs are determined by UCPD.

    Sponsor

    An individual or entity requesting to host an Event on University Controlled Properties.  An individual or entity is classified in the following categories:

    • University User
    • Registered Student Organization (RSO)
    • Non-University User

    Sponsorship

    Includes financial responsibility for all aspects of hosting an Event, including, but not limited to: security, associated logistical support and any resulting damages to University Controlled Properties.

    University Controlled Properties

    • The entire physical footprint of the main campus, including, but not limited to: every structure; facility; parking lot; as well as all grounds.
    • Any real property located outside the footprint of main campus that is owned or leased by UC Riverside.

    University User

    Any academic or non-academic unit, any other official UC Riverside entity, or any officially recognized part thereof, or any student government authorized by UC Riverside (Associated Students of UC Riverside and the Graduate Student association of UC Riverside).

    Venue Contact

    The UC Riverside unit that manages reservations and schedules events for a particular venue.

     

     

     

     

  • HUB Event Procedures

    Reservations

    A University User or Registered Student Organization (RSO) submits reservations online at http://reserve.ucr.eduEvent requests must submit at least seven (7) days prior to the event date.  Major Event requests require at least four (4) weeks to process.  Exceptions to Event scheduling policy require written approval from the Director of Student Life.

    A Non-University User may request reservations via e-mail hubscheduling@ucr.edu.  Requests require at least six (6) weeks to process as dictated by campus policy 700-85.

    The individual or entity that initiates a request becomes the Event Sponsor.  An Event Manager (see Venue Contact) is assigned to process the request.   Most Event requests are processed within five (5) days of receipt*.  Major Events process as dictated by campus policy 700-85*.

    All requests are Tentative until written Confirmation is sent to the Sponsor.  Any changes to an Event or Major Event that occur after Confirmation is sent to Sponsor will return the request to Tentative status pending further review and approval.

    *Please note: aspects of an Event or Major Event may require additional time to process.  Academic locations have a second tier of approval and may require up to five (5) additional days.

    Facility fees and payment options are assessed by User type (University, Non-University or RSO), for more information see:  insert link

    Conditions and Restrictions

    Doors and hallways may not be blocked with chairs or other equipment. The use of candles, heating devices or flammable materials is prohibited unless approved in advance by the Campus Fire Marshal. Smoking is prohibited in all university facilities, including HUB exterior patios and balconies. Food may not be prepared or cooked in HUB meeting rooms or lounges.

    HUB lounges are public spaces and are not available for reservation. The lobby outside of HUB 302 South may be utilized for pre-event purposes when HUB 302 is reserved. Decorating

    Decorations

    Event sponsors must coordinate decorations with the HUB Venue Contacts in advance. Masking tape, Scotch tape, tacks, nails, staples, etc., are not permitted on any  surface in any of the HUB facilities. Paint, permanent markers, glitter, sand, dirt, gel bead vase filler or any items not easily cleaned are prohibited. To adhere decorations to surfaces, sponsors may only use damage free hooks and painter's tape.

  • Major Events Policy

    In Spring 2019, UCR finalized an official "Major Events Policy". This policy establishes the processes for requesting and hosting Major Events on University-Controlled Properties. This policy includes guidance on determining security plans, risk management requirements and general event guidance. Each venue on campus has its own contact that manages reservations and schedules events for particular venues. 

     

    At the HUB, a member of our scheduling team will guide you though the process should your event be determined to fall within the established guidelines and definitions of the Major Event Policy.

    https://fboapps.ucr.edu/policies/index.php?path=viewPolicies.php&policy=700-85

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  • Major Event Planning Review Committee
    Major Event Planning Review Committee

    A Major Event Planning Review Committee exists to preview potentially challenging public events, review public events that have experienced difficulties or unsuccessful outcomes, to hear sponsors' appeals regarding public events, and make recommendations on events. This committee does not replace the appeals processes that exist for specific venues. This core review board shall consist of:

