Conference Room Request Form
This form should be used by faculty/staff to request non-classroom space for university-sponsored events. All events must be approved by the appropriate department head or dean prior to submission.
Requests for the Trinity Center should be secured through the Trinity Center Director.
*Please note: All requests for AV carts (projector, with accompanying computer) must be submitted to Faculty Services: http://www.trinitydc.edu/academic-affairs/technology-request/ .
Rows of chairs facing the front of the room, usually divided by cent and/or side aisles. Appropriate for short lecture or larger groups that do not require extensive note-taking.
Six-or eight foot conference tables placed end to end in the room to form the shape of a U. Chairs are places around the outside of the U. Ideal for Board Room meetings with presentations at the front of the room.
Hollow Square Style:
Six – or eight-foot conference tables placed in a rectangular outline with open space in the middle. Chairs are placed around the perimeter of the square. Appropriate for groups fewer than 40 where there is a group leader or panel seated at the head of the set up.
Six-foot or eight foot conference tables clustered in the center of the room to form one solid surface. Chairs are placed around the perimeter of the tables.
Rows of tables with 2 or 3 chairs at each one, with tables arranged to face the front of the room. Most desirable for long lectures.
Six- or eight-foot round conference tables places throughout the room with 6-8 chairs places around each table. Used for food functions, standard stables of either 60 or 72 inches in diameter to seat 8-12 people per table.
Please note (for Trinity Staff/Faculty Use Only): All requests for AV carts (projector, with accompanying computer) must be submitted to Faculty Services: http://www.trinitydc.edu/academic-affairs/technology-request/.
Should you have any questions or require additional assistance, please contact Conference Services at 202-884-9136 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org