Conference and Event Services supports Bridgewater State University meetings, programs, events, and conferences year-round. We're also responsible for recruiting, planning, supporting, and coordinating the University's summer conference program.
Our Staff --
To accommodate special requests and insure a quality event, Conference Office staff meet with program sponsors regarding event planning, sponsor expectations, room set-ups, food service, registration needs, custodial care, police presence, technical and audio-visual support, and fees.
When an event is sponsored by a recognized student organization, the Conference/Event Coordinator will contact the organization's assigned advisor in the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership.
Here are some of the programs we help to produce and direct:
Campus Center Open House, Fall Convocation, Homecoming and Family Weekend
Winter Commencement, National History Day, Career Service Job Fair, Chairmen's Dinner
Summer Conferences and Events
Volleyball Clinic, Kalia Karr Dance Recital, Rotary Club, L E A D, Scott, Foresman, Inc, Town Swimming Program, Orff Program, Arts for Youth, Town of Bridgewater 4th of July Celebration, Upward Bound, Project Contemporary Competitiveness (PCC), BSU Basketball Camp, BSU Volleyball Camp, BSU Football Camp, BSU Wrestling Camp, WGBH Summer Institute
Conference and Event Services is responsible for maintaining the University reservation system for all activities and programs, except academic classes and credit-bearing courses which are scheduled through the Registrar's Office. Our Reservations Office maintains a computerized reservations system and distributes event confirmations to program sponsors and service providers, as well as weekly events calendars to the campus community.
Activities which are not officially reserved through the reservations office will not appear on this events calendar, and consequently, information regarding these activities may not reach all the parties responsible for providing services for these activities.
Facility reservations are made by completing a Reservation Request Form and submitting it to the Reservations Office. This Form should provide all program details so that the appropriate space can be assigned if your first request is not available. No event should be advertised until the program sponsor has received confirmation that the space has been officially reserved for the event. For programs and events sponsored by a BSU department or organization, you may use our ONLINE EVENT RESERVATION REQUEST.
If you are an off-campus or external sponsor, and would like to contact our
office about using our facilities or need more information, please complete
the EVENT INQUIRY FORM.
When a social function is open to the public, involves more than 150 people, or the nature of the activity so indicates the need, a police officer may be assigned to the event. The Chief of Police shall be responsible for determining the appropriate assignment of officer for all events. The sponsoring organization shall be responsible for all charges.
Last Modified: September 21, 2010