Request Meeting Spaces
Important Facility Notice:
The University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) is actively monitoring the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Please Note: UNO has new event guidelines. While we will be following the new approval process we will not be implementing other changes to our reservations until August 1. This includes making changes to existing reservations or taking future reservations that go beyond our current 6 foot distancing policies.
Eligible Groups and Events
The CEC has a set of criteria that qualifies groups and events to use spaces in the building. To uphold the CEC’s mission, vision, and values, all event requests will be reviewed and approved based on the proposed activity or type of event at the discretion of the CEC.
|Groups We Host||Groups We Do Not Host|
|Area non-profits||For-profit Businesses|
|Engaged UNO Groups||Social Fraternity Organizations|
|Community-based Groups||Social Sorority Organizations|
|Educational Institutions||Political Groups|
|Government Agencies||Individuals Seeking Office|
|Student-run, Engagement Groups|
|Events We Host||Events We Do Not Host|
|UNO Community Engagement Events||Weddings and Graduation Parties|
|Educational Events||Sorority/Fraternity Meetings|
|Government Sponsored Events||Retirement Receptions|
|Student Community Engagement Events||For-profit Events|
|Building Partner Events||Third-party Vendors Press Conferences|
Booking and Usage Policies
For more detailed information about our policies, including any of the following, please review the full Booking and Usage Policies.
- Booking and hold limits
- Parking reservations and policies
- Room configurations, set-up and re-set time
- Room condition policy
- Liability and damages
- Public safety, youth, and conduct
- Fliers for an event
UNO students are welcome to request a small meeting or project room for a one-time collaborative class project or study group, under the following guidelines:
- Reservation requests up to one (1) week in advance
- Limited to booking one (1) meeting/session
- Minimum requirement of three (3) students involved
- Requires name(s) of students and course number of class
- Maximum use is two (2) hours (may be extended in 2 hours blocks if available)
Reservations Process and Priorities
The following provides a summary of the reservations process and priorities. Please also review the eligible groups and events above.
Reservation requests are prioritized by date and in the following order:
- Building Partner Organizations
- Other UNO or External Community Organizations
Submit Your Reservation Request
All inquiries for space will require:
Detaileddescription of event
- Meeting start time
- Meeting end time
- Number of people
- Title of event
- Any parking needs
Guest Parking for Your Meeting or Event
Reservations for meeting or event parking should be made at the time of your meeting reservation request. Please direct your visitors for meetings and events to our Guest Parking. The CEC will do everything possible to reserve spaces for your event, however, parking in Lot E is not guaranteed and the parking attendant may issue instructions on where to park if parking is unavailable in Lot E at the time of check-in.
Lot E is staffed from 7 A.M. until 5 P.M. Monday through Fridays. No stalls can be reserved while the attendant is off duty, and the lot becomes a first-come, first-served visitor lot. If you intend to drop-off or pick-up guests by bus please contact Vanessa Rath, UNO Parking/Transit Manager, at 402-554-7277, email@example.com to make arrangements.
There is no reservation without written confirmation. If you do not receive a confirmation by email, the requesting group or organization is responsible for contacting the CEC to determine the status of the request.
Signed Reservation Agreement
Reservation Agreements are sent at the time of your confirmation and must be signed and returned, within two (2) business days after confirmation is delivered, or the reservation will be canceled.