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Room Reservations

The Anderson Academic Commons offers a variety of dynamic meeting spaces, including 32 group study rooms, six seminar rooms, and a large events room. Below you’ll find descriptions of our event and meeting locations, as well as room reservation policies and procedures. To find room locations in the Anderson Academic Commons, take a look at the AAC map.

Note: The seminar and event rooms require library approval prior to booking. Room reservation and technology fees may apply. See below for details.


NOTICE OF SCHEDULER VACANCY

University Libraries is currently processing room reservation requests without the assistance of a designated scheduling coordinator. During the vacancy period, requests will be processed by several different individuals in the library. Please be patient, as responses to requests may be delayed.

In the interim, if you have any questions about reserving a room in the Anderson Academic Commons, contact:

University Libraries, Dean's Office
Anderson Academic Commons, Room 370
Phone: 303-871-2007

Group Study Rooms

Capacity: Varies from 2-12
Reserve

Description & Photo
Group Study Room

Group study rooms are available in small and large sizes. Most have a table with chairs, although a few have soft seating with a coffee table. Room 166 is designed for family group study, as it contains toys and small furniture for children.

Most group study rooms have a white board, as well as a flat screen that can be connected to a smart phone, tablet or computer.

Some of the group study rooms are named after library donors. To discover the locations of these unique rooms, view the group study room map.

Policy

Group study Rooms are intended to support academic work by University of Denver students, staff and faculty working on group projects, studying together, or conducting meetings. Priority use of the rooms will be given to students using them for group study. They are not intended for use as individual study carrels or as general-purpose classrooms.

Due to the popularity of these rooms, the University Libraries has established these policies for their use:

  • Rooms can only be reserved by groups of current University of Denver students, staff, and faculty.
  • Rooms can be reserved for up to 4 hours at a time.
  • Rooms are meant to be shared by as many student groups as possible. Reoccurring reservations by a group are not allowed and will be cancelled by library staff if rooms are in high demand.
  • If after 15 minutes a group fails to appear, the reservation can be cancelled by library staff and the room can be scheduled for another group.
  • For the security of all library visitors, windows in the study rooms may not be blocked.
  • Groups must leave study rooms in a clean condition.

Failure to comply with these policies may result in loss of study room privileges.
For questions about study rooms and/or to check out equipment, please visit the Lending Services Desk at the Anderson Academic Commons.

How to Reserve

There are two ways to reserve a group study room:

  1. Use the Group Study Room Reservation Form. You will need to log in with your DU ID and password. For a step-by-step guide on using the Group Study Room Reservation Form, view these instructions.
  2. Reserve a room in person by following the directions posted outside each group study room.

Special Events Room

Capacity: 200
Room Number: 290
Approval Required
Room and Technology Fees Apply
Reserve

Description & Photo
Special Events Room

The Special Events Room is a 3,028 square foot room that is acoustically controlled and walled with glass. A small balcony, accessible only from the Special Events Room, faces west. The Special Events Room has a privacy curtain that closes along the interior glass wall, separating the room from the atrium. A caterer’s service kitchen is also available. The room seats about 130 guests at round tables, or 200 in lecture style.

The Special Events Room is also equipped with state-of-the-art, high definition technology, including video presentation and capture technology. The room has floor-to-ceiling display screens along the west wall of windows, as well as three flat panels that are mounted throughout the room.

These features give the Special Events Room the flexibility to support an array of events, such as catered events and receptions, art exhibitions, and interactive programs and lectures. When events are not taking place, the Special Events Room is used as a centrally located study area.

Policy

Eligibility

The following groups are eligible to reserve the Anderson Academic Commons Special Events Room:

  • Organizations or units that are part of the University
  • Organizations or groups affiliated with the University
  • Other organizations, especially non-profit organizations, whose primary mission and intended event or meeting is instructional or research-related and which may contribute to or enhance the academic or cultural life of the campus

For events, such as academic conferences, that require the use of multiple rooms in addition to the Special Events Room and/or cover multiple days, requestors must make arrangements through Conference and Event Services.

