Office of Multicultural Affairs
University of Wisconsin-Superior
Old Main 230
Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
Office of Multicultural Affairs
Reservations and Questions: Patser Lynch, extension 8358 or email@example.com.
Chairs/Furniture/Clean-Up Assistance: extension 8120 or Facilities Management website.
Electronic Equipment: Computing and Media Services Technology Help Desk.
Food Catering: A'viands Dining Service at extension 8102, or other university-approved vendors. Also, contact Facilities Management at extension 8120 to alert them that you are serving food.
Nights/Weekend Reservations: Campus Security, extension 8114 for entrance to the building.
The Multicultural Center is located at Old Main, Room 232. It has a maximum capacity of 50. It is a great place to hold meetings, receptions, socials, guest lecture, presentations, and so forth. The following information outlines the process of reserving the Multicultural Center and organizing all the details of your event needs.
The Multicultural Center has its own Outlook Calendar. To view the calendar:
Open your Outlook Calendar
Click "Public Folders"
Click "Rooms & Labs"
Scroll down the list to find and click (once) "Multicultural Center"
The Outlook Calendar allows you to see if the Multicultural Center is available on the date(s) and time(s) of your event. Making a reservation is easy! There are no forms to fill out. Just follow these two easy steps:
Have your preferred date(s) and time(s) selected before making the reservation by confirming space availability via the Multicultural Center Outlook Calendar. Also, please be sure to include the time it takes to set-up and break-down the space as part of your overall reservation time.
Contact Patser Lynch at extension 8358 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Patser will take your reservation request and confirm it by adding it to the Multicultural Center Outlook Calendar.
Only Patser Lynch is able to schedule an event on the Multicultural Center Outlook Calendar.
Reservations are on a "first come, first serve" basis, so make your reservation as early as possible.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs prefers to keep the Multicultural Center open during weekdays for student use of the facility and its resources. If it is critical that your event be scheduled during this time, the Office of Multicultural Affairs is able to work with you on your request. Please bring this need to the attention of Patser Lynch during your reservation request telephone call.
You are responsible for planning all of your set-up arrangements, including: furniture, electronic equipment, food, and clean-up/break-down.
If your event requires extra chairs and/or tables, please fill out a Work Order found at the Facilities Management website.
The Multicultural Center is equipped with a television, VHS/DVD player, P. A. system, and four computers.
If you need additional equipment such as an overhead or slide projector, projection screen, etc., please contact Computing and Media Services Technology Help Desk to make these arrangements.
If you need to use the Multicultural Center's P. A. system, you must provide a 9V battery for your use of the microphone.
If you plan to serve food in the Multicultural Center, you must use the university's official catering vendor, A'viands Dining Service (extension 8102) or other university-approved vendors.
Additionally, you are responsible for contacting Facilities Management at extension 8120 to alert them that you will be serving food.
In order to preserve the furniture in the Multicultural Center, we ask that you do not order any red beverages.
You are responsible for clean-up and rearranging furniture immediately after your event. If your event is very large and requires moving a lot of furniture and/or will serve food, we recommend filling out a Facilities Management Work Order for assistance with clean-up. Please remember that you are responsible for contacting Facilities Management at extension 8120 to alert them that you will be serving food. Please do not wait to clean the next day as people use the Multicultural Center continuously throughout each day. If you take the responsibility for clean-up and restoring any rearranged furniture, please refer to the Multicultural Center Map at the end of this webpage. Please note:
Please walk through the room and dispose of any cups, plates, or general trash left on the bookshelves encircling the room.
Please restore all furniture to its proper place according to the Multicultural Center Map.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs staff will wipe-down all table tops. We only ask that you dispose of all trash.
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