Stage 1: Brainstorming
Stage 2: Utilizing Your Planning Resources
Club mailboxes are located in the Center for Student Engagement and Leadership (SEaL) on the first floor of the Widener Center. All clubs have a mailbox; clubs can promote events and communicate with other organizations on campus.
The Faculty Support Office provides photocopying services for Cabrini departments. Clubs can request an account through SEaL, but they must have allocated funds. Faculty Support will bill the club budget for copies.
Stage 3: Reservations & Facilities All registered student organizations are granted equal access to:
Any request for use of a campus facility by a student organization or recreation club will require SEaL approval.
In most cases, an “Event Request Form” for approval must be submitted to SEaL at least 10 working days in advance. Please note space reservation is vital in planning an event. It is important to request space many weeks in advance prior to filling out the Event Request Forms.
Event requests are only approved when:
For space and a set-up to be approved through any office, SEaL must have contacted the club and approved the event/fundraiser. Approval is contingent upon the submission of an event or fundraiser registration form.
Assignment of space will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis through the following offices for the specific locations on campus:
How to reserve the Rooymans Activity Center
How to reserve all other on-campus locations
Vans for Off-Campus Events
Security for Events Clubs must notify the Director of the Center for Student Engagement and Leadership and the Director of Public Safety when the staging of an event poses the potential to cause some sort of disruption.
The sponsoring club must hire an adequate number of Public Safety officers as determined by the Director of Public Safety. Public Safety Officers must be requested at least 10 business days in advance of the event, or a late fee may be imposed.
In some cases, the Director of Public Safety may require the presence of a Radnor Township police officer.
Cav Sound Rentals Cavalier Sound provides sound to the Cabrini College Community. The “tech crew” is made up of students hired on a yearly basis and trained in many aspects of basic technical production.
Qualified Cav Sound Technicians must accompany all rented equipment throughout set up, performance, and breakdown. Only qualified Cav Sound Technician may set up and operate equipment.
Every club is responsible for the payment of $10 per hour. Rental rates apply to offices and departments depending upon the selected package.
Cavalier Sound Technical Services Requirements:
Event requests must be submitted at least two weeks prior to the event (10 business days).
Event must occur on campus.
Safe working conditions must be maintained by sponsoring organization. Cav Technicians will not set up or operate in unsafe conditions.
Sound details, such as start times or when microphones should be turned on, are the club’s responsibility.
If the event is cancelled after set-up, the club is responsible for the cost of work completed up to that point. The sponsoring club is responsible for all external rental costs regardless of cancellation date.
It is the sponsoring organization’s responsibility to supply CDs if music is requested
Catering The College’s food contractor, Sodexo, has an exclusive right to cater food anywhere on campus. This means that off-campus caterers are not allowed to deliver or serve food or beverage for any meeting or event on Cabrini College property unless approved by Dining Services.
Student clubs requiring catering must contact Dining Services and meet with a representative to gain a price quote. All requests for catering should be made at least 10 business days in advance of your event.