    • HUB Director
    • Student Recreation Center Director
    • AVC for Housing, Dining & Residential Services
    • AVC/Dean of Students
    • Campus Fire Marshal
    • UC Police Department
    • Director of Risk Management

    Additional members (as needed, depending on event) from the following departments:

    • Office of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs
    • Environmental Health & Safety
    • Transportation &Parking Services
    • Facilities Services
    • University Communications
    • Dining Services

    Event sponsors with requests that require approval from the Major Event Planning Review Committee will present their plan and respond to questions and concerns from the board. For events with multiple risk factors or with an anticipated audience of over 100, sponsors are encouraged to request a preplanning assessment early in the planning process to help identify potential issues.

    Classrooms and Auditoriums
    University classrooms and auditoriums are available for use, subject to availability. Rooms must be reserved at least two weeks in advance and are not available the first two weeks of each quarter. No rooms are available during final examination periods and Commencement weekend. Food and drink are not permitted in classroom facilities at any time and the sponsoring group must clean and restore the room to its original condition. All space assigned in academic rooms for non-academic use is subject to bumping or reassignment based on academic needs.

    Academic Facilities
    Classroom reservations are made through HUB Scheduling.

    Student Affairs Facilities
    The following facilities operate under this policy including their specific use policies and procedures:

    Specialized Facilities
    The following facilities operate under separate facility use policies, procedure and fees. Contact each facility directly for information:

  • Use of Campus Outdoor Space

    Reservation for use of campus outdoor space is necessary to ensure safety, security and order, and to minimize competition for space. Not all outside space on the campus is programmable and events or activities are not permitted in unauthorized areas. Specific restrictions apply in many areas. The advance approval of Facilities Services may be required and some areas may require restorative periods following major events or in preparation for Commencement and are not available. Event organizers are responsible for arranging for clean up and are liable for any damage that may occur.

    In general outside events are limited to the following spaces:

    • Aberdeen & Inverness Bowl
    • Bell Tower Mall
    • Highlander Plaza
    • HUB Lawn
    • Pierce Lawn
    • Rivera Lawn
    • Recreation Center Lawn and Walkways

    The following areas require additional approvals:

    • Flag Pole lawns
    • Hinderaker Plaza
    • Olmstead Plaza
    • Picnic Hill
    • Rivera Library Arches
    • Sports Complex
    • Student Services Building Lawns

    Other building exterior spaces including courtyards and patios may be reserved pending an approved policy exception.


    Tables and Structures

    Tables, tents and canopies used in campus outdoor space must not block fire lanes and placement is subject to space availability. Staking is not permitted in any campus lawn without specific Facilities Services approval. Large tents and structures require the advance approval of Facilities Services, Risk Management and the Campus Fire Marshall. 


    Amplified Sound

    All programs or activities utilizing high-impact sound (including amplified sound, percussive acoustical music or all-audience vocal participation) must obtain specific approval in advance. Amplified sound is allowed between the hours of noon and 1 p.m. and is restricted to the Bell Tower, Speakers Mound and designated areas in the HUB. An exception for additional locations and time periods may be approved by the AVC/Dean of Students office.

    Amplified Sound Exception Form


    Camping or Overnight Events

    Camping and overnight events are not permitted.  

  • General Provisions

    Alcohol Sale, Service and Consumption on University Controlled Properties

    Alcohol Permits

     


    Risk Management and Insurance

    All events must comply with campus insurance requirements. General liability insurance is required for events held on University Controlled Properties. Levels of insurance coverage required vary depending on the complexity or risk involved. Most departmental activities are covered by the university. All registered student organizations holding any type of event on campus must carry general liability insurance. Registered student organizations may be eligible for the event liability insurance program offered through UCOP. Registered student organizations carrying insurance through their parent organizations must provide a certificate of insurance. Venue Contacts will advise on insurance requirements during the planning process.

    For additional information:

    Risk Management website.

