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Summer meeting space reservations

for KU Student Housing Summer Conferences

Summer Conference groups staying in KU Student Housing may reserve meeting and common spaces. Space is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis for the whole day. Space may be reserved in any open hall. Although we'd request that you reserve a room 48 hours in advance, we know that inspiration strikes at any time and we will try to accommodate you if space is available.

Each space must be registered separately. If you require a reservation for longer than seven days, please include that in the description. When your space is confirmed, you will receive an updated costing worksheet.

OTHER INFORMATION: Internet is provided by Apogee and is included in the housing rate. Guests have access to wireless and wired data connection in individual rooms and public areas. ​

Charges will apply for services such as linens, public address systems, staging units, seating, equipment, study rooms, and other office space. These charges are negotiated separately during the contract process. 

Student Housing does not bill individual participants. However, if your conference requires participants to make their own direct payments, contact Conference Planning Services in the KU Office of Continuing Education, 785-864-9142, or kupce@ku.edu.

 

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All student housing options provide a variety of spaces available to reserve and rent for your group. The price for these spaces is determined by the technology present, the room occupancy/size, and the ability to secure the space. Any conference/camp may reserve any of the spaces listed regardless of whether they are using that hall for their conference stay. Reservations occur on a first-come, first-served basis. If a conflict arises, staff will work with the groups in an attempt to find appropriate spaces for both. If multiple groups needs cannot be met, the original reservation will be honored.

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