If you need help planning your event contact 315-859-4193 first. When the College is NOT in session, please contact the Office of Auxiliary Services at 315-859-4372 for event planning assistance.
If you have an event that you feel should be promoted in the media, it is always best to provide as much advance notice as possible (at least two weeks), since some media outlets have early deadlines. Contact the media relations office at email@example.com or 315-859-4680.
To avoid competing with other events, check your proposed date/time on the Events Calendar.
|Bon Appetit Food Service||315-859-4985||Physical Plant||315-859-4500|
|Campus Safety||315-859-4141||Student Activities||315-859-4194|
|College Bookstore||315-859-4242||Telephone Services||315-859-4098|
* To publicize an event on the website or in the media, contact the media relations office two weeks in advance.
If your event will draw more than 75 people, attend a CACC meeting at least three days prior to your event. CACC meetings are held every Tuesday at noon in Sadove Student Center. Representatives from Student Activities, Campus Safety, Bon Appetit Food Service, Physical Plant and Events Calendar will be there to confirm your arrangements and to ensure that all of your programming needs are met. CACC attendance is MANDATORY for all student events requiring support and is strongly recommended for other members of the Hamilton community.
Athletic Facilities & Fields
Azel Backus House, Cemetery, Commons and McEwen Dining Halls, The Little Pub, Spencer House, Root Glen, Bristol Center, Rogers Estate, Science Center Atrium and KJ Commons
Conference and Auxiliary Services
Beinecke Village (Tolles Pavillion, Display Area, Events Barn), Bundy Dining Hall, Sadove Student Center, Babbitt Outdoor Pavillion, Chapel, Eells House, Days Massolo Center, ALCC and Buttrick Trustee Room
Café Opus in McEwen, Blood Dance Studio, List 104; Schambach Classrooms & List 106 after 4 p.m.
Classrooms and Auditoria, Browsing Room - 201 (Christian Johnson Hall)
Burke Library Study Rooms, the Graves Room, and all other Library Spaces
|Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts||315-859-4057|
Wellin Hall, Schambach Center
|Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art||315-859-4396|
Reference The Editorial Style Guide for common questions, such as how to cite faculty titles.
Join us for a presentation by Professor of Geosciences Barbara Tewksbury on using online videoconferencing to run multi-institutional seminars and to bring guest speakers to the classroom. Lunch will be provided.
View objects from the Wellin Museum's collection and discuss how objects can be used as teaching tools.
Tenor Jonathan English and pianist Sar-Shalom Strong perform Franz Schubert's "Die Winterreise" (The Winter Journey). This extensive song cycle presents an angst-filled picture of youthful love lost and is considered to be among Schubert's best works.
James Jacobs, the Chief Justice Warren E. Burger Professor of Constitutional Law and the Courts Director, Center for Research in Crime and Justice at New York University School of Law, presents a lecture titled "Changing Nature of Crime." Jacobs is a Levitt Scholar-in-Residence and will present lectures from Feb. 24 through March 1.
Melanie Hawthorne, the Cornerstone Professor of French at Texas A & M University, presents "Forgetting Gistèle d'Estoc: Remembering, Forgetting and the Cultural Work of Memory."
Hamilton's Environmental Action Group's weekly meeting to discuss environmental issues on campus and the best ways to combat them.