Likewise, external groups not affiliated with the University of Denver must make arrangements through Conference and Event Services.

The Special Events Room may not be used for regularly scheduled classes. No reoccurring meetings are allowed. Requests for events that take place during or near final exam weeks will only be approved under special circumstances. Events must occur during library operating hours.

Room reservation is subject to approval. Room reservation and technology fees apply.

Food & Drink

DU Flavours by Sodexo provides all catering services for the Anderson Academic Commons. Use of external caterers may be allowed if catering costs are less than $400, or if there are acceptable reasons to choose another vendor, such as to allow for a Kosher reception. In all cases, it is the responsibility of the reserving group to make arrangements with the catering vendor.

Reserving groups are welcome to use the catering galley, but are responsible for cleaning up the space after use.

Alcoholic beverages may be permitted, but must follow University guidelines.  If you plan to provide alcoholic beverages at your event, please read the full University policy, and make note of these important highlights pertaining to the serving of alcohol in the Anderson Academic Commons:

  • Events cannot be open to the public. This means you must have a guest list and/or name tags that identify attendees of the event.
  • Access to the Special Events Room must be regulated to ensure that alcoholic beverages are not carried out of the room.
  • The majority of the guests at the event must be over 21 years of age.
  • Alcohol must be served by a licensed bartender at any event with 25 or more guests.
  • Events with an expected head count of 50 or more guests are required to submit an online Event Registration Form.
  • Events with an expected head count of 100 or more guests will be expected to have at least one Campus Safety officer present for the duration of the event.
  • Non-alcohol beverages and snacks are required as an addition to the alcoholic beverages that are served.
  • Alcohol must be stored in a locked location before and after the event.

Technology

Technology fees apply whenever the technology in the room is utilized. All technology use will be mediated by a staff technician. If requested, a technician may stay for the duration of the event for an additional hourly charge. See the pricing section below for more information about typically requested technology.

The Anderson Academic Commons has a variety of installed digital signage displays that can announce your event. University Media Services can design an event information page for your event, or they can display a pre-approved event announcement at no charge. If you would like a pre-approved event announcement displayed, it should be submitted to the department at least 72 hours prior to the event.

Additionally, University Media Services offers full service video production and live streaming capabilities, including assistance with pre-production planning, day-of coordination, and post-production editing.

If you have any questions about these technological options, or wish to set up a walkthrough to view the Special Events Room, please contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

Room Layout

Popular room layouts include:

  • Lecture: Up to 200 chairs in rows, facing the podium.
  • Banquet: 5’ round tables scattered throughout the room. This arrangement can accommodate 126 guests (7 per table), although 108 guests (6 per table) is preferable.
  • Boardroom/Seminar: A “U”-shape formation on one half of the room, facing the podium, with seating for up to 39. Additional seating can be provided for guests, facing the boardroom formation.
  • Classroom: Tables and chairs in rows, facing the podium, with seating for up to 72.

Supplemental furniture may be brought in by an outside vendor, with special permission.

Parking

Parking arrangements should be made with Parking Services. The library is not responsible for parking tickets that may be issued.

Safety

Due to fire code regulations, the number of guests attending the event must not exceed the capacity of the room. In addition, aisles leading to exit doors must not be obstructed.

Pricing

Note: The prices below apply to internal events only. Groups unaffiliated with the University should contact Conference and Event Services to obtain pricing information.

