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If you are a Registered Organization looking to use university premises and facilities, first read through the Procedures and Regulations under the Event Facility Rental section of the website.

To access the space request forms, click over to Forms and Resources under Reserving Space and Equipment

Copies and Printing

The Illini Union ReSOurce Center, located in 285 Illini Union adjacent to the Student Organization Complex, has a full-service print and copy center operation. RO’s can complete any printing/copying job needed conveniently and cost-effectively.

All RO jobs are billed directly to the RO Fund Account so no cash is required nor does the RO have to complete a reimbursement for someone who pays out of pocket. The organization treasurer will need to provide the organization account number for billing purposes. Head on over to the ReSOurce Center for a full listing of prices.

Individual students may also use the ReSOurce Center copying and printing services, but prices slightly differ for UIUC students. Student payments may be made through cash, credit/debit charges.

Equipment and Supplies

The Illini Union ReSOurce Center, located in 285 Illini Union – adjacent to the Student Organization Complex, offers a full array of services, equipment, and supplies for ROs.

This inventory of basic – yet essential – equipment and supplies is available for free use by any RO for programs, events, and activities sponsored by the RO.

Free supplies include: chalk, information tables, digital cameras, DVD camcorders, walkie-talkies/2-way radios, raffle/admission tickets, pop-up tents, portable radios with CD/MP3/I-Pod capability, extension chords. Reserve and check-out these items in 285 Illini Union.

The ReSOurce Center also offers a computing center with a Mac and PC computer available, a conference center with a 15-person conference/board room available exclusively to RO’s for reservations as well as multiple small work tables designed to be shared space where RO’s can gather for projects, design, assembly, and meetings.

In addition, the RO Office in partnership with the Illini Union Multimedia Department has an inventory of audio-visual/multi-media equipment that is available for free use by an RO for programs, events, and activities sponsored by the RO. Reserve and check-out this equipment in the Illini Union Event Services Department, suite 129.

Multi-media/audio-visual equipment includes: laptop computers, LCD projectors.

In addition to these free AV supplies, the Illini Union Multi-Media Department does have a full inventory of equipment for rent that may be used by any RO for their sponsored programs and activities.

If your registered organization has an approved space request for an event on Anniversary Plaza or the Quad, please submit equipment requests here. Only one table and tent are available for check out per organization. For special events occurring on weekends, an exception may be granted, based on availability. Please email iurso@illinois.edu at least 2 weeks in advance of the event with your request.

Remember, only the president, treasurer, and those listed as authorized agents may check out equipment. An I-Card must be presented at check out. Organizations are assessed a $10 late fee for each day equipment is turned in late. Organizations are responsible for any damages to equipment. 

Reserving Space: Anniversary Plaza

Background
Providing a forum for student expression is vital to the learning environment of the University. As a state institution, the University of Illinois adheres to the protections guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. Free speech, free expression, and peaceable assembly are basic to the exchange of ideas and beliefs. Academic progress and freedom flourish when the rights of free expression are assured, particularly at an institution of higher education.

In accord with the Campus Administrative Manual, Anniversary Plaza (the formal space between the Illini Union and the Quad) has been designated as a public forum due to its high visibility to the student body, easy access, and its location as being less likely to disrupt or obstruct University activities and functions (when activity occurs there). Anniversary Plaza is approximately 30’x25’ in size. A sample of programming events that typically occur in Anniversary Plaza include, but are not limited to, speeches, rallies, protests, demonstrations, vigils, large scale educational displays, and visits by local and national political figures.

Although the University can place time, place, and manner restrictions on expression, this is done without regard to the views expressed during the program and any restrictions must be viewpoint neutral and serve a legitimate University purpose.

Adjacent to Anniversary Plaza is the Illini Union/Quad crosswalk. This pedestrian crosswalk space is utilized by Registered Organizations and is more appropriate for basic events like information tables/distribution, fundraising, and event publicity. While not formally occurring on Anniversary Plaza, this space follows the same policies and basic reservations process as the programmed events on Anniversary Plaza.

