For Harrison College House residents seeking spaces outside their rooms for quiet study, music practice, or small group meetings. Meeting Room LL12, Music Practice Room LL13, Study Room 102, and Study Room 103 are available for such purposes.
The Mezzanine, the Heyer Sky Lounge, and the Rathskellar are not for use by groups or individuals looking for private meeting space. Groups may not use these spaces for their own events or meetings.
Harrison residents wishing to reserve Meeting Room LL12, Music Practice Room LL13, Study Room 102, and Study Room 103 may make requests through the website.
- Rooms may be reserved for up to 2 hours for any individual request. Recurring reservations are not allowed, and groups may not reserve a space more than once a week, without permission of house staff. Please provide your full name or the name of the group requesting the space.
- Priority for use of group space is given to programs created by Harrison staff or groups wishing to partner with Harrison for subsequent events.
- Food and beverages are not allowed in these rooms. These rooms are not reservable for parties, dinners, or other food-centric occasions.
- Rooms must be locked after groups finish using spaces.
Use of M20 or the Heyer Sky Lounge: Harrison is committed to integrating learning in the classroom with experience in our residential community. Harrison seeks to bring diverse voices, ideas, and goals together for the betterment of the Harrison community and the community at large. If those goals align with yours and you have an idea for a program:
- Please contact House Dean Frank Pellicone to discuss ways to develop programs in either Harrison M20 or the Heyer Sky Lounge. Harrison does not "rent out" M20 or the Heyer Sky Lounge. To use M20 or the Heyer Sky Lounge, work with the Harrison staff to develop partnerships and co-sponsored programs.
- Co-sponsorships require: A minimum of 2 weeks notice. 2 weeks notice gives Harrison ample time to publicize events and to make sure that events are properly staff.
- Meeting with Harrison staff and members of the group proposing sponsorship (when possible, the proposals should come from a Harrison resident.)
- The event should not take place during reading periods or final exams.
- The event should be intended for the entire Harrison population. It is not simply enough to say that all people may enter the space. Residents should be welcome to engage fully in events planned in those spaces.