Room Reservation Fees

  • Room Rental Fee: $50 for 2 hours, $20 each additional hour ($150 maximum)
  • Student Room Rental Fee: $25 for 2 hours, $10 each additional hour ($75 maximum)

Technology Fees

  • Special Events Room Standard Package: $300 (Includes 3 or more displays, voice amplification, and setup)
  • Technician Set-up Fee (Required when technology is utilized): $25
  • Technician to stay at event: $35/hr ($150 maximum)
  • High Definition Digital Overhead Projector: $35/hr/projector
  • Installed Flat Panel Displays: $25/hr
  • Portable Flat Panel Displays: $50/hr
  • Voice Amplification: $25 (Includes first two microphones; additional microphones are available at market rental rates)
  • Video Teleconferencing: $35/hr (Requires test calls and compatibility check at least one week prior, included in price)
  • Event Information on Digital Signs: $25/hr content design
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/VHS Player: FREE
  • Region Free Player: FREE

Late/Cancellation Fees

All room reservation and A/V requests should be made at least 7 calendar days prior to the event. Any requests made within this 7 day period may not be accommodated, and if accommodated, will be charged a 50% late fee.

To obtain a cost estimate, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

How to Reserve

Place your room reservation request through 25Live. You will need to log in with your DU ID and password. For more information on using 25Live, view these instructions. Should you encounter difficulty with the reservation process, please contact the Scheduling Coordinator.

Submitting a request in 25Live does not mean your reservation is automatically confirmed. You will receive a follow-up email in response to your request, which may request additional information. Your prompt response to that email will help speed along the confirmation process and will prevent conflict with other groups wanting to use the space for the same date and time.

In your room reservation request, please be sure to describe your needs and plans, especially as they relate to room setup, technology, and catering.

After your reservation has been confirmed, you will need to submit the A/V Request Form. This form will allow you to communicate your needs for A/V technology and/or room setup. Should you have any questions about the form, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060. University Media Services can also provide you with a cost estimate for your event.

Reservation Timeline

Room reservation requests can be placed up to six months in advance. It is recommended that requests are placed at least two months in advance, but requests can be placed up to ten days prior to the event date. Late requests are not guaranteed, and additional fees may apply.

Cancellation

Cancellations must be received at least three business days prior to the event. Late notification will incur a cancellation fee. Cancellation fees may be waived if weather conditions or other emergencies cause the cancellation. University Libraries may deny future requests for room reservations, especially in the case of multiple cancellations. Your group is responsible for cancelling any other non-library services that it may have arranged, such as catering or furniture rentals.

THE LOFT

Capacity: 30
Room Number: 340
Approval Required
Room and Technology Fees Apply
Reserve

Description & Photo
The Loft

The Loft is a dramatic, light-filled and glass-walled classroom that hangs in the atrium on the upper level. With eight wall-mounted flat panel displays, this room offers advanced teaching with technology capabilities. The tables and chairs in the Loft can be arranged to accommodate classes, meetings, and lectures.

Policy

Eligibility

The Loft is primarily used for library research instruction and workshops. Note that the librarian-led class schedule is heaviest on weekdays during the first seven weeks of each quarter. 

When not utilized for instruction, the room may be reserved by current University of Denver students, faculty and staff. Room reservation is subject to approval. Room reservation and technology fees apply.

When not reserved for classroom instruction or events, the room is available on a walk-in basis.

External groups not affiliated with the University of Denver must make arrangements through Conference and Event Services.

No recurring meetings are allowed. Events must occur during library operating hours.

Food & Drink

DU Flavours by Sodexo provides all catering services for the Anderson Academic Commons. Use of external caterers may be allowed if catering costs are less than $400, or if there are acceptable reasons to choose another vendor, such as to allow for a Kosher reception. In all cases, it is the responsibility of the reserving group to make arrangements with the catering vendor. Groups must ensure the room is cleaned up after usage.

NOTE: No alcoholic beverages or plated meals are allowed in the Loft.

Technology

Technology fees apply whenever the technology in the room is utilized. All technology use will be mediated by a staff technician. If requested, a technician may stay for the duration of the event for an additional hourly charge. See the pricing section below for more information about typically requested technology.

