Facility Request Form
Request Guidelines
University Recreation Reservations will respond to all requests within three business days, as time and the reservations team workload allows.

Reservations of an activity/field space will be required to give at least 4 weeks' notice prior to the event start date. Any late or last minute requests (5 business days not including holidays or closures) will be handled on a case by case basis as time and the reservations team workload allows.

Reservations of meeting spaces will be required to give at least 1 weeks' notice prior to the reservation start date. Any late or last minute requests (5 business days not including holidays or closures) will be handled on a case by case basis as time and the reservations team workload allows.

If you have questions regarding the status of your request, please contact the University Recreation Reservations team via email at urec-reservations@ncsu.edu or by phone at 919-513-3889.

Event Information
Organization Name
Your answer
Organization's Affiliation to the University
Primary Contact Name
First and Last
Your answer
Primary Contact Phone
Your answer
Primary Contact Email
Your answer
Billing Contact
Your answer
Billing Address
Your answer
Billing Preference
Name of Event
Name as you would like it to appear on the reservation
Your answer
Description of Event
Provide a brief description of your event
Your answer
Proposed Event Itinerary
Include a timeline of activities for your event (including set-up/break-down)
Your answer
Date of Event
MM
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DD
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YYYY
Event Start Time
Time
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Event End Time
Time
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Multiple Day Requests
Note event start and end time for each day of the request
Your answer
Expected Attendance
Please include both spectators and participants
Your answer
Rental Type
Submit multiple space requests in separate submissions (IE. a request for an Activity Space and a Meeting Space)
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