Reservation and Use of Space at VCU

Resources for Reserving Space

This page has been developed as a resource for individuals and groups that are planning on reserving space at Virginia Commonwealth University. VCU supports free expression and the open sharing of thoughts and ideas.

Please note, this information has been developed as a guide and does not include all University Policies. Information in this guide has been adapted from Reservation and Use of Space.

Event Planning for University Groups

VCU offers a multitude of new, newly renovated and historical spaces on both the Monroe Park Campus and the MCV Campus. VCU faculty, staff, and students can use Virtual EMS, our central scheduling system, to book campus spaces including classrooms, conference rooms, theaters, outdoor meeting spaces and more.

Event Planning for Non-University Groups

Please refer to section II.B.3 of the Reservation and Use of Space policy and the FAQ, "How is this policy applicable to non VCU-affiliated persons?" for information about reserving the Park Plaza. Unless invited by a VCU department or student group, a non-university member may reserve the Park Plaza no more than five days in advance of the desired date of use. The Park Plaza is generally available for one-hour periods from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday while regular classes are being held. The Park Plaza is not available if the university is closed or if classes are not held, for example during breaks, reading days, or exam periods. Consult the university‚Äôs academic calendar for relevant dates. The Park Plaza is the amphitheater marked by large VCU letters located on Park Avenue to the east of the Singleton Center (922 Park Ave.) and across the intersection from the Moseley House (1001 Grove Ave.). To reserve the Park Plaza, complete the Park Plaza Reservation form.


View our page of Frequently Asked Questions regarding the policy.

Annual Report

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