The Anderson Academic Commons has a variety of installed digital signage displays that can announce your event. University Media Services can design an event information page for your event, or they can display a pre-approved event announcement at no charge. If you would like a pre-approved event announcement displayed, it should be submitted to the department at least 72 hours prior to the event.

Additionally, University Media Services offers full service video production and live streaming capabilities, including assistance with pre-production planning, day-of coordination, and post-production editing.

If you have any questions about these technological options, or wish to set up a walkthrough to view the Loft, please contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

Room Layout

The Loft has three room layouts, described below. Each layout can seat 30 people comfortably at the tables. However, additional chairs can be placed on the edge of the room to allow for a total of 40 guests.

  • Boardroom/Seminar (default): A square formation, to allow guests to face one another.
  • Classroom: Tables and chairs in rows, facing the corner podium.
  • Moveable Tables and Chairs: Tables and chairs scattered throughout the room—a good choice for separate group work.

Parking

Parking arrangements should be made with Parking Services. The library is not responsible for parking tickets that may be issued.

Safety

Due to fire code regulations, the number of guests attending the event must not exceed the capacity of the room. In addition, aisles leading to exit doors must not be obstructed.

Pricing

Note: The prices below apply to internal events only. Groups unaffiliated with the University should contact Conference and Event Services to obtain pricing information.

Room Reservation Fees

  • Room Rental Fee: 1-4 hours $50, additional 1-4 hours $50 ($150 maximum)
  • Student Room Rental Fee: 1-4 hours $25, additional 1-4 hours $25 ($75 maximum)

Technology Fees

  • Technician Set-up Fee (Required when technology is utilized): $25
  • Technician to stay at event: $35/hr ($150 maximum)
  • Video Walls: $50
  • Portable Flat Panel Displays: $50/hr
  • Event Information on Digital Signs: $25/hr content design
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/VHS Player: FREE
  • Region Free Player: FREE

Late/Cancellation Fees

All room reservation and A/V requests should be made at least 7 calendar days prior to the event. Any requests made within this 7 day period may not be accommodated, and if accommodated, will be charged a 50% late fee.

To obtain a cost estimate, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

How to Reserve

Place your room reservation request through 25Live. You will need to log in with your DU ID and password. For more information on using 25Live, view these instructions. Should you encounter difficulty with the reservation process, please contact the Scheduling Coordinator.

Submitting a request in 25Live does not mean your reservation is automatically confirmed. You will receive a follow-up email in response to your request, which may request additional information. Your prompt response to that email will help speed along the confirmation process and will prevent conflict with other groups wanting to use the space for the same date and time.

In your room reservation request, please be sure to describe your needs and plans, especially as they relate to room setup, technology, and catering.

After your reservation has been confirmed, you will need to submit the A/V Request Form. This form will allow you to communicate your needs for A/V technology and/or room setup. Should you have any questions about the form, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060. University Media Services can also provide you with a cost estimate for your event.

Reservation Timeline

Requests can be placed up to ten days prior to the event date. Late requests are not guaranteed, and additional fees may apply.

Cancellation

Cancellations must be received at least three business days prior to the event. Late notification will incur a cancellation fee. Cancellation fees may be waived if weather conditions or other emergencies cause the cancellation. University Libraries may deny future requests for room reservations, especially in the case of multiple cancellations. Your group is responsible for cancelling any other non-library services that it may have arranged, such as catering or furniture rentals.

HEROLD RESEARCH INSTRUCTION ROOM

Capacity: 32
Room Number: 275
Approval Required
Room and Technology Fees Apply
Reserve

Description & Photo
Herold Research Instruction Room

The Herold Research Instruction Room is the dedicated computer lab for University Libraries. This room is equipped with 32 PC computer workstations, a large screen and projector, as well as a wall-mounted white board.

Policy

The Herold Research Instruction Room is primarily used for library research instruction and workshops. Note that the librarian-led class schedule is heaviest on weekdays during the first seven weeks of each quarter.

