Guide to Space

Guide to Space

 

Alfred Lerner Hall

Broadway & W. 115th Street

Types of space available:

  • Performance space
  • Meeting/board rooms
  • Ramp tables
  • Piano Lounge
  • Dance practice rooms
  • Large event space

How to Reserve

To reserve space in Lerner, use the University Event Management (UEM) website.

  1. Use the Find a Space link to search for types of space.
  2. Once you know what space you want, fill out the Space Request Form as accurately as possible.
  3. After you submit the form, you will get a confirmation email.

If you need furniture (chairs, tables, stage, etc.) or tech (projector, TV, stereo system, etc.), you can fill out a A/V or Furniture Request after you reserve your space by going to the Add Services page and filling out the appropriate form.

Questions

The best way to have questions addressed is to go to the UEM office on the 7th floor of Lerner. The elevators by the 2nd floor Piano Lounge will go up to the 7th floor. UEM is located through the glass doors to your left once you exit the elevator. Just tell the receptionist you have a question about your online reservation, and someone will be able to help you.

Hamilton Hall

Amsterdam & W. 116th Street

Types of space available:

  • Classrooms
  • Meeting/board rooms

How to Reserve

To reserve space in Lerner, use the University Event Management (UEM) website.

  1. Use the Find a Space link to search for types of space.
  2. Once you know what space you want, fill out the Space Request Form as accurately as possible.
  3. After you submit the form, you will get a confirmation email.

If you need furniture (chairs, tables, stage, etc.) or tech (projector, TV, stereo system, etc.), you can fill out a A/V or Furniture Request after you reserve your space by going to the Add Services page and filling out the appropriate form.

Questions

The best way to have questions addressed is to go to the UEM office on the 7th floor of Lerner. The elevators by the 2nd floor Piano Lounge will go up to the 7th floor. UEM is located through the glass doors to your left once you exit the elevator. Just tell the receptionist you have a question about your online reservation, and someone will be able to help you. For classrooms, you can also email Lenor Hubner (lah2@columbia.edu). She can help with your reservation.

 

Earl Hall

Amsterdam & W. 116th Street

Types of space available:

  • Auditorium
  • Meeting/board rooms

How to Reserve

To reserve space in Earl Hall, visit the Earl Hall Events website to browse the space and reserve online.

  1. Fill out the Online Space Request Form as accurately as possible and submit (it looks a lot like the Lerner Hall form).
  2. After you submit the form, you should get a confirmation email.

Questions

The best way to have questions addressed is to email Raquel Whittaker (rjw2110) and Joe Sabbat (js2588) or by stopping by Earl Hall.

 

Uris Hall

North Campus

Types of space available:

  • Classrooms
  • Lecture Halls

How to Reserve

To reserve space in Uris Hall, visit the Room Schedule.

  1. Use the search function at the top to find your desired date.
  2. When ready to reserve, fill out this form for authorized non-Business School users.
  3. Your group will need a password to complete it. If you don’t have a group password, email roommaster@gsb.columbia.edu.

Questions

The best way to have questions addressed is to go speak to someone in Uris. Go to the first office on the left and ask to speak to someone about space reservations. Keep in mind that the space is usually for B-School groups, so make sure to let them know you’re recognized under SDA in Lerner.

 

Intercultural Resource Center

114th & Broadway
(next to Broadway Residence Hall)

Types of space available:

  • Lounge Space

How to Reserve

To reserve space in the IRC, email irc@columbia.edu at least one week prior to your desired event date. You can also go to Marta Esquilin’s office on the ground floor of the IRC to ask her about space reservations.

Questions

The best way to have questions addressed is to email irc@columbia.edu.