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The Smith College campus provides a variety of spaces for college-related events as well as private, non-college events.

Request Space in 25Live for College-Related Events

The first step in planning an event is to request a space using 25Live. Click here to view a list of reservable spaces (pdf) for your type of event.

When requesting space in 25Live, please provide an accurate date and time and specify a location in order to secure your request.

Please note: The space is not reserved until you receive a confirmation.

Visit the Smith calendar to see what else is happening on campus during your event.

request resources in 25Live for College-Related Events

Resources for an event can be submitted at the same time you are requesting space, or you can return to your event form to add the resources after the space scheduler has confirmed your space; however, resources must be submitted at least two weeks before your event.

Publicize your EVent

When submitting your event in 25Live, you can request Five-College calendar or local media publicity for your event as a resource. Visit the News Office website for information on publicizing your event on the Gate, in eDigest.

Private (non-college) events

Members of the Smith College community may use campus spaces for private or personal events, like parties, wedding showers and meetings. Fees may apply and insurance may be required. Contact the Events Management Office when planning a large internal event, conference or reception; when sponsoring an event with an external organization; or when contacted by an external organization about planning an event.

Americans With Disabilities act

The Americans With Disabilities Act (Public Law 101:336) requires that activities and events that are open to the public be conducted in such a way as to not discriminate against those with disabilities. The types of activities and events that are covered by this law include theatre performances, concerts, lectures, sporting events and exhibitions. The Events Management Office will assist in locating an accessible space. Organizers of events are responsible for contacting the Office of Disability Services (extension 2071) for all special needs requests. Fees may apply.