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CAC Facilities

Memorial Lobby (10)

Memorial Lobby (10) is a War Memorial whose use is graciously allowed by the Institute for the promotion of student group and departmental activities. Eight booths are available through out the academic year, Monday through Friday from 9AM to 5PM. For more information on Memorial Lobby (10) booths, please refer to the "Advertising and Promoting Events" chapter.

In line with sanctity of the War Memorial, no posters or banners may be hung from the ceiling or placed on the walls, and no yelling or shouting of any kind will be permitted. In compliance with Fire and Life Safety Codes, a clear pathway (3 feet wide) to the exit doors must be maintained at all times. No obstructions or electrical cords should disrupt or impede traffic flow or doorway areas. Any cords used must be taped down. Event organizers are responsible for removing all tape at the conclusion of their events. No amplified sound, yelling, or shouting is allowed.

Memorial Lobby (10) is available on a limited basis during the academic year after 6PM during the week and all day on weekends. The eight booths are to remain in Memorial Lobby (10). Booths can be collapsed and pushed off to one side of the Lobby. Booth removal involves a special fee and must be arranged in advance.

Memorial Lobby (10) has a limited inventory of equipment available. All other equipment must be rented from external parties with the guidance of a CAC manager.