There are a few separate calendars within the online calendar system, including the Law School calendar and the Students calendar. To view the Students calendar, you must first log in via the Intranet login link in the upper right corner.
The Law School calendar is the default or "public" calendar. Only those events that are open to the general public should be posted to that calendar. Events open to only law students should be posted to the Students calendar, not the Law School calendar.
The Students calendar is the calendar where activities and events hosted and sponsored by students and student organizations are listed. Events hosted by Law School administrative offices specifically for students are also listed on the Students calendar. Requests to publish an event to the calendar are done through the room reservation system.
Every event that is posted to the calendar must list a sponsor. In the "Request publishing event on the calendar" section of the room reservation system, select "Student Groups" from the drop-down menu and fill in the box that opens up.
For on-campus events: Students must use the room reservation to post an "on-campus" event on the calendar such as a student organization sponsored lunch talk. Complete the "Request publishing event on the calendar" section in the online room request form at the same time the room reservation is made.
For off-campus events: An event may be submitted for posting to the calendar even if it is held "off-campus." When filling out the room reservation portion in the online system, enter the venue name in the box for "Location" instead of checking the box to request a Law School room. Complete the "Request publishing event on the calendar" section and submit the request.
Alcohol events will not be approved for posting on the calendar until it has been approved by the Alcohol Oversight Committee in accordance with the Law School's alcohol policy.
Student organization pendaflexes are located in the basement of Legal Research, outside the Law School Student Senate office. Because mail and important administrative notices are placed in these pendaflexes, it is recommended they be checked on a regular basis. If your organization needs a pendaflex, notify the Office of Student Affairs.
Each fall, the Office of Student Affairs invites all Law School student organizations and students to participate in a Student Organization Open House. This is a great chance for groups to introduce themselves to students and encourage them to become members and participate in the organization's activities.
As student groups activate and deactivate, bulletin boards (located throughout the basement of Legal Research) are allocated and reassigned. As space is at a premium, groups must keep their boards current in order to maintain board space. Student groups that are newly recognized by the LSSS may bid for space through the Senate. If a board is not available immediately, that group will be placed on a waiting list for the next available board.