Maintenance and Safety
It is imperative that all space users assume the necessary
responsibility to insure the safety and security of event
attendees and the appropriate use of campus facilities.
- Taping, gluing, nailing,
tacking or stapling items to the walls is not permitted in
- Decorations that will cause
excessive clean-up (glitter, rice, birdseed, etc.) can
not be used inside campus buildings.
- Internal space users are
responsible for cleaning up immediately after the
event. Food scraps and other perishables are not to
be left overnight or on weekends. If Custodial
Services must clean up after a student event, the student
organization will be billed for services.
- Prior to an event, internal
users should report facility or equipment damages to the
Office of Public Events, Campus Police, Facilities
Management or the Space Use Manager so as not to be held
- Damages occurring during an
event should be reported within 24 hours of the event to
the Office of Public Events, Campus Police, Facilities
Management or the Space Use Manager.
- Furniture in McBryde Hall and the Tuttle Dining Room should
not be moved from the facility for any reason.
- Only heavy duty, grounded
extension cords are permitted in campus buildings. All
extension cords and equipment wiring must be covered to
prevent trips and falls.
- Burning candles are not
permitted in campus buildings except in McBryde Hall, the
Tuttle Dining Room and the Shack. Burning candles used
in these spaces must be in hurricane globes or votive holders.
- Smoking is not permitted in
- Fireworks, including sparklers,
are not permitted in campus buildings.
- Space users must insure that all
marked or unmarked exits are clearly accessible during events
and not blocked by furniture or decorations.