Wisconsin's Public Liberal Arts College

Rent & Use Policy


Yellowjacket Union

University of Wisconsin-Superior

1605 Catlin Avenue
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880

ph. 715-394-8244

fax. 715-394-8454

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Yellowjacket Union

Rent & Use Policy

UW-Superior Registered Student Organizations, Academic Departments and Administrative Bodies

UW-Superior registered student organizations, academic departments and administrative bodies are NOT charged rent for use of Union facilities.
 
However, a per person per day facility use fee or the educational agency rent, whichever is less, will be charged for programs sponsored by academic departments and administrative bodies that target non-students and require a registration or service fee.  Related business and committee meetings and currently enrolled UW-Superior students are exempt.  The facility use fee shall be roughly equivalent to the daily rate per class day paid by full-time students during the academic year.

Non-UW-Superior Groups

Non-UW-Superior, off-campus groups are allowed to use facilities on a restricted basis.  Fees apply for use of space and dining services.

Academic Year (September thru Mid-May)

1.  The request MUST be for a function of a formal community group, business, educational unit or governmental agency.

2.  Non-University social events, including cocktail services and dances, MUST be accompanied by a food program.  In addition to rent for use of space,a minimum of $3000 must be spent on food and beverages, including sales at a cash bar.

Summer (Mid-May thru August)

All events are acceptable under the following conditions:

Monday - Thursday:

Non-University personal and social events, including cocktail services and dances, MUST be accompanied by a food program.  In addition to rent for use of space, a minimum of $3000 must be spent on food and beverages, including sales at a cash bar.

Friday after 5pm, Saturday and Sunday:

1.  All non-University one day events, including meetings, conferences, business activities, personal and social events, cocktail services and dances, MUST be accompanied by a food program.  In addition to rent for use of space, a  minimum of $5000 must be spent on food and beverages, including sales at a cash bar.

2.  For two or three day events, in addition to rent for use of space, a
minimum of $7000 must be spent on food and beverages.

Wedding & Commitment Ceremony Receptions

Anyone is eligible to rent the Great Room for a wedding or commitment ceremony reception.  September through May, a maximum of two weekends per month may be reserved for wedding and commitment ceremony receptions.  UW-Superior current students, graduated alumni, faculty, staff and retirees will be given a 10% discount off of the cost of room rent for a wedding or commitment ceremony reception for themselves or their children.
 
In addition to rent for use of space, a minimum of $5000 must be spent on food and beverages, including sales at a cash bar, for all wedding and commitment ceremony receptions.

For more information or to request a reservation, email edesimo1@uwsuper.edu, call 715-394-8535, or stop in Yellowjacket Union Room 151.

Effective January, 2010, per day rental rates for Union facilities for non-UW-Superior groups are:


Room

Educational/Governmental
Agency Rate

Regular Rate
All Other Eligible Groups

Great Room

*with a catered meal
*w/out a catered meal

 

$500 or $175/Section
$750 or $250/Section

 

$750 or $250/Section
$1000 or $350/Section

Landing

$175 over 4 Hours
$100 up to 4 Hours

$250 over 4 Hours
$150 up to 4 Hours

Rooms 203 & 204
(Large Meeting Rooms)

$75 over 4 Hours
$50 up to 4 Hours

$100 over 4 Hours
$75 up to 4 Hours

Rooms 201 & 202
(Medium Meeting Rooms)

$50 over 4 Hours
$35 up to 4 Hours

$75 over 4 Hours
$50 up to 4 Hours


 

Special set-ups, use of lower level common areas, extra custodial labor, Technology Services, Campus Safety services and other extra services will result in additional charges.


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