Event Planning

Spring Quarter Guidelines

Rooms can be reserved for club meetings/events from Monday to Thursdays from 9am to 4pm.

  • No cooking food, but you can serve food to others if it’s wrapped or in a container.

 

Make your event the next big thing.

Club events do not just appear out of thin air. They take time, collaboration, and diligent planning to pull off. Whether it's the supplies, day of, or wrap up, each part requires a team effort. One of SORC's primary functions is to make this process easier. SORC members are ready and willing assistants to support the creation of club events.

Reserve a Room or Table for your Event

One of the first steps of planning an event is securing a location. A room or tabling request can be made many months in advance. Even if it is a tentative time, take a moment to submit a Room or Tabling Reservation Request now!

  • Room Reservations for events must be made at least 2 weeks in advance. 
  • Room Reservations for meetings must be made at least 1 week in advance.
  • If you want to reserve a room in the Mitchell Activity Center (MAC), please visit their front desk or email Jared Blitz at Jared.Blitz@seattlecolleges.edu.

Hold a Special Event

Part of what makes an amazing campus experience are the different events that are held across the college. Whether they are sponsored by departments, clubs, or organizations they all contribute to a special event.

Steps

Envision Your Event

  • Who’s your audience?
  • Why are you holding this event? What would it look like if successful?
  • How are you going to make it happen?

 

Locations 

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Club Room

Room Capacity: 20 people max 

Resources Provided: TV that's connected to a computer, HDMI if you want to connect your own laptop (Windows/Linux only), arts and crafts supplies, college computers, storage lockers

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Conference Room

Room Capacity: 15 people max 

Resources Provided: Microsoft Surface with separate computer, Meeting Owl (On demand)

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Event Room (MAC 210)

Room Capacity: Max 30 people. 

Resources Provided: Projector, microphone.

Notes: Please visit the MAC or email Jared Blitz at Jared.Blitz@seattlecolleges.edu to reserve this room

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Pool/Game Room

Room Capacity: Max 30 people. 

Resources Provided: Pool table, Ping Pong table.

Notes: Food is not allowed in this area. Please visit the MAC or email Jared Blitz at Jared.Blitz@seattlecolleges.edu to reserve this room.

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Basketball Court

Room Capacity: Max 100 people. 

Resources Provided: Room dividers, Upstairs track area.

Notes: Food is not allowed in this area. Please visit the MAC or email Jared Blitz at Jared.Blitz@seattlecolleges.edu to reserve this room.

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Stretch Room

Room Capacity: Max 30 people. 

Resources Provided: Room Dividers, Wall Mirrors

Notes: Food is not allowed in this area. Please visit the MAC or email Jared Blitz at Jared.Blitz@seattlecolleges.edu to reserve this room.

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South Lawn

Room Capacity: Can have around 50 upwards. Must leave enough space for people to walk through sidewalks and to building entrances

Resources Provided: Picnic Blankets (Rental)

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Event Room (BE1110/1111)

Room Capacity: Max 50 people. 

Resources Provided: Projector, microphone, room dividers, storage.

Notes: This room is very competitive. Please reserve in as advance as possible. Event materials can be stored overnight if the room is available the day before your event. 

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Cafeteria (BE Atrium)

Room Capacity: Max 50 people. There must be space on the sides of the area for students to pass through.

Resources Provided: Can move tables/chairs to accomodate your needs for the event.

Notes: When making a reservation for this area, let us know how many rows/columns you need. 

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Hallway Tabling

Notes: There are many hallway locations to table at (Near the cafeteria, next to the library/Buzz, etc.).