Plan a Campus Event

If you are planning to hold a campus event and would like it to be included on the online events calendar please contact the coordinator of student leadership at least one week prior to the event. The student development and conference services offices reserve the right to approve or deny events. 


FURF an Event

The first step in planning a campus event is to submit a Facilities Use Request Form (FURF). This form allows you to communicate the nature of your event and if it requires use of campus facilities including room reservations, A/V use, tables, etc. It should be submitted at least two weeks before the event. Student Development, Conference Services and any other department that you are requesting services from has the right to deny your event. If your FURF is approved from ALL departments, you may proceed with your event.


To submit a FURF for an event:

  • Log-in with your student username and password
  • Click “Create a New FURF”
  • Fill out all necessary event information and click “Save FURF” or “Submit this FURF” if information is complete and ready for approval
  • On the main screen you may also review the FURF calendar and view any FURFs with active conflicts



All approved student organizations enjoy the right to advertise on approved campus bulletin boards. No advertisements, fliers, posters, etc., may, at any time, be placed on campus building windows, doors, or any painted surfaces. Bulletin boards are available in all buildings for the posting of fliers/posters.  All posted materials should be removed within 24 hours of the completion of the event. Please take responsibility for your event, including removing advertisements that are no longer applicable.


Covenant College Dance Guidelines

If the event you want to host is a dance, please take the following steps. First, submit a FURF explaining your event at least two weeks before your event, including location and any special requirements from other departments. Next, you will be contacted by the Coordinator of Student Leadership to discuss your event. The following guidelines are in place when hosting a dance:


  • Community involvement – open to faculty, staff, and students
  • Appropriate theme, decorations and music
  • One professional staff member is present for the entire event as a chaperone
  • The area used is left clean and in good condition


You may only proceed with your dance after you have met with and been approved by the coordinator of student leadership.

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