Registering to use the Illini Union/Quad Crosswalk for Tabling
Organizations who want to have space reserved for events such as information distribution and fundraisers shall submit a Space Request Form to the Office of Registered Organizations, 280 Illini Union. These type of activities are simple in nature and do not necessarily constitute formal programming. Upon processing the Space Request Form, if the Registered Organization is in good standing, space may be assigned to the group for their event. Groups utilizing space for this type of event shall not use the formal Anniversary Plaza location, but may setup tables adjacent to Anniversary Plaza. While amplification is not permitted with these types of reservations, small radios may be utilized so long as the volume level is maintained at a volume that is reasonable and does not inhibit another group from conducting their event.

Registering to Use Anniversary Plaza
Organizations that want to host formal programs including but not limited to demonstrations, rallies, speeches, concerts, vigils, and film screenings on Anniversary Plaza must submit a Space Request Form to and receive prior approval for the proposed event from the Office of Registered Organizations. Approval is contingent upon the organization being in good standing and may include a meeting with the Director. Upon being allocated the space for the proposed event, the sponsoring organization must adhere to the Student Code and follow the “Anniversary Plaza Registration Rules” and abide by all “Rules Governing the Use of Anniversary Plaza.”

Registered organizations who want to sponsor these types of events may do so as long as the event does not disrupt or interrupt the regular and essential operation of the University; interfere with the rights of others; and/or destroy property. Registration of such events through the Office of Registered Organizations is encouraged as it will help insure that there is an orderly scheduling of facilities, the opportunity for adequate preparation for the event, and that the demonstration and/or rally is conducted in a manner appropriate to the University community. Failure to properly register the event and receive event approval may result in sanctions being imposed upon the sponsoring organization. No multi-media services will be provided by the University if the event has not been previously approved and scheduled.

The registration of the demonstration and/or rally is further requested to avoid the problem of competition for space. This process serves as a means to facilitate the coexistence of students' rights to speak and the rights of others to access academic programs and scheduled functions of the University. Since the Anniversary Plaza is a popular programming space, if more than one event is planned for the same area, priority is given to registered organizations who registered their assembly with the Illini Union Office of Registered Organizations.

Sound equipment may be used on Anniversary Plaza but is regulated to prevent interference with academic programs or other scheduled events (see “Rules Governing the Use of Anniversary Plaza” below for specific information regarding time). Amplifying equipment for musical instruments is not permitted. A Request for Use of University Premises and Facilities form (Space Request Form) is available from the Office of Registered Organizations, 280 Illini Union.

If you have a question about whether your organization’s proposed event needs to be registered with the Office of Registered Organizations, you should contact the Office at (217) 244-2357 for clarification.

Procedures and Rules Regarding Anniversary Plaza and the Illini Union/Quad Crosswalk:

