New: Campus Events Guidance - 7/20/21
Guidance for safely hosting in-person events on campus, Fall 2021.
A comprehensive, end-to-end guide for planning a campus event.
A linked list of campus venues with brief descriptions and links.
Recommended options for transportation to campus from Oakland or San Francisco airports.
Commonly-used catering options for campus events.
Maximum rates and restrictions for meals and refreshments.
The department's Events Coordinator serves two core functions:
- Coordinating the overall production of a select set of History-led events;
- Maintain the set of self-help resources to support the planning process and ensure compliance with policies ranging from campus, health and safety regulations, to federal law.
While this service does not provide end-to-end planning for all events affiliated with the department or its varied population, we are available to offer suggestions to make your event a success.
Publicizing History Events
History faculty, students, and affiliates may request to have events publicized through the department's website, calendars, email lists, and postings. Please email detailed event information to firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks before the event.
Hard copies of posters and flyers should be delivered to the department's main office, 3229 Dwinelle Hall. Please do not post anything in the department's common areas without first consulting department staff.
The department's events held in Dwinelle Hall are accessible for people who use wheelchairs or have mobility issues. The nearest wheelchair ramp to the department is located at the Ishi Court entrace on the north side of Dwinelle Hall. Upon entering, you may proceed by elevator to Level C (for 3335 and 3401 Dwinelle) or to Level G (for 370 Dwinelle).
Individuals or groups with additional accessibility concerns may contact department staff at email@example.com or (510) 642-1488.