When not utilized for instruction, the room may be reserved by current University of Denver students, faculty and staff. Room reservation is subject to approval. Room reservation and technology fees apply.

External groups not affiliated with the University of Denver must make arrangements through Conference and Event Services.

No recurring meetings are allowed. Events must occur during library operating hours.

No food or drink is allowed in this room. Groups must clean up the space after usage.

Technology fees apply whenever the technology in the room is utilized. See the pricing section below for information about typically requested technology. If you have any questions about the technology in the Herold Research Instruction Room, please contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

Pricing

Note: The prices below apply to internal events only. Groups unaffiliated with the University should contact Conference and Event Services to obtain pricing information.

Room Reservation Fees

  • Room Rental Fee: 1-4 hours $50, additional 1-4 hours $50 ($150 maximum)
  • Student Room Rental Fee: 1-4 hours $25, additional 1-4 hours $25 ($75 maximum)

Technology Fees

  • Technician Set-up Fee (Required when technology is utilized): $25
  • Technician to stay at event: $35/hr ($150 maximum)
  • High Definition Digital Overhead Projector: $35/hr/projector
  • Portable Flat Panel Displays: $50/hr
  • Event Information on Digital Signs: $25/hr content design
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/VHS Player: FREE
  • Region Free Player: FREE

Late/Cancellation Fees

All room reservation and A/V requests should be made at least 7 calendar days prior to the event. Any requests made within this 7 day period may not be accommodated, and if accommodated, will be charged a 50% late fee.

To obtain a cost estimate, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

How to Reserve

Place your room reservation request through 25Live. You will need to log in with your DU ID and password. For more information on using 25Live, view these instructions. Should you encounter difficulty with the reservation process, please contact the Scheduling Coordinator.

Submitting a request in 25Live does not mean your reservation is automatically confirmed. You will receive a follow-up email in response to your request, which may request additional information. Your prompt response to that email will help speed along the confirmation process and will prevent conflict with other groups wanting to use the space for the same date and time.

After your reservation has been confirmed, you will need to submit the A/V Request Form. This form will allow you to communicate your needs for A/V technology and/or room setup. Should you have any questions about the form, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060. University Media Services can also provide you with a cost estimate for your event.

Reservation Timeline

Requests can be placed up to ten days prior to the event date. Late requests are not guaranteed, and additional fees may apply.

Cancellation

Cancellations must be received at least three business days prior to the event. Late notification will incur a cancellation fee. Cancellation fees may be waived if weather conditions or other emergencies cause the cancellation. University Libraries may deny future requests for room reservations, especially in the case of multiple cancellations. Your group is responsible for cancelling any other non-library services that it may have arranged, such as catering or furniture rentals.

CHAN CLASSROOM

Capacity: 30
Room Number: 284
Approval Required
Room and Technology Fees Apply
Reserve

Description & Photo
Chan Classroom

The Chan Classroom is the Writing Program’s designated seminar room. This room is equipped with a large screen and projector, as well as a wall-mounted white board.

Policy

Eligibility

The Chan Classroom is primarily used for Writing Program classes.

When not utilized for classroom instruction, the room may be reserved by current University of Denver students, faculty and staff. Room reservation is subject to approval. Room reservation and technology fees apply.

When not reserved for classroom instruction or events, the room is available on a walk-in basis.

External groups not affiliated with the University of Denver must make arrangements through Conference and Event Services.

No reoccurring meetings are allowed. Events must occur during library operating hours.

Food & Drink

DU Flavours by Sodexo provides all catering services for the Anderson Academic Commons. Use of external caterers may be allowed if catering costs are less than $400, or if there are acceptable reasons to choose another vendor, such as to allow for a Kosher reception. In all cases, it is the responsibility of the reserving group to make arrangements with the catering vendor. Alcoholic beverages may be permitted in the Chan Classroom, but must follow University guidelines that require the use of a bartender. Groups must ensure the room is cleaned up after usage.

