Tykeson Hall front lobby and conference rooms 104 and 108 can be reserved by student organizations and OSU-Cascades offices and departments. They were paid for with generous donations from the student body and are designed to be spaces for student gatherings, events and activities. The process and priority system for these spaces have been designed with that in mind.

 

Reservation Policy for Tykeson Hall Rooms 104 and 108

Who can reserve the space?
  • Associate Students of Cascades Campus (ASCC) executive board members & Student Fee Committee (SFC) members
  • Authorized members & advisors of registered student organizations
  • OSU-Cascades staff & faculty
Who has priority?

In order:

  1. ASCC & SFC
  2. Registered student organizations
  3. Student life entities, including but not limited to: First-Year Peer Mentors, Student Programming Board, Cascades Adventures, and Student Committees.
  4. OSU-Cascades Faculty & Staff

The priority list is not intended to allow “bumping” by a member higher on the list, priority is only for simultaneous requests.

How can the space be used?
  • To allow as many student groups as possible to have access to the space there is a 4-hour maximum reservation time limit.
  • The space is intended for student gatherings, events, and activities. All other functions will be lower priority.
Process for reservations
  • Priorities #1-3:
    • Reservations need to be made at least 1 week in advance
  • Priority #4:
    • In order to preserve the intention and purpose of the space as primarily for student gatherings, events and activities and to allow student organizations to have priority for scheduling, OSU-Cascades faculty and staff may not reserve the space earlier than one week in advance.
  • All reservations should be made electronically via email to the Office of Student Life or Outlook Calendar.

 

Tykeson Hall Lobby Reservation Policy

Who can reserve the space?
  • Associate Students of Cascades Campus (ASCC) executive board members & Student Fee Committee (SFC) members
  • Authorized members & advisors of registered student organizations
  • OSU-Cascades staff & faculty
Who has priority?

In order:

  1. ASCC & SFC
  2. Registered student organizations
  3. Student life entities, including but not limited to: First-Year Peer Mentors, Student Programming Board, Cascades Adventures, and Student Committees.
  4. OSU-Cascades faculty & staff

The priority list is not intended to allow “bumping” by a member higher on the list, priority is only for simultaneous requests.

How can the space be used?
  • To allow as many student groups as possible to have access to the space there is a 4-hour maximum reservation time limit.
  • The space is intended for student gatherings, events, and activities. All other functions will be lower priority.
Partial Use
  • Due to the size of the lobby, there is potential for multiple groups to use the space simultaneously.
  • When a reservation is made, the requesting group will have the option to have exclusive use of the space or reserve it for partial use.
  • If a reservation is for partial use, multiple groups may also reserve the lobby at that time.
  • No more than three groups can reserve the lobby at the same time.
Process for reservations
  • Priorities #1-3:
    • Reservations need to be made at least one week in advance
  • Priority #4:
    • In order to preserve the intention and purpose of the space as primarily for student gatherings, events, and activities and to allow student organizations to have priority for scheduling, OSU-Cascades faculty and staff may not reserve the space earlier than one week in advance.
  • All reservations should be made electronically via email to the Office of Student Life or Outlook Calendar
 
This policy will be re-evaluated at least once each academic year.
All changes will be approved by the ASCC Executive Board.

If you need to reserve additional spaces in Tykeson Hall, please contact Konnie Handschuch for assistance.