Steps for Reserving and Using the Illini Union/Quad Crosswalk

  1. Groups seeking to use the crosswalk for tabling purposes initiate the approval process by submitting a Space Request Form to Illini Union Room 280.
    1. For fundraising events, an “Event Budget Form” (available in Illini Union 280) must accompany the Space Request Form and all revenue generated must be deposited into the Organization Fund Account at Henry Administration Building.
    2. For information tables, a basic description of the type of information being distributed shall be indicated on the Space Request Form.
  2. If the organization is registered and in good standing, event approval will be provided by the Office of Registered Organizations and space approval will be completed by the appropriate reservations office depending on the day and time of the event. 
  3. Information tables may be reserved through the Office of Registered Organizations upon receipt of the reservation confirmation. 
  4. Reservations will be confirmed beginning March 1 for events in the summer sessions, June 1 for events in the fall semester, and November 1 for events in the spring semester.
Steps for Reserving and Using Anniversary Plaza
  1. Groups seeking to use Anniversary Plaza initiate the approval process by submitting a Space Request Form to Illini Union Room 280.
  2. Meet with the Program Director for the Office of Registered Organizations to discuss your proposed event.
  3. Event approval will be provided by the Office of Registered Organizations and space approval will be completed by the appropriate reservations office depending on the day and time of the event.
    1. Solidify any additional details for your event including the following:
    2. reserve information tables with the Office of Registered Organizations
    3. reserve the provided microphone through the Illini Union Event Services office at least 48 hours prior to your event for events Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm
  4. Reserve audio equipment from the Facilities & Services for events after 5pm and on Saturday and Sunday.
  5. Reservations will be confirmed beginning March 1 for events in the summer sessions, June 1 for events in the fall semester, and November 1 for events in the spring semester.
Rules Governing the Use of Anniversary Plaza
  1. All policies and procedures governing the use of Anniversary Plaza remain consistent with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Student Code and the Campus Administrative Manual.
  2. Due to the size and limits on its use, reservations of Anniversary Plaza for programming purposes are restricted to one organization/event at a time.
  3. Anniversary Plaza may be reserved by registered organizations, university departments, and students/faculty/staff for programming that is sponsored by their respective unit. Priority for use of Anniversary Plaza is given to Registered Organizations. Non-University entities are prohibited from reserving Anniversary Plaza.
  4. All Registered Organizations must submit a space request form for the use of Anniversary Plaza. In order to meet the potential needs that each organization has, all space request forms must be received by the Office of Registered Organizations in a timely manner.
  5. All event requests require a meeting with the Program Director for the Office of Registered Organizations and the organization’s event coordinator prior to receiving event and/or space approval.
  6. Amplified sound (voice only) is permitted Monday-Friday between the hours of Noon-1pm and after 5pm, and is subject to approval on the weekends. Amplified sound may be approved between 5-10pm and on weekends but is subject to approval by the Office of Registered Organizations and the Office of Facility Management and Scheduling.
  7. All events that are held in Anniversary Plaza may not impede pedestrian traffic nor disrupt the functions of the University.
  8. An authorized agent of the sponsoring organization must be present at the event and be available for consultation, discussion, and assistance if needed.
  9. A reservation made by a Registered Organization may not be turned over to another organization, individual, or non-university affiliate.
  10. Sponsoring organization is expected to manage the event in a manner that upholds the ideals of the University’s community.
  11. Any reasonable request made prior to or during the program by campus administrators must be addressed immediately as these types of requests are in reference to campus operational needs, university policies, and public safety.
Failure for an organization and/or individual to abide by any of the above rules or policies may result in their removal from Anniversary Plaza and/or prohibition from reserving the space in the future. Any questions regarding student use of Anniversary Plaza or its registration may be directed to the Office of Registered Organizations in the Illini Union, room 284 or (217) 244-2357.

Administrative Management of Events/Programs Occurring on Anniversary Plaza and/or the Illini Union/Quad Crosswalk
The Illini Union, as a unit within the Division of Student Affairs, provides administrative oversight to the programs that occur on Library Plaza to ensure registered organizations have the right to assembly, that campus policies are upheld, and that public safety is maintained. The Illini Union Office of Registered Organizations and provides direct event and logistic management of these programs and this venue to ensure the sponsoring organization is adhering to the policies and procedures set forth for their use and for the type of programs being sponsored. The Illini Union Office of Registered Organizations and shall be responsible for primary interaction with the authorized agents of the sponsoring organization and shall remain in communication with these agents prior to, during, and following any program. The Program Director of the Office of Registered Organizations, per the Student Code, retains the authority to sanction to the sponsoring organization shall any violation of these policies occur.
Reserving Space: Campus

Many University facilities are available for registered organizations to use for their programs, meetings, events, and activities. A “Request for Use of University Facilities & Premises” (Space Request Form) must be submitted to the Office of Registered Organizations (284 Illini Union) to reserve any University facility. The Office of Registered Organizations provides “event approval” and then the form is forwarded to the appropriate university facility and/or reservations office for reserving and assigning the space for the event.

The sponsoring RO must receive “event approval” and “space approval” prior to having access to University facilities for their event. Most space request forms are processed by the Office of Registered Organizations in one business day.

The following are primary spaces utilized by RO’s for on-campus programming. These departments have specific links and information regarding their respective facility policies, available spaces, rental/user fees, and contact information:

Specific questions regarding the availability of University facilities and the proposed program/event sponsored by the RO may be directed to the Office of Registered Organizations. It is quite possible that the Assistant Director will need to meet with the sponsoring RO to discuss the nature and management plan for some programs prior to the event being approved to occur on campus. 

