"Virtual" Location
Events and Confenence Services (ECS) has added a "Virtual" location in 25Live Pro, which should be selected when submitting a request for a virtual event. Once your request is submitted and confirmed, please reach out to your ECS Point of Contact to begin planning the details of the event. 

Great Rooms
At the beginning of the Fall semester, the Great Rooms may become a designated dining space for the CatholicU community. Until the plan of Great Room use is confirmed, ECS will not approve co-curricular event requests in this space and will work with event planners to find alternative locations for their events. ECS will notify the University community with status updates accordingly.

Pryz 203
Pryzbyla Room 203 will be offline during the Fall semester.
 
Vincent P. Walter Boardroom
Curley Hall is a residential building. Event requests for the Vincent P. Walter Boardroom during the Fall semester will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and will require permission from the building administrator.
 
Tents
To allow for proper social distancing measures on campus, the Events and Conference Services team has arranged to have three tents installed on campus.

The tents will be available to be reserved through 25Live Pro for co-curricular programming (meetings, studying, presentations, etc.) by members of the University community. Until 25Live Pro is updated, please email all tent-related inquiries to cua-conferences@cua.edu.

Two of the tents require a generator for power (and Wi-Fi), therefore limitations have been placed on power usage to conserve fuel. Please see locations and hours of operation below.

Father O'Connell Courtyard Tent
7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sept. 8 through the week of Nov. 16: Available for campus events, excluding classes.

McMahon Parking Lot Tent
7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sept. 8 through the week of Nov. 16: Generator available noon to 10 p.m. Available for various campus events, excluding classes.

Opus Parking Lot Tent
7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sept. 8 through the week of Nov. 16: Generator available noon to 10 p.m. Available for various campus events, excluding classes.

On Tuesday, Sept. 8, residential students will begin using the Great Room in the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center for socially distant dining and studying. The campus community is invited to consider hosting events they may have previously staged in those spaces in the outdoor tented areas instead.

Due to the impact COVID-19 has had on campus meeting space, the Events and Conference Services team reserves the right to modify the availability of each tent, and all campus meeting spaces, as needed during the Fall semester.