     


    Film Screenings and Filming on University Controlled Properties

    Screenings

    Event organizers planning film screenings on campus must provide proof that they have obtained permission to show the material. Most university spaces (classroom, lounge or common area at the university) are considered public spaces, and showing the movie in these areas is equivalent to showing them in a theater. Movie rentals are intended for personal use, renting them does not provide the permission needed to have a public showing in which any audience is invited.

    Most "mainstream” films that are distributed for non-commercial use (which is what most campus showings would be) come from one of two main distributors:

    The UCR Library may already have permission to show the film.  If the film you would like to show is one the library has already purchased rights to, you can show the film without obtaining additional permission. To determine whether the library has public performance rights for the film you'd like to show, please contact the Media Library.

    Filming

    Filming on University Controlled Properties is permitted with a reservation and advanced approval from University Communications.   

    Filming by Registered Student Organizations also requires advanced approval from Student Life.


    Food Service, Sale or Distribution

    Any food served at events that is not provided by Citrus Grove Catering must be in compliance with university food service regulations including cooking equipment regulations issued by the campus Fire Marshal. All UCR students, faculty, staff and affiliates must obtain a temporary Food Permit whenever food or beverage is distributed or sold to the public on campus. The use of outside caterers must be approved by Citrus Grove Catering. Only pre-approved caterers may be hired to provide on-campus services to UCR staff and students.

    Charcoal barbecues are prohibited on University Controlled Properties. Propane barbecue equipment must be approved in advance and comply with fire code regulations.


    Public Assembly and Expression:  Time, Place, and Manner

    The right of discussion and expression of all views is a basic principle within the university. The university willingly serves as a prominent public venue for the open and free exchange of ideas and supports students right to protest with the understanding that the safety of individuals, the protection of property, and the continuation of the academic process without interference are of paramount importance.

    Existing campus policies and procedures are designed to ensure a supportive and safe environment for all members of the UCR community, including those who may express conflicting or dissenting views.  Policies applicable to protest and demonstration are posted on the AVC/Dean of Students website.

    Student leaders are encouraged to consult with the Dean of Students and the UC Police Department in planning demonstration and protest events to ensure that the events are successful and accomplish their goals in a mutually agreeable manner. Students and/or student organizations who elect to ignore or violate university policies and expectations will be subject to applicable campus/administrative and or legal/criminal sanctions.

    Any activity that is pre-advertised, requires sound amplification or can reasonably be expected to attract a crowd of 25 or more, must be scheduled in advance through the HUB Scheduling office and is limited to the Bell Tower or Speaker's Mound area.


     

    Parking and Vehicle Access

    Access to parking and permission to drive vehicles on campus is coordinated through  Transportation Services.


    Publicity of Events

    Campus events may not be publicized until the event itself has been approved by the university. All publicity of events must contain the name of the sponsoring organization and admission charge (if any) for the event and must comply with the campus posting policy. Publicity may not emphasize the availability of alcoholic beverages. Read the Student Affairs Posting Policy and Alcohol Policy for more information.

     

    Guidelines for Determining Security, Safety, and Liability Needs

    If required, pursuant to the criteria set forth in the Campus Events Risk Grid, UCPD will conduct a security assessment based on information provided by the Major Event Inquiry, the Security Assessment form, and any other such information as UCPD may obtain. 

    In consultation with the Office of Campus Counsel, UCPD will assess Security Staffing needs based on objective and credible evidence of specific risks, and not on assessment of the viewpoints, opinions or anticipated expression of speakers, Sponsors, participants, community members, or performers. Permissible factors for consideration may include, but are not limited to: 

    ·the estimated number of participants;

    ·the affiliation of attendees (Student, Faculty, Staff, Visitor);

    ·whether alcohol will be served at the Major Event;

    ·the time of day the Major Event is to take place;

    ·the date and day of the week of the Major Event;

    ·the proposed location of the Major Event;

    ·the proximity of the Major Event to other activities or locations that may interfere, obstruct or lessen the effectiveness of the security measures being implemented;

