Reserving the Center
We welcome the use of our space by Mason faculty, staff students, departments, and organizations. The center accommodates about 40 people but is also suitable for smaller gatherings of just a handful of people.
We have an adjustable conference table and a lounge area for use. A 42” flat screen television is available for presentations, television or movie screenings. A projector for larger groups is available upon request. The center also has a small refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker for visitor use. We also have a study space for students who wish to have a private study area. Undergraduates can reserve the space for up to an hour at a time and graduate students can reserve the space up to two hours
To reserve the space, individuals must contact program coordinator Nancy Xiong (email@example.com) or graduate assistant David Corwin (firstname.lastname@example.org). Although we try to accommodate all requests, reservations will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.
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