Officers of ISOs and SSOs in good standing may reserve rooms in various on-campus venues. These reservation privileges are non-transferable. Therefore, non-Harvard organizations and individuals may not hold events on campus by using a student organization as a vehicle to stage an event on campus property or to reserve a campus room for a function (i.e. running a workshop about the organization or product, or hosting an event aimed exclusively at recruitment).
See below for more information about specific on-campus venues available to student organizations and off-campus event locations commonly used by student groups.
FAS classrooms and the SOCH
FAS Classrooms (e.g. Yard, Science Center, Holden, et al.) and the SOCH are requested through FAS RoomBook. Select the “Room Reservations” form under the Reservations menu. Only students listed as officers in theHub can make room reservation requests on behalf of a student organization. Please note that changes to officer listings in theHub are reflected in EMS the following day starting at 9:00am.
House spaces are booked by the respective House. See below for House-specific information.
|Mather House||Quincy House|
Outdoor spaces available for events (MAC Quad, Plaza, the Quad, et al.) are requested through FAS RoomBook. Select the “Outdoor Spaces” form under the Reservations Menu. Only students listed as officers in theHub can make room reservation requests on behalf of a student organization. Please note that changes to officer listings in theHub are reflected in EMS the following day starting at 9:00am.
Paine Hall is scheduled by the Department of Music. View more information about reserving Paine Hall.
Cambridge Queen's Head
Harvard affiliates are given priority when reserving the Cambridge Queen's Head pub. Student organizations should place their request using the online request form.
If student organizations have additional questions, they should contact email@example.com.
All athletic facility requests should go through Department of Athletics online system. After the request has been placed, the events office will contact the requesting organization indicating whether the request has been approved or denied. Student groups are advised that the athletic facilities tend to be booked up very far in advance. It is important to place these requests as soon as possible with as many alternative dates and locations as possible.
Below is a list of off-campus venues that have been used in the past by student organizations. Inclusion in this list does not imply endorsement by the OSL or Harvard University.