    ·the resources needed to secure the Major Event;

    ·the anticipated weather conditions;

    ·the estimated duration of the Major Event;

    ·any similar content-neutral considerations relevant to assessment of security and campus safety needs and

    ·past history of violence, arrests, damage, etc. at the same event/performances 

    UCPD will make security recommendations that address security threats identified as a result of the evaluation. The goals of UCPD security recommendations are to: 

    ·Minimize risks to the health and safety of the Major Event participants and audience;

    ·Minimize risks to University Controlled Properties and the surrounding community;

    ·Maximize the ability of the Sponsor to successfully hold the Major Event; and

    ·Protect the exercise of freedom of speech, expression, and assembly by the Sponsor, participants, and members of the community. 

    Recommended security measures may include, but are not limited to:  modifying the venue; adjusting the date(s) and/or time(s) of the Major Event; providing additional law enforcement; imposing controls or security checkpoints; and creating buffer zones around the venue. 

    If UCPD determines the Major Event has substantial security needs, the Sponsor must schedule a security assessment meeting with UCPD no later than three weeks prior to the date(s) of the Major Event. The meeting may include, as necessary, the following:  Venue Contact or designee; and one or more representatives of the Sponsor. The individuals serving as first contacts must attend the meeting and be available for consultation throughout the event-planning period. UCPD will present security concerns and recommendations at the security assessment meeting, and meeting participants will discuss options for addressing the security needs that UCPD has identified. 

    If UCPD determines that, because of new information it has received or changing circumstances, its security assessment must be modified, it will schedule additional meetings or communications with the Sponsor and other appropriate stakeholders to discuss its revised recommendations. 

    Should the Sponsor and UCPD be unable to agree on implementation of security measures or recommendations, the Sponsor may submit an appeal to the Chancellor or the Chancellor’s designee for final determination. The Chancellor or Chancellor’s designee may make a determination of the security measures required for the Major Event based on the security assessment conducted by UCPD. The goals of that determination are to: 

    ·Minimize any identified threat to health and safety of the Major Event participants and audience;

    ·Minimize any identified threat to University Controlled Properties and the surrounding community;

    ·Maximize the ability of the Sponsor to successfully hold the Major Event; and

    ·Protect the exercise of rights of free expression by the Sponsor, participants, and community. 

    Implemented security measures may include, but are not limited to:  adjusting the venue, date and/or time of the event; providing additional law enforcement; imposing controls or security checkpoints; and creating buffer zones around the venue. The Chancellor or Chancellor’s designee will provide the Sponsor a written explanation of the reasons for the final decision. 

    If during a Major Event an imminent threat to public safety arises, avoidance or minimization of which requires delay or cancellation of the Major Event, the Campus Event Response Team guidelines will be consulted. The on scene UCPD incident commander has the authority to make a tactical decision to immediately delay or cancel the Major Event to mitigate damage to University Controlled Properties and/or public safety risks. 


    Event Intervention

    The Venue Contact,  UC Police Department, Environmental Health & Safety or other university officials may halt an activity, prevent a public event from starting or continuing or limit access to the event if either a credible threat to life or property arises or a serious violation of university policy occurs.

    To the extent possible, university officials will endeavor to notify the event sponsor of credible threats to life and/or property or violations of University policy before taking action and, if time and circumstances permit, provide the event sponsor with the opportunity to correct any deficiencies. Actions by facility event managers, UC Police Department and Environmental Health & Safety shall be reasonable with respect to the public event.

  • Highlander Union Space Specific Guidelines

    Highlander Plaza

    The Highlander Plaza may be used for campus events. The following restrictions apply:

    Events that occur during the week Monday–Friday are allowed after 4pm on weekdays, any events before 4 pm may have restrictions in regards to setup and amplified sound. Events must conclude by 11 p.m on weeknights. Saturday events may begin at 8 a.m. and must conclude by 11 p.m. Only one event per Saturday can be accommodated.  Sunday events may be permitted pending staffing.

