Update APR 12 2018: EngSoc-affiliated Clubs and Ancillary Organizations (e.g. YNCN, Skule Nite) can now affiliate with ULife to be able to book rooms other than EngCom and GB202 directly through Academic and Campus Events, or ACE. The system will be available starting July 2018, after which EngSoc will not be able to book those rooms for Clubs and Ancillary Organizations. To affiliate with ULife, please apply at https://ulife.utoronto.ca/page/view/slug/apply as soon as possible. Note that this does not apply to Discipline Clubs, which should book rooms through their department or division.
EngSoc Project Directorships and some Associated Entities (i.e. Internal Reps and Spirit Heads, see Bylaw 2 Chapter 2) can book a room through EngSoc here. A variety of University of Toronto rooms and the Engineering Communications room (or "EngCom") are available for booking. EngCom is available for groups of up to 12 people and is equipped with a meeting table, a whiteboard, a television screen which can be used as a monitor, three computers, and a scanner.
- You are responsible for everything that happens in the room while it is booked, including other people's actions. - Do not bring any food or drinks into the room.
- Do not move furniture into or out of the room.
- Do not install software on the computers or modify the hardware setup of the computers. - Do not use the computers for illegal activities. Please note that torrenting can result in the internet connection being disabled. - Do not leave your things in the room when done. The room may only be used for storage if approved by the VP Communications. - Do not move any material belonging to a club.
Faculty Room Rules:
- Do not use the room's dedicated projector. You will likely be fined by the university.
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