Request a Reservation in DUC 300
The Liberman Graduate Center (DUC 300) offers space to academic, professional and recreational functions serving the graduate community. Please review our usage guidelines prior to requesting a room. To reserve a room, please complete the online form below.
Your Information
Event Information
Please provide a 1-2 sentence description of the event.
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If you are requesting the Liberman Center for a reoccurring meeting or event, please add additional dates below.
Attendance
Space
Thach Commons
Capacity: 50-60 people | Multi-purpose space designed for studying, relaxing and having lunch. Also versatile for professional activities, lectures, and social events. | Equipped with a flat-screen TV and projection system.
Friedman Conference Room
Capacity: 20-25 people | Conference space used for committee meetings and seminars. | Furnished with a modular conference table, whiteboard, flat screen TV, projection system, and computer workstations with wireless keyboard and mouse.
Small Meeting Room
Capacity: 6-8 people | Offers computers for daily student use. | Small Conference space accommodating study groups and small meetings. | Equipped with a modular conference table and whiteboard to accommodate study groups and small meetings.
Computer Lab
4 desktop computers | Offers computers for daily student use. | Free printing, SPSS, GIS. SAS and R are available.
Kitchen
Available for individual student use and for group events. | Equipped with refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, glassware, flatware, plates, serving bowls, and serving utensils.
Alcohol Policy
The Washington University in St. Louis Drug and Alcohol Policy affords recognized student groups the privilege of serving alcohol at certain events. Please review the Policy Governing Alcohol Service at Events sponsored by Graduate Student Organizations. As adults, students are expected to know and abide by all applicable state and federal laws and University policies and procedures. Ultimately, students are responsible for their own behavior; however, if a student group provides alcohol as part of their event they share in the responsibility to provide a safe environment for all attendees. If your group has questions, contact the Dean of your school or the Office of the Graduate School. Any on or off campus event sponsored by a recognized graduate professional student group (registered by ProGradS or recognized by one of the eight schools) must comply with the Drug and Alcohol Policy of Washington University in St. Louis if it involves alcohol. This policy is available online at: hr.wustl.edu/items/drug-and-alcohol-policy. Any on campus event involving alcohol must have a recognized sponsoring group.
By providing your initials below, you confirm you have reviewed, and agree to, the Policy Governing Alcohol Service at Events sponsored by Graduate Student Organizations.
Policy Approval
Policy approved by the University Council 1/26/04; effective immediately. (This policy was also reviewed and approved by Professional and Graduate Coordinating Committee; the Deans and graduate student associations of the eight graduate schools; an ad hoc committee of the Professional and Graduate Student Coordinating Committee drafted the original proposal 2002-2003.)