Reservable Spaces

St. John Fisher College offers a wide variety of spaces suitable for meetings, special events, conferences, and more.

Campus Center

Available Spaces

COP Conference Room in the Donald E. Bain Campus Center.

COP Conference Room in the Donald E. Bain Campus Center.

  • Mainstage
  • Lower Atrium/Lobby Tables (6 slots)
  • Upper Atrium
  • SGA Conference Room
  • COP Conference Room
  • Conference Room 3

Building Hours

  • Sunday: 2 p.m. - midnight
  • Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - midnight
  • Friday: 9 - 1 a.m.
  • Saturday: 2 p.m. - 1 a.m.

Policies

  • All requests must be submitted via the Event Reservation form to the Events and Conferencing Department. A reservation is not guaranteed and will not be complete until a confirmation is sent.
  • A minimum advance notice of two working days is required for all reservations.
  • All groups must adhere to the policies and procedures set forth by the Events and Conferencing Department as well as campus policy.
  • In general, the Campus Center is reserved for student-centered programming and activities, but is open for the campus community to reserve.
  • Building/event hours may be extended to 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings with approval of the Office of Campus Life. Overnight hours may be granted with approval.
  • Persons using the space are responsible for leaving the room in a neat and orderly state. Persons who leave a disorderly room or cause damage will be liable for a service charge for resetting or repairing the room in addition to any normal charges that would be applicable. Continual misuse of the facility may result in restriction of privileges.*
  • No credit-bearing courses can be held in the Campus Center at any time.
  • Technical needs must be submitted to the Media Center at least 48 hours in advance of the event.
  • Food service must be provided or authorized by Dining Services in accordance with health code.

*Please note: The student organization sponsoring the event may be held responsible for any damages to a room or equipment. In cases where off-campus guests have been invited to attend the event, the sponsoring organization is responsible for the care and safety of all campus residents and their guests at these events and should be prepared to discuss a security plan at this meeting.

Classrooms

Available Spaces

General lab classroom.

General lab classroom.

  • Basil Hall
  • Kearney Hall
  • Pioch Hall
  • Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Building
  • Skalny Science Center
  • Athletic Center
  • Wegmans School of Pharmacy
  • Wegmans School of Nursing

** Building hours may vary according to request.

Policies

  • All requests must be submitted to the Events and Conferencing Department. A reservation is not guaranteed and will not be complete until a confirmation is sent.
  • Academic courses have first priority in classroom space.
  • Faculty requesting a classroom change for full semester academic classes should submit their request to the Registrar's Office.
  • All groups must adhere to the policies and procedures set forth by the Events and Conferencing Department as well as campus policy.
  • Persons using the space are responsible for leaving the room in a neat and orderly state. Persons who leave a disorderly room or cause damage will be liable for a service charge for resetting or repairing the room in addition to any normal charges that would be applicable. Continual misuse of the facility may result in restriction of privileges.
  • Food service must be provided or authorized by Dining Services in accordance with health code.
  • Technical needs must be submitted to the Media Center at least 48 hours in advance of the event.

Library

Available Spaces

Lavery Library

Lavery Library

  • L-100: Hands-on classroom/computer lab. ITEC-equipped with 25 student PCs, projector, and printer. Used primarily for Library Instruction classes. Other uses of the room include workshops and training sessions requiring computers, after first eight weeks of semester. No full-semester courses may be scheduled in L100. Open for student use as a computer lab when not reserved. Room capacity is 35 people maximum.
  • L-101: Classroom/Conference room. ITEC-equipped with projector. Lecture-style setup for 18. Catering table in place. Open for student use when not reserved. Room capacity is 20 people maximum.
  • L-215: Conference room – located in Library Director's Suite. No ITEC equipment, but contains speaker phone. Board-style setup for 10.  Catering table in place. Room capacity is 15 people maximum.
  • L-305: Conference room – located on Quiet Floor. ITEC-equipped with projector. Board-style setup for 16. Room capacity is 18 people maximum.
  • L-315: Conference room – located on Quiet Floor. No ITEC equipment. Board-style setup for 12. Catering table in place. Room capacity is 15 people maximum.

Click a room number above to view its schedule and availability.

Building Hours

Hours vary during College holiday breaks, summer, and intersession.

Policies

  • All requests must be submitted via the  to the Events and Conferencing Department. A reservation is not guaranteed and will not be complete until a confirmation is sent.
  • A minimum advance notice of two working days is required for all reservations.
  • All groups must adhere to the policies and procedures set forth by the Events and Conferencing Department as well as campus policy.
  • Persons using the space are responsible for leaving the room in a neat and orderly state. Persons who leave a disorderly room or cause damage will be liable for a service charge for resetting or repairing the room in addition to any normal charges that would be applicable. Continual misuse of the facility may result in restriction of privileges.
  • Food service must be provided or authorized by Dining Services in accordance with health code.
  • Technical needs must be submitted to the Media Center at least 48 hours in advance of the event.
  • Need the library's mobile SMART Board? Review the SMART Board Reservation Procedures [pdf], then fill out the online form.

Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Athletic Center

Available Spaces

Varsity Gym set up for large event.

Varsity Gym set up for large event.

  • 101 (classroom)
  • 102 (classroom)
  • Varsity Gym
  • Fieldhouse - Courts 1-4

Building Hours

  • Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
  • Saturday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Sunday: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Policies

  • The Athletic Department scheduler oversees and approves all athletic facility usage and schedules. Each event is considered individually so there may be exceptions to this general procedure.
  • No individual student can reserve a space in the athletic facility. During operational hours, one court will remain open for recreation. The fitness center is available to the general student population.
  • Captains of teams cannot reserve a space for a captain's practice in the off-season as this is against NCAA policy.
  • All requests must be submitted via the Event Reservation form to the Events and Conferencing Department. A reservation is not guaranteed and will not be complete until a confirmation is sent.
  • Academic courses have first priority in classroom space.
  • Persons using the space are responsible for leaving the room in a neat and orderly state. Persons who leave a disorderly room or cause damage will be liable for a service charge for resetting or repairing the room in addition to any normal charges that would be applicable. Continual misuse of the facility may result in restriction of privileges.
  • Food service must be provided or authorized by Dining Services in accordance with health code.
  • Technical needs must be submitted to the Media Center at least 48 hours in advance of the event.

*Note: The period of time preparing for, during, and after the Buffalo Bills Summer Training Camp, the entire athletic facility is closed and not available for any type of scheduling. Typically this runs from Early July thru Labor Day.