Reserve a Meeting Space

The meeting spaces managed by University Housing exist for the primary purpose of education and use of the University community.  Anyone using University facilities must comply with the University Code of Conduct and the Residence Hall License Contract.  Those groups failing to meet the standards or comply with regulations may be denied future use of University facilities.  Those groups causing damage to University facilities may be charged accordingly.


Reservation Process

University Housing provides an online reservation system to request meeting space.  Please review the Reservations Calendar prior to submitting a request to ensure that your desired date and/or time for your meeting is available.  Once a reservation request is submitted University Housing will review the information and, once the request is approved, send out a confirmation email to the individual making the request.  Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours in advance.

Make a Reservation


Reservation Timeline

Reservation requests can only be submitted for the current semester.  Requests for spaces considered to be academic space cannot be approved until academic calendars and schedules are confirmed.  Rooms cannot be scheduled online if the lead time is less than 48 hours.  All inquiries not meeting these criteria should be directed to Kelly Thomas at (828)262-7468.


Available Rooms

Appalachian Hall has five seminar rooms that can be reserved:

  • APP 161 (Max. Occupancy: 20)
  • APP 162 (Max. Occupancy: 24)
  • APP 163 (Max. Occupancy: 16)
  • APP 186 (Max. Occupancy: 10)
  • APP 187 (Max. Occupancy: 20)

Rooms listed above are available through University Housing after 6:30 p.m. on weekdays and from 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. on weekends.  For reservations during regular business hours please contact The Honors College .

Appalachian Hall also offers the following conference room:

  • APP 085 (Max. Occupancy: 30)

John E. Thomas Hall offers one conference room:

  • JET 357 

Priority Scheduling for Appalachian Hall

Priority for the use of academic facilities, including Appalachian Hall, is given first to University classes and second to programs and activities directly related to the University.  This includes offices, departments, and/or schools at Appalachian State University.  Priority is given in the following order for Appalachian Hall seminar rooms:

  • The Honors College classes
  • Classes outside of The Honors College
  • The Honors College meetings and events
  • University Housing meetings and events, including Hall Council, Residence Hall Association, National Residence Hall Honorary, and Resident Assistant Council
  • Residents and partners of the Honors & Engagement Village meetings and events
  • Other on-campus student, faculty, and staff meetings and events

Priority is given in the following order for Appalachian Hall 085 only:

  • University Housing meetings and events, including Hall Council, Residence Hall Association, National Residence Hall Honorary, and Resident Assistant Council
  • The Honors College classes
  • Classes outside of The Honors College
  • The Honors College meetings and events
  • Residents and partners of the Honors & Engagement Village meetings and events
  • Other on-campus student, faculty, and staff meetings and events

For those scheduling class times, please remember to book your exam time when booking your class time for the semester.


A/V Equipment

Appalachian Hall is equipped with smart classroom technology.  Equipment may be used when a room is reserved.  Users are responsible for any damages which occur during the reservation period.  Podiums that house the smart classroom technology are not to be moved due to the potential for damaged equipment.  The person making the seminar room reservation will be charged for any damages that occur during their reservation period.

 

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Contact Us

Rm. 321, John E. Thomas Hall
P.O. Box 32111
287 Rivers St.
Boone, NC 28608

Phone: (828) 262-2160
Fax: (828) 262-2945

Email: housing@appstate.edu