If you are requesting a space for use within the next 72 hours, DO NOT submit your request online. Please call the Scheduling Office at 541-346-6000, Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., to reserve your space.


Event Type
Recurring meetings can be booked for one academic calendar only. Submissions are accepted as of August 1st for the upcoming academic calendar. Recurring Meetings have a maximum limit of 2 per week, with a 3-hour maximum per meeting.
Contact Information
ASUO Information
Event Details
Vendor Information

Please note:

  • Vendors may book a maximum of 3 days a week.
  • Tabling booked only between 9 a.m-5 p.m.
Let us know if you are only providing information or selling anything.
If you would like a date past 4 years please contact us directly by phone.
Repeating Event Information
Please note that recurring meetings can be booked through July 31 of any given year only. If you have a recurring meeting on or after August 1 you can submit that request as of August 1 or after of any given year.
How much time do you need before the event start for your own setup/preparations?
How much time do you need in the space after the event ends for your own break down/departure?
Please provide a brief description of your event.
Please provide a rough estimate of attendees to help us select an appropriate space for your event.
If you prefer a specific space not listed here, please indicate preference at the end of the form.
Please describe

Classroom availability is based on term-to-term release dates maintained by the Registrar's Office. Contact us for info.

Tabling/vending spaces are 10’ x 10’ and include one 72” x 32” table and two chairs. If a different setup is wanted, please describe below:
Special Requirements
Please provide a brief description of any special activities that you may need support for at your event. (e.g. Live music, dancing, etc.)
Upon submitting this request to UO Scheduling and Event Services, you are acknowledging that you have read and understand the COVID-19 information provided by the University of Oregon which, in part, provides directives and guidelines concerning safety, permitted capacities, and the responsibilities of meeting and event planners.