Room Bookings Sample Clauses

Room Bookings. The Employer shall permit the Union to book University rooms through Room Bookings for business meetings of the Union at no cost.
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Room Bookings. The Employer shall permit the Union to book University rooms for meetings of the Union Executive and Union Contract Committee and General Membership meetings, subject to the prevailing internal regulations.
Room Bookings. The University shall permit the Union to book University rooms through Student Services for business meetings of the Union.
Room Bookings.  Lounges/Common Rooms: Must be booked with the Director, Associate Director, or Residence Life Coordinators. Bookings must be completed 24 hours before any gathering, party, or social event of 15 or more people.  Student Room Capacity: Must not exceed more than 10 people at any time (triple room suites in AVM have a capacity of 15 people). A student room is defined as the entire space assigned to a residence student, including enclosed kitchenettes and private washrooms.  Exceptions to Capacity Limits: Residents may request an exception to this capacity for a specific time period through the Residence Life Coordinator by completing a Facility Reservation Request. Bookings must be completed 24 hours in advance.