Reservation requests must meet the Space Reservation Policy (see below). Requests that do not meet policies and procedure specifications will be handled on a case-by-case basis but are generally not approved. Form submissions will be directed to the appropriate Area Administrative Supervisor.
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The mission of the Residential Life department at the University of Missouri is to promote student learning and success by providing the conditions that motivate and inspire students to devote more time and energy to educationally purposeful activities. This will be achieved through the promotion and development of cohesive living and learning communities which emphasize active student involvement, inclusion, service and appreciation of the diversity of MU. These experiences will occur in a safe and secure environment and through effective delivery of services.
Residential Life recognizes the importance of providing available common space to residents, Residential Life staff and residence hall student organizations (for example, RHA, NRHH and house governments). These individuals/groups have priority in using such space within the residence halls. Such activities should be related to Residential Life’s mission and goals. The following policies are applicable to the academic year; requests for reserving space during the summer must be approved by Residential Life’s Assistant Director for Building Services and Camps and Conferences.
The use of University facilities should not imply an endorsement of any individual, group or organization. The names of the University and Residential Life shall not be identified in any way with the aims, policies, programs, products or opinions of any individual, group or organizations, which may meet in University buildings or on University grounds in accordance with these regulations.
All individuals/organizations using a Residential Life space must adhere to the following policies. Exceptions to these policies must be approved by Residential Life’s Associate Director for Residential Academic Programs.
If we’re not able to grant a request, you may be able to request a space elsewhere on campus. See below for links to other reservable spaces on campus:
University departments may request to reserve Residential Life spaces only for academic/educational programs or activities to be presented for residents.