    For evening events, the plaza may be closed to non-participants. Access to the building lobbies must be maintained for other events that may be occurring in the building. Organizers should be aware that other events and activities may be happening in other parts of the campus core which could provide potential interruptions. Events may not block pedestrian access to the Costo Hall stairs or to the elevator lobby. 

    Equipment deliveries, setup, sound checks, etc., must be coordinated with HUB events staff and should be designed for minimal impact to the general daily use of the plaza.

    Plaza furniture may be used as-is for events. Events that require the full removal of the plaza furniture are only permitted on Saturdays. Furniture will be removed Friday night and returned Sunday. Limited furniture movement or removal is possible for weeknight events. Furniture may not be moved by event organizers. Hourly setup rates apply.

    Catering as part of the event is permitted in the plaza including light cooking and barbecues. The concrete must be protected from food and grease spills under all cooking areas.

    Food may be sold in the plaza as part of an event, this does not include Tuesday and Wednesday food fundraising sales. Food fundraising sales are approved for the upper mall and in the Bell Tower areas only.


     

    Latitude Fifty-Five

    Latitude Fifty-Five is not available for reservations.


    HUB Lounge Space

    Our lounge spaces are public areas that are non-reservable. The area outside of HUB 302 South may be utilized for pre-event purposes when HUB 302 is reserved. The Graduate Student Association has the right to utilize the Graduate Student Lounge for programming associated with its mission. 


    Upper Mall

    The upper mall between the Bell Tower and the Campus Store may be reserved for various campus activities including food and vendor sales, information tables and club activities. The entire mall may be reserved for major campus events. Events may close the mall to non-participants, but access to the adjacent buildings may not be hindered during normal hours of operation. Organizers should be aware that other events and activities may be happening in other parts of the campus core which could provide potential interruptions.

    Equipment deliveries, setup, sound checks, etc., must be coordinated with HUB events staff and should be designed for minimal impact to the general daily use of the plaza. 

    Upper Mall furniture may be used as-is for events. Events that require the full removal of the mall furniture are only permitted on Saturdays. Furniture will be removed Friday night and returned Sunday. Limited furniture movement or removal is possible for weeknight events. Furniture may not be moved by event organizers. Hourly set up rates apply.

    Catering as part of the event is permitted in the plaza including light cooking and barbecues. The concrete must be protected from food and grease spills under all cooking areas.

  • Use of the Highlander Union Facilities
    Use of the Highlander Union Facilities

    The Highlander Union Building (HUB) facilities and grounds may be scheduled by registered student organizations, campus departments, off-campus groups and individuals for non-academic purposes through the Highlander Event Scheduling office on a first-come, first-served basis.  As a Student Center Fee-funded facility, students are given first priority followed by campus departments and then the community in scheduling spaces in the HUB.  It is the responsibility of the event sponsor to ensure that any activity complies with all university regulations and policies, as well as any federal, state and local statutes. The university reserves the right to prohibit any event that may involve potential personal liability, illegal activity, property damage or campus/community disruption.

    Use of all HUB facilities, campus grounds or academic classrooms may be scheduled by contacting the HUB Scheduling office by phone at (951) 827-3215 or email at hubscheduling@ucr.edu.

    Academic Classes
    HUB facilities are not intended to be used for instructional purposes. Academic classes (regular or Extension) may not be scheduled in the HUB without approval of HUB administration and the Highlander Union Board of Governors.

    Appeals
    Requests for exceptions to the HUB event policy are reviewed by the Highlander Union director in consultation with university administration. Appeals of HUB policies or decisions are reviewed by Highlander Union Board of Governors. Appeals of Highlander Union Board of Governors' decisions are reviewed by the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs or their designee.

    Conditions and Restrictions
    Doors and hallways may not be blocked with chairs or other equipment. The use of candles, heating devices or flammable materials is prohibited unless approved in advance by the Campus Fire Marshal. Smoking is prohibited in all university facilities, including HUB exterior patios and balconies. Food may not be prepared or cooked in HUB meeting rooms or lounges.

