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Name of person making request.
Name and phone number of person responsible for reservation.
Name of group or organization.
Date and time of event.
Description of room arrangement.
Equipment needed: microphone, lectern, piano (other equipment is available from Educational
Technology Services in the Richardson Library).
Please make any room cancellations at least 24 hours in advance.
Meeting Room Regulations
If candles must be used, they must be waxless.
Materials for making crafts (i.e., glue, glitter, etc.) are not to be used in meeting rooms.
No furniture, plants, etc., existing in the rooms may be moved without prior approval.
When hanging items on a wall or from the ceiling, use only an adhesive that can be removed completely and will
not cause damage of any type or leave a residue.
All decorations, tape, etc., should be completely removed by the group that has used them.
All groups using food and beverages must have approval of the food service management.
Irresponsible use of rooms or equipment could result in the cancellation of room reservations and/or a fine for any
Registration of an event on the University Calendar does not constitute a reservation for a room nor for campus
Lost and Found
The Lost and Found Department is located in the Facilities Coordinator’s Office in Moody Center and Campus
Post Office Boxes
Students should complete a fee sheet at the Business Office, usually done at the time of enrollment, and then
present the billed receipt to the HSU Post Office for a box assignment. The rental fee is $15 per semester and is
billed to your account. Post office boxes are located in the Moody Center and are available to all registered and
pre-registered students. All students living in a residence hall are required to have a campus mailbox. (New
Student Orientation participants will receive their box assignments with their orientation packets.)
Campus Post Office Services
The campus Post Office provides many services of the U.S. Postal System, including purchase of stamps and money
orders, priority and express mail services, certified and insured services, and mailing of packages. The campus Post
Office cannot accept payment for UPS or FedEx services but can be used as a drop off point (mailing point) for pre-
paid packages of those carriers.