Room Scheduling & Event Planning

The process for reserving a room will depend on the purpose of your request. These forms are for the Full-Time MBA program only.

MBAA Event and Room Requests

If you are an MBAA member seeking space for a club event (including club/committee meetings) use the MBAA Event & Room Request Form.  For detailed information on scheduling and planning an event, please refer to the MBAA Planning Guide (PDF).

Team Meeting Room Requests

Team meeting rooms in Miller Hall are specially designed and technologically equipped to facilitate group work, and priority is given to teams and groups over individual study. Reservations can be made through the Event Management System (EMS). Reservations must include your name or team number and the Group must be “CMason Students”. For more information, please read through EMS Instructions (PDF).

First floor team rooms on the Graduate wing are available exclusively to grad students, while team rooms on the Undergraduate wing are available exclusively to undergrads. First floor team rooms can be reserved from 5:00 pm – 2:00 am on weekdays and from 6:00 am – 2:00 am on weekends.

Lower level team meeting rooms are shared by graduate and undergraduate students at all times. Lower level rooms can be reserved through EMS from 6:00 am – 2:00 am seven days a week.

All room reservations can be made up to one week in advance and are restricted to a time limit of up to two hours at a time. You will need you set up your student account before can use this system. 

If you are still having problems with a reservation after reviewing the EMS Instructions (PDF), or have further questions regarding the EMS system, please contact the Miller Hall EMS administrator, [[m|dana.headden, Dana Headden]]. Dana is located at the desk at the front entrance of Miller Hall.

Room Reservations (Campus - Outside Miller Hall)
All spaces on campus outside of Miller Hall including the Sadler Center, Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre and Yates Field must be reserved through the Scheduling Office.