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Event Scheduling

The Wood Center Scheduling Office schedules events in Wood Center and most other facilities on campus (for non-academic use). Whether you are coordinating a week-long conference or arranging a one-time meeting, the Scheduling Office can help you make your event a success. All room reservation requests must be made in writing.

The Facilities Request form can be accessed via the link below and faxed to 474-5508, or picked up and dropped off at the Wood Center Scheduling Office. Request emailed to uaf-event-schedule@alaska.edu will still be accepted until January 1st, 2012. Starting in 2012 all forms must be completed via the online or paper copy only. Emails will no longer be accepted.

Office hours are Monday through Friday 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Normal turn around time Monday-Friday is 24 hours. If you have not received your confirmation in 24 hours, please call the Scheduling Office at 474-6023, or e-mail us at uaf-event-schedule@alaska.edu.

Wondering which room has the features you need?
-Check out the Smart Classroom Interactive Browser

NEED TO MAKE A RESERVATION?
(IE and Browsers that are not up to date may not function properly)
Click Here if you are part of the UA system. **Must be logged into alaska.edu email**

Click Here if you are making a reservation for a non-university event.

UAF Public Events Form (To be completed after receiving room request confirmation *complete this form as indicated by above room request forms*.)

Food Liability Release (To be submitted to Dining Services)
 

For more information on public use of facilities of university facilities, please refer to the Board of Regents Policy, P05.12.090. Public Use of Facilities.

For more information on UAF policy on campus access for non-commercial solicitation by private individuals or organizations, click here.



The authorized use of university space by an organization does not imply endorsement by the university of the organization, or its views, goals or objectives.   Rather, it reflects the university’s commitment to a campus environment supportive of free expression through reasoned discourse, or, in some cases, merely a rental of space at standard rates.