NOTE: No alcoholic beverages are allowed in the Chan Classroom.

Technology

Technology fees apply whenever the technology in the room is utilized. See the pricing section below for information about typically requested technology. If you have any questions about the technology in the Chan Classroom, please contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

Pricing

Note: The prices below apply to internal events only. Groups unaffiliated with the University should contact Conference and Event Services to obtain pricing information.

Room Reservation Fees

  • Room Rental Fee: 1-4 hours $50, additional 1-4 hours $50 ($150 maximum)
  • Student Room Rental Fee: 1-4 hours $25, additional 1-4 hours $25 ($75 maximum)

Technology Fees

  • Technician Set-up Fee (Required when technology is utilized): $25
  • Technician to stay at event: $35/hr ($150 maximum)
  • High Definition Digital Overhead Projector: $35/hr/projector
  • Portable Flat Panel Displays: $50/hr
  • Event Information on Digital Signs: $25/hr content design
  • Blu-Ray/DVD/VHS Player: FREE
  • Region Free Player: FREE

Late/Cancellation Fees

All room reservation and A/V requests should be made at least 7 calendar days prior to the event. Any requests made within this 7 day period may not be accommodated, and if accommodated, will be charged a 50% late fee.

To obtain a cost estimate, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

How to Reserve

Place your room reservation request through 25Live. You will need to log in with your DU ID and password. For more information on using 25Live, view these instructions. Should you encounter difficulty with the reservation process, please contact the Scheduling Coordinator.

Submitting a request in 25Live does not mean your reservation is automatically confirmed. You will receive a follow-up email in response to your request, which may request additional information. Your prompt response to that email will help speed along the confirmation process and will prevent conflict with other groups wanting to use the space for the same date and time.

In your room reservation request, please be sure to describe your needs and plans, especially as they relate to technology and catering.

After your reservation has been confirmed, you will need to submit the A/V Request Form. This form will allow you to communicate your needs for A/V technology and/or room setup. Should you have any questions about the form, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060. University Media Services can also provide you with a cost estimate for your event.

Reservation Timeline

Requests can be placed up to ten days prior to the event date. Late requests are not guaranteed, and additional fees may apply.

Cancellation

Cancellations must be received at least three business days prior to the event. Late notification will incur a cancellation fee. Cancellation fees may be waived if weather conditions or other emergencies cause the cancellation. University Libraries may deny future requests for room reservations, especially in the case of multiple cancellations. Your group is responsible for cancelling any other non-library services that it may have arranged, such as catering or furniture rentals.

GOTTESFELD ROOM

Capacity: 16
Room Number: 313
Approval Required
Reserve

Description & Photo
Gottesfeld Room

The Gottesfeld Room features a beautiful display of Artist Books—handmade books that are themselves a work of art. The Gottesfeld Room is outfitted with a large table and chairs, set up for meetings. This room does NOT have technology.

Policy

The Gottesfeld Room is primarily used for library instruction or by students, faculty and staff who are working with the Artist Book Collection. Note that the librarian-led class schedule is heaviest on weekdays during the first seven weeks of each quarter.

When not utilized for instruction, the Gottesfeld Room may be reserved by current University of Denver students, faculty and staff. Room reservation is subject to approval.

When not reserved for instruction or events, the room is available on a walk-in basis.

External groups not affiliated with the University of Denver must make arrangements through Conference and Event Services.

No recurring meetings are allowed. Events must occur during library operating hours.

As priority for this room is for those working with the Artist Book Collection, occupants may be interrupted to accommodate students or scholars needing to access with the Collection.

Typically, no food or drink is allowed in the Gottesfeld Room. However, exceptions are sometimes made, when appropriate. Please communicate any plans to have food or drink when placing your room reservation. No alcoholic beverages or plated meals are allowed in this room.

