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POLICIES

  • The Dean’s Office must have a minimum of two weeks’ notice to reserve an after-hours or weekend event. 
  • The Dean’s Office must have a minimum of two weeks’ notice to arrange a room and/or videoconferencing to Wichita.
  • If you do not wish to have IT support of any kind, there will be no IT staff present.  However, you will be required to schedule a brief training with our IT staff prior to your event.  In this scenario, the IT cabinet will be locked prior to the event. Please contact rxit@ku.edu to discuss your audio and visual needs after receiving confirmation of your reservation.
  • Food will no longer be permitted inside of classrooms, including during lunch hour meetings.  The only eating spaces offered for meetings and events are the Atriums and Mortar & Pestle Cafeteria.
  • If you require a walkthrough of the facilities prior to your event, please contact Brittany Fellers at pharmacy@ku.edu to schedule a day and time.
  • Reservations from within the School of Pharmacy will be given first priority. Outside reservations cannot be finalized until 30 days prior to the event.

Please complete a form to reserve rooms and/or request IT support for after-hour or weekend events.

School of Pharmacy Students, Faculty, and Staff Click Here, a form below should display for you to fill out.

Otherwise, if you are not affiliated with the School of Pharmacy download the request form to fill out and send to pharmacy@ku.edu.  

Please select each room you will use during your event.
Please direct any Wichita-related questions to Patricia Coombs at pcoombs@ku.edu. She or someone from Wichita will contact you regarding room assignments.
All Groups: Please contact our IT department rxit@ku.edu to discuss the technology needs for your meeting or event. If you do not plan to use any IT/AV listed above, you will need to complete a basic training with an IT staff member prior to your event. If there will be no IT/AV used, there will be no IT staff present in the building during the event.
NOTE: Food is no longer permitted inside SOP classrooms.
The SOP exterior doors are unlocked Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.- 4:50 p.m.
The SOP classroom doors are unlocked Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.
If you need access to the Dean's Office Kitchen or the SOP Museum after hours or on the weekend, you must check out a key from Diane Massey in the Dean's Office. (dmassey@ku.edu)
PARKING POLICY: All KU parking lots are monitored when classes are in session. If you plan to have visitors from outside KU, you will need to arrange for parking passes for each vehicle. Please contact KU Parking, 864-PARK (7275) to purchase parking passes.
Pharmacy custodians work Sunday through Thursday evenings. If your event takes place on the weekend and you plan to serve food, you must select one of the above options. If you are cleaning the room yourself, you must remove all trash and wipe down all surfaces. If you are requesting custodial services, contact Brittany Fellers at pharmacy@ku.edu. There will be extra fees for this option.
Please see Brittany Fellers to arrange access to tables and/or chairs prior to your event. The school has 210 chairs, 25 round tables, and 5 rectangular tables available.
If you require a walkthrough of the facilities prior to your event, please contact Brittany Fellers at pharmacy@ku.edu to schedule a day and time.

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