Conference Services and Meeting Space Reservations

CONFERENCE SERVICES AND MEETING SPACE RESERVATIONS


2020-21 UPDATES

Housing & Residential Education is not accepting reservation requests from any entity for in- person or tabling events for the Fall 2020 semester.

UNIVERSITY RESERVATION POLICY: ORANGE

Non-essential gatherings of 20 or more people should be cancelled or postponed. If the meeting or event can occur using remote technology, it should be held remotely. The risk of COVID-19 spreading at events and gatherings should be something that event planners have knowledge of, as defined by the CDC.

Process for Seeking Approval for In-Person Events:

  • In person gatherings of greater than 20 people in Moderate Level of Restriction (orange):
    • Needs Cognizant Vice President approval (why holding this event in-person is mission-critical to
      the University of Utah).
  • In person gatherings of less than 20 people in Moderate Level of Restriction (orange):
    • Needs Dean/Director, or Associate Vice President approval.

If approved by area leadership:

  • Event organizers/venues hosts should be prepared to use the COVID-19 Event Planning Template to develop a detailed plan for their gathering. This should include a budget plan to demonstrate the ability to pay for the required risk mitigation efforts, which full time staff member will be present during the event, and research on any other in-person events occurring on campus simultaneously.
UNIVERSITY RESERVATION POLICY: YELLOW

Additional information on in-person events when the university is in phase yellow will be released later this year.

DIRECTIONS, PARKING & HOURS OF OPERATION

HOURS OF OPERATION

The Peterson Heritage Center is open and staffed 24 hours day, seven days a week during the academic year.  Summer hours are seven days a week, 6 a.m. to midnight.  For general inquiries, please contact the PHC Information Desk: 801-587-2000

DIRECTIONS

Peterson Heritage Center - 151 Connor Road, Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Driving Directions

PARKING

Campus parking requires a permit which is available for purchase online at http://commuterservices.utah.edu/. Groups may purchase a Parking Lot Moratorium which would allow day visitors to park in a designated lot without a pass. This does not guarantee entire lot and does not include overnight parking.