How to Reserve

Place your room reservation request through 25Live. You will need to log in with your DU ID and password. For more information on using 25Live, view these instructions. Should you encounter difficulty with the reservation process, please contact the Scheduling Coordinator.

Submitting a request in 25Live does not mean your reservation is automatically confirmed. You will receive a follow-up email in response to your request, which may request additional information. Your prompt response to that email will help speed along the confirmation process and will prevent conflict with other groups wanting to use the space for the same date and time.

Requests can be placed up to a week prior to the event date. Late requests are not guaranteed.

SCHAYER SEMINAR ROOM

Capacity: 14
Room Number: 102
Approval Required
Reserve

Description & Photo
Schayer Seminar Room

The Schayer Seminar Room is housed in Special Collections. This room has a large conference table with chairs, set up for meetings or small classes. It is also equipped with a large flat screen.

Policy

The Schayer Room is primarily used for library instruction or by students, faculty and staff who are working with Special Collections materials. Note that the librarian-led class schedule is heaviest on weekdays during the first seven weeks of each quarter.

When not utilized for instruction, the Schayer Room may be reserved by current University of Denver students, faculty and staff. Room reservation is subject to approval.

When not reserved for instruction or events, the room is available on a walk-in basis.

External groups not affiliated with the University of Denver must make arrangements through Conference and Event Services.

No recurring meetings are allowed. Events must occur during library operating hours.

As priority for this room is for those working with Special Collections, occupants may be interrupted to accommodate students or scholars needing to access with the Collection.

Typically, no food or drink is allowed in the Schayer Seminar Room. However, exceptions are sometimes made, when appropriate. Please communicate any plans to have food or drink when placing your room reservation.

If you have any questions about the technology in the Schayer Seminar Room, please contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

How to Reserve

Place your room reservation request through 25Live. You will need to log in with your DU ID and password. For more information on using 25Live, view these instructions. Should you encounter difficulty with the reservation process, please contact the Scheduling Coordinator.

Submitting a request in 25Live does not mean your reservation is automatically confirmed. You will receive a follow-up email in response to your request, which may request additional information. Your prompt response to that email will help speed along the confirmation process and will prevent conflict with other groups wanting to use the space for the same date and time.

Requests can be placed up to a week prior to the event date. Late requests are not guaranteed.

WOHLAUER TELECONFERENCING ROOM

Capacity: 10
Room Number: 325
Approval Required
Reserve

Description & Photo
Wohlauer Teleconferencing Room

The Wohlauer Teleconferencing Room offers a professional, immersive video teleconferencing experience. This room houses two commercial flat panels, six in-ceiling microphones and a wide-angle, high definition VTC camera. It is designed to allow individuals to connect their own technological devices to the room’s in-house features.

Policy

The Wohlauer Teleconferencing Room can be reserved by current University of Denver students, faculty and staff. Room reservation is subject to approval.

A technology consultation is required for groups that are using this room for the first time. This consultation must take place at least one week prior to the event. To arrange a consultation, or to ask a question about the technology in the Wohlauer Teleconferencing Room, please contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060.

No reoccurring meetings are allowed. Events must occur during library operating hours.

How to Reserve

Place your room reservation request through 25Live. You will need to log in with your DU ID and password. For more information on using 25Live, view these instructions. Should you encounter difficulty with the reservation process, please contact the Scheduling Coordinator.

Submitting a request in 25Live does not mean your reservation is automatically confirmed. You will receive a follow-up email in response to your request, which may request additional information. Your prompt response to that email will help speed along the confirmation process and will prevent conflict with other groups wanting to use the space for the same date and time.

After your reservation has been confirmed, you will need to submit the A/V Request Form. This form will allow you to communicate your needs for A/V technology and/or room setup. Should you have any questions about the form, contact University Media Services at aac-avrequest@du.edu or 303-871-6060. University Media Services can also provide you with a cost estimate for your event.

Requests can be placed up to two weeks prior to the event date. Late requests are not guaranteed.