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Room Reservations for GNS Special Events
GNS Room Reservations
For classroom change requests see “Classroom Change Requests for GNS Courses.”
To reserve a room for a special event (guest lecturer, meeting, alternative exam time, and similar events), you may submit a request with Mark Mears. Please include in your request as much detail as you can:
- beginning and ending time
- size (seat count)
- configuration (small with movable chairs, lecture hall, or seminar seating)
- amenities (projection, etc.)
- and which locations you would prefer or will accept
Note Van Hise may not be available with all of these specifications. You should clearly state how important getting a Van Hise room is and whether you are willing to trade off an amenity (such as projection) for a Van Hise room.
For some rooms, you can submit request directly, if you wish:
GNS Controlled RoomsFor small program events and meetings, GNS controlled rooms can be reserved.
Van Hise 1312 Madsen Room – Not available 10:00am - 3:00pm. To reserve go to: https://gns.wisc.edu/room-reservations/ or contact Thor Rothering.
L&S Learning and Support Services roomsL&S Learning and Support Services’ controls a dozen rooms in Van Hise: 250, 274, 286, 290, 294, 951, 1051, 1251, 1334, 1351, & 1418. These include conference and seminar rooms (without projection), computer labs, active learning classrooms, and videoconferencing labs. Some of these rooms can be used as “movie rooms” for showing videos. Rooms can be reserved via the LSS website.
VIP and Larger Events
For larger and more prestigious events, you may wish to consider reserving other UW event spaces. Faculty, graduate students, and staff can usually reserve these rooms for departmental or UW organization events. However, many of these locations have usage and amenities fees, and you should seek the appropriate approval before incurring such fees.
Memorial Union and Union South
Pyle Center Conference Center and Lowell Center
Nancy Nicholas Hall (School of Human Ecology)
School of Education (including the Wisconsin Idea Room)