Reserving Space: Champaign Park District and Frat Park

Properties and facilities managed by Champaign Park District are available for use by RO’s. The sponsoring RO must complete the Champaign Park District Rental Agreement (sample available here) and author a “program proposal” outlining the event being sponsored, number of anticipated participants/attendees, and any activities included in the event (to include music, food, etc). In addition, the proposal shall include a management plan outlining how the RO will provide leadership for managing the activities and attendees. Once these are completed, the sponsor will schedule an appointment with the Assistant Director of the Office of Registered Organizations to review the agreement and proposal. The Assistant Director will provide a recommendation to the Champaign Park District and the Park District will complete all contract agreements, including signature authority, fees, and insurance requirements.

Reserving Space: Library Plaza

Library Plaza Background
Providing a forum for student expression is vital to the learning environment of the University. As a state institution, the University of Illinois adheres to the protections guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. Free speech, free expression, and peaceable assembly are basic to the exchange of ideas and beliefs. Academic progress and freedom flourish when the rights of free expression are assured, particularly at an institution of higher education.

In accord with the Campus Administrative Manual, Library Plaza Public Engagement Area, herein referred to as the Library Plaza has been designated as a public forum due to its high visibility to the student body, easy access, and its location as being less likely to disrupt or obstruct University activities and functions (when activity occurs there). Library Plaza refers to the formal space located at the ground level north of the library vestibule between the risers/stairs approaching the library overlook and Foellinger Auditorium.

Although the University can place time, place, and manner restrictions on expression, this is done without regard to the views expressed during the program and any restrictions must be viewpoint neutral and serve a legitimate University purpose.

Included in the Library Plaza programming capabilities is the ability for Registered Organizations to conduct basic events like information tables/distribution, fundraising, and event publicity. While there are different restrictions and limitations for formal programs and information-based distribution, the same policies and basic reservations process are in place for all events that occur on Library Plaza. A sample of programming events that could be supported on Library Plaza include, but are not limited to, speeches, rallies, protests, demonstrations, vigils, and large scale educational/awareness displays.

Library Plaza has been equipped with outdoor speakers and a microphone jack for use with programs that require amplified sound. Amplified sound is restricted to a single microphone and projection of voice only through the installed equipment. Consistent with the University’s policy on amplified sound, the equipment is programmed to operate from 12-1pm only.

Registering to use the Library Plaza for Tabling
Organizations who want to have space reserved for events such as information distribution and fundraisers shall submit a Space Request Form to the Office of Registered Organizations, 280 Illini Union. These type of activities are simple in nature and do not necessarily constitute formal programming. Upon processing the Space Request Form, if the Registered Organization is in good standing, space may be assigned to the group for their event. Groups utilizing space for this type of event shall be located specifically on the Library Plaza, north of the stairs leading to the Undergraduate Library vestibules and extending out and around the landscaping bollards. Sponsoring organizations may not extend above the stairs approaching the library overlook. Sponsoring organizations may setup tables for their information-based purposes. While amplification is not permitted with these types of reservations, small radios may be utilized so long as the volume is maintained at a reasonable level that does not detract from another group’s activity.

Registering to Use Library Plaza
Organizations that want to host formal programs including but not limited to demonstrations, rallies, speeches, concerts, vigils, and film screenings on Library Plaza must submit a Space Request Form to and receive prior approval for the proposed event from the Office of Registered Organizations. Approval is contingent upon the organization being in good standing and may include a meeting with the Director. Upon being allocated the space for the proposed event, the sponsoring organization must adhere to the Student Code and follow the “Library Plaza Registration Rules” and abide by all “Rules Governing the Use of Library Plaza.”

Registered organizations who want to sponsor these types of events may do so as long as the event does not disrupt or interrupt the regular and essential operation of the University; interfere with the rights of others; and/or destroy property. Registration of such events through the Office of Registered Organizations is encouraged as it will help insure that there is an orderly scheduling of facilities, the opportunity for adequate preparation for the event, and that the demonstration and/or rally is conducted in a manner appropriate to the University community. Failure to properly register the event and receive event approval may result in sanctions being imposed upon the sponsoring organization. No multi-media services will be provided by the University if the event has not been previously approved and scheduled.

