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Revelle Residence Life: Event/Room

Reservation Guidelines

The Revelle Residence Life Office has four spaces available for meetings, programs, speaker engagements, open forums, performances, and receptions:

  • Conference Room A (Seating Capacity 21)
  • Conference Room B (Seating Capacity 19)
  • Conference Room C (Seating Capacity 36)
  • Revelle Formal Lounge (Seating Capacity 39)
  • Christine Norris Conference Room (Seating Capacity 18)

All of these facilities are wheelchair accessible.

Reservations can be made for 9:00am - 9:00pm Monday through Friday. Reservations for Saturday and Sunday may be made for 12:00pm - 9:00pm. Reservations, outside of these times, can be made by special exception.

Online Reservation Form

Affiliate Reservation Form [PDF]

Non-Affiliate Reservation Form [PDF]

If you choose to fill out the PDF form, please email it as an attachment to revreslife@ucsd.edu or bring the form to Revelle Residence Life Office located on the first floor of Blake Hall.

Affiliates/Non-Affiliates

Because the residents of the Revelle College Residence Halls pay for the use and maintenance of its common facilities, priority will be given to registered organizations from Revelle College.

The following entities are considered Revelle College "affiliates," and will not be charged and have priorities for the use of Revelle Residence Life facilities:

  • Revelle Res Life, including its Resident Assistant;
  • Revelle College Administration (Academic Advising, Provost, Student Affairs)
  • Officially registered Revelle College organizations, including Revelle College Council.
  • Emerging Leaders Program
  • Housing, Dinning and Hospitality
  • Counseling and Psychological Services

All other groups are considered "non-affiliates," and will be charged $35.00 (1-4 hours) or $50.00 (more than 4 hours) per event per day. Additional charges may apply for any group for damages and/or if extra clean-up is required. Please see "Facility Usage Policies" for complete details.


Scheduling/Reservation Agreements

UCSD student organizations, staff, faculty, departments, and affiliates may schedule use of the Revelle Residence Life facilities by contacting our office.

You can call or stop by to see if space is available during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8AM-4:30PM). All reservations are tentative until an event/room reservation form is filled out completely, turned in, and confirmed. Also, note that Revelle Residence Life reserves the right to make modifications to your reservation, including time and room, for Revelle Residence Life programming purposes.

Keys to access the conference rooms are available in the Revelle College Center (Blake Hall, 1st floor, North West corner) and may be picked up 15 minutes prior to the reservation. During weekends, keys may be picked up the night preceding the reservation between the hours of 8PM and 9PM (for special exceptions only).

The following are guidelines for scheduling reservations:

Affiliate:

  • Fall quarter reservations may be made September 1st through finals week of fall quarter.
  • Winter Quarter reservations may be made December 1st through finals week of winter quarter.
  • Spring Quarter reservations may be made March 1st through finals week of spring quarter.
  • We do not accept summer resrvations as our conference rooms are turned over to Conference Services.
  • Reservations must be made at least 24 hours prior to the event.
  • At least 24-hour notice is required for cancellation of a reservation.
  • For all guidelines, please see "Facility Usage Policies."

Non-Affiliate:

  • Reservations can be made starting Monday, week 2, of every quarter.
  • Conference Rooms A, B, C cannot be reserved past 4PM.
  • Formal Lounge cannot be reserved past 6PM.
  • Reservations must be made at least 24 hours prior to the event.
  • At least 24-hour notice is required for cancellation of a reservation.
  • For all guidelines, please see "Facility Usage Policies."

Failure to meet these guidelines may result in revoked privileges to reserve space with Revelle Residence Life.


Facility Usage Policies

All reservations are tentative until an Event/Room Reservation form is submitted and confirmed by Revelle College Residential Life. Also, note that Revelle Residence Life reserves the right to make modifications to your reservation, including time and room, for Revelle Residence Life programming purposes.

Use of Revelle Residence Life facilities requires adherence to all University and Revelle Residence Life Policies, including the policies on alcohol, candles, noise and smoking. For a copy of the Residential Life Policies, please visit the Revelle Residence Life website.

Users are responsible for their own set-up and take down. Return the facility to its original arrangement and condition. Move tables and stack chairs in their previous arrangements.

The custodial staff will only clean empty trash cans, and vacuum the carpet from Monday to Friday. They do not pick up trash on the tables, chairs, floors, etc. Please put wet/food items in the outside trashcans, located outside the conference rooms.

Events (including setup) may start no earlier than 9AM. Noise levels from events must end by 9PM. A reasonable noise level must be maintained at all times.

Keys

Keys to access the conference rooms may be obtained 15 minutes prior to the reservation from the Revelle Residence Life Office, College Center, Monday-Friday 8:30AM-9PM and Saturday-Sunday 12PM-9PM. During weekends, keys may be picked up the night preceding the reservation between the hours of 8PM and 9PM (for special exceptions only).

Should an emergency situation arise during an event, call (858) 534-HELP. You may also call the Resident Assistant on Duty: (858) 534-4545.

Groups reserving space are responsible for the behavior of their guests and members. It is understood that the organization promises and agrees to abide by University, as well as Revelle College Residential Life, rules and regulations.

Cost for the facility covers the use of the room only. Additional charges may be applied for cleaning and/or damages.

Security problems will be brought to the immediate attention of the Resident Dean and/or Assistant Resident Deans. If in their assessment they deem personal and/or property threatened, they reserve the right to terminate the event.