Virtual events remain the preferred option, and the campus should plan for this guidance to continue into the spring semester. Student organizations are required to hold all events virtually.
- Not sure where to start? Check out these Resources for Hosting Virtual Events, which include pointers for planning your event, an event checklist, and tips for hosts and presenters.
- Don’t be afraid to ask for help. The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) stands ready to work with you to determine the best platform for your virtual event, and the resources linked about provide step-by-step tips and tricks for planning and running your events. We encourage you to meet with a DoIT advisor about finding the right platform for your event; to schedule a meeting, please submit a Request Tracker ticket and someone will be in touch with you.
If an event cannot be hosted virtually, and campus stakeholders wish to seek authorization to host an in-person or hybrid event, they can submit an event exception request.