    HUB lounges are public spaces and are not available for reservation. The couch space outside of HUB 302 South may be utilized for pre-event purposes when HUB 302 is reserved. 

    Custodial Services
    HUB Event Scheduling will determine if an event will require additional custodial services to be provided and paid for by the event sponsor. Clean-up of trash, decorations, etc., is the responsibility of the user. If it is determined by HUB administration that a facility, the furnishings or surrounding area has been defaced or broken, a clean-up/repair and replacement charge will be assessed to the event sponsor.

    Decorating
    Event sponsors must coordinate decorating with the HUB event staff in advance. Tape, tacks, nails, etc., are not allowed on any glass or painted surface in any of the HUB facilities. Paint, permanent markers, glitter, sand, dirt or any items not easily cleaned are prohibited. Any adhering of decorations to surfaces must be done with blue painters tape.

    Parking and Vehicles
    HUB equipment deliveries and pick ups may only be accessed by the north service road. Vehicular traffic is only permitted as far as the pedestrian bridge. Vehicles are not permitted in the Highlander Plaza and may not access the plaza from the western (Costo Hall) entrance. Vehicles may not park in any HUB location. All vehicles must be moved once loading is completed and parked in designated parking lot. All Transportation & Parking Services (TAPS) policies apply. Depending on the time of day of deliveries, a TAPS escort may be required.

    Priority
    Students receive priority when scheduling space in the HUB followed by campus departments and the public at large. Registered student organizations may schedule events any time during the academic year. Registered student organizations that have re-registered with Student Life may book events beginning the first day of Spring Break for the upcoming Fall Quarter. On July 1 Registered Student Organizations can reserve for the rest of the academic year. Departments may schedule events at the beginning of the prior quarter. Events scheduled by off-campus groups are subject to availability.

    Rates
    Room rental rates are determined by the Highlander Union Board of Governors and reviewed annually. Room rental rates are waived for registered student organizations and departments under the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs for programs intended primarily for a student audience, however, other fees may apply.  Campus departments and off-campus groups are responsible for room rental and other applicable charges.

    Large events that utilize multiple spaces in the HUB may be required to pay a deposit equal to 25 percent of the room rental which becomes nonrefundable 30 business days prior to the event.

    Any university event organizers that cancel an event five business days before the event date will be charged a flat rate of 1 hour at the department rate. Any university event organizers that cancel an event 3 days before the event date will be charged full hourly rate at the external client rate. Off-campus organizers will be charged the full room rental.

    Any university event organizers that no show (considered no show 15 minutes past event start time) for their scheduled event will be charged as follows. 

    Registered student organizations- 1st occurrence will result in a written warning and charged a flat fee of one hour at departmental rate. 2nd occurrence will result in being charged a flat fee of two hours at the departmental rate. 3rd occurrence will result in suspension of reserving privileges for one quarter. 

    Departments- 1st occurrence will result in a written warning and charged a flat fee of one hour at the departmental rate. 2nd occurrence and beyond will result in being charged a flat fee of two hours. 

    Stewards
    HUB events staff presence is required for events scheduled in the HUB if the function is scheduled for any time other than the regular hours of operation. The number of staff required may vary depending on the nature of the event scheduled. Cost of additional staff if necessary is borne by the event sponsors.

  • Use of the Recreation Facilities

    The Student Recreation Center (SRC) facilities and grounds, including the Lake House at Big Bear, is managed directly by Recreation. For more information, visit the Recreation facilities webpage.

  • Use of the Housing, Dining & Residential Services Buildings, Rooms and Grounds

    For more information, please visit the Conferences, Events & Catering Services office at hospitality.ucr.edu .

Campus Policies on Posting

University Posting Policy

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Student Affairs Posting Policy

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HUB Posting Policy

> Download the HUB Posting Policy PDF

HUB Display Case Reservation Policy

> Download the HUB Display Case Reservation Policy