Registration of the demonstration and/or rally is further requested to avoid the problem of competition for space. This process serves as a means to facilitate the coexistence of students' rights to speak and the rights of others to access academic programs and scheduled functions of the University. Since the Library Plaza is a popular programming space, if more than one event is planned for the same area, priority is given to organizations who registered their assembly with the Illini Union Office of Registered Organizations.

Sound equipment may be used on Library Plaza but is regulated to prevent interference with academic programs or other scheduled events (see “Rules Governing the Use of Library Plaza” below for specific information regarding time). Amplifying equipment for musical instruments is not permitted. A Request for Use of University Premises and Facilities form is available from the Office of Registered Organizations, 280 Illini Union. If you have a question about whether your organization’s proposed event needs to be registered with the Office of Registered Organizations, you should contact the Office at (217) 244-2357 for clarification.

Procedures and Rules Regarding Library Plaza:

Steps for Reserving and Using Library Plaza for Tabling/Information-Based Purposes:

  1. Groups seeking to use the Plaza for tabling purposes initiate the approval process by submitting a Space Request Form to Illini Union Room 280.
    1. For fundraising events, an “Event Budget Form” (available in Illini Union 280) must accompany the Space Request Form and all revenue generated must be deposited into the Organization Fund Account at Henry Administration Building.
    2. For information tables, a basic description of the type of information being distributed shall be indicated on the Space Request Form.
  2. If the organization is registered and in good standing, event approval will be provided by the Office of Registered Organizations and space approval will be completed by the appropriate reservations office depending on the day and time of the event.
  3. Information tables may be reserved through the Office of Registered Organizations upon receipt of the reservation confirmation.
  4. Reservations will be confirmed beginning March 1 for events in the summer sessions, June 1 for events in the fall semester, and November 1 for events in the spring semester.
Rules Governing the Use of Library Plaza
  1. All policies and procedures governing the use of Library Plaza remain consistent with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Student Code and the Campus Administrative Manual.
  2. Due to the size and limits on its use, reservations for formal programming on Library Plaza for programming purposes are restricted to one organization/event at a time. Multiple organizations can be approved for reservations for information distribution, solicitations, fundraising, etc., as space permits.
  3. Library Plaza may be reserved by registered organizations, university departments, and students/faculty/staff for programming that is sponsored by their respective unit. Priority for use of Library Plaza is given to Registered Organizations. Non-University entities are prohibited from reserving Library Plaza.
  4. All Registered Organizations must submit a space request form for the use of Library Plaza. In order to meet the potential needs that each organization has, all space request forms must be received by the Office of Registered Organizations in a timely manner.
  5. All formal event requests require a meeting with the Program Director for the Office of Registered Organizations and the organization’s event coordinator prior to receiving event and/or space approval.
  6. Amplified sound (voice only) is permitted Monday-Friday between the hours of Noon-1pm.
  7. All events that are held in Library Plaza may not impede pedestrian traffic nor disrupt the functions of the University.
  8. An authorized agent of the sponsoring organization must be present at the event and be available for consultation, discussion, and assistance if needed.
  9. A reservation made by a Registered Organization may not be turned over to another organization, individual, or non-university affiliate.
  10. Sponsoring organization is expected to manage the event in a manner that upholds the ideals of the University’s community.
  11. Any reasonable request made prior to or during the program by campus administrators must be addressed immediately as these types of requests are in reference to campus operational needs, university policies, and public safety.

Failure for an organization and/or individual to abide by any of the above rules or policies may result in their removal from Library Plaza and/or prohibition from reserving the space in the future. Any questions regarding student use of Library Plaza or its registration may be directed to the Office of Registered Organizations in the Illini Union, room 284 or (217) 244-2357.

Administrative Management of Events/Programs Occurring on Library Plaza
The Illini Union, as a unit within the Division of Student Affairs, provides administrative oversight to the programs that occur on Library Plaza to ensure registered organizations have the right to assembly, that campus policies are upheld, and that public safety is maintained. The Illini Union Office of Registered Organizations and provides direct event and logistic management of these programs and this venue to ensure the sponsoring organization is adhering to the policies and procedures set forth for their use and for the type of programs being sponsored. The Illini Union Office of Registered Organizations and shall be responsible for primary interaction with the authorized agents of the sponsoring organization and shall remain in communication with these agents prior to, during, and following any program. The Program Director of the Office of Registered Organizations, per the Student Code, retains the authority to sanction to the sponsoring organization shall any violation of these policies occur.

University Library officials may confer with the Office of Registered Organizations on events occurring at Library Plaza and disclose information about the nature of events observed.

University Library Patron Policies
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library's mission is to encourage scholarly research by maintaining an environment conducive to study in all units of the University Library system. Library users are expected to act responsibly, appropriately, and courteously to preserve the library facilities, environment, and collections. All programming on the Library Plaza may not disrupt the functions within the University Library system and all programs on the Library Plaza are expected to adhere to the Library Patron Policies. In addition, all Library Sign Posting Policies must be adhered to, including prior authorization by the Library for signs to be affixed to exterior walls, doors, entrances, and any indoor venue.

Reserving Space: Office

Assigned space in the Student Organization Complex (SOC) – 280 Illini Union – is restricted to registered student organizations and the Illini Union Board is responsible for allocating the available spaces: cubicles, offices, cabinets, and mailboxes. 

Because the number of cubicles/offices, cabinets and mailboxes is limited, stated guidelines will allow space to be given to those organizations that most need the space. Applications for cubicles/offices will be available in late January/early February of each year and must be submitted to 284 Illini Union before the deadline. Applications will be reviewed and approved by the Illini Union Board Policy Committee and the organization will be notified of their status by the end of April.

Those ROs approved for space must sign an Office/Cubicle Space Agreement. This agreement runs from May to May unless an organization becomes a tenant after the regular allocation process or due to the expulsion of another organization. If this happens, the terms of the agreement will begin at the time of occupancy and will end in May. Registered Student Organizations that are not approved for space, but are deemed acceptable by the Policy Committee, will be placed on a waiting list; if space becomes available during the fall semester, wait listed ROs will be approved for space in the order of the list.

Applications for cabinets and mailboxes are available throughout the year whenever space is available. Completed applications will be reviewed by the Illini Union Board Vice President for Policy. If approved, a cabinet and/or mailbox will be assigned to the organization.

Reserving Space: Quad

The Quad is deemed a “non-reservable/non-programming” venue for campus events and activities, with the exceptions of Quad Day and Homecoming celebrations.

However, RO’s may reserve space on the crosswalk between the Illini Union and the Quad for information distribution, sales, solicitations, recruitment, fundraisers, and basic programming efforts.

To reserve this area for basic programming, the sponsoring RO must submit a Space Request Form identifying what the RO would like to do (i.e. information table, flier distribution, sale of food, ticket sales, etc.). On the space request form indicate “QUAD” as the Space Desired. Even though the request is not literally for the Quad, this is a simple and consistent indicator of the general area that RO’s can use.

The Office of Registered Organizations will review the space request and assign dates as available for the specific event.

Reserving Space: Rallies, Speeches and Demonstrations

The University has identified Anniversary Plaza (the formal space between the Illini Union and the Quad) and the Library Plaza (the formal space north of the Undergraduate Library) as the programming space for such programs. On weekdays further amplified sound (microphone and speakers) are available from 12-1:00pm for use of these types of programs. The University will make available a free microphone which connects to the installed outdoor speakers for these events. Upon receiving event approval, the equipment must be reserved through the Illini Union Multimedia Department—call 217-333-0891. Amplified music, DJ, band, etc. (except for a small radio) is prohibited in these venues for day-time events.

To reserve either venue, a Space Request Form must be submitted to the Office of Registered Organizations for review, event approval, and space assignment. On the space request form, the sponsoring RO must identify the scope of the program and what type of activities will be incorporated into such an event. Typically, the Assistant Director of the Office of Registered Organizations will meet with the sponsoring organization to discuss the program and provide an overview of applicable University policies, procedures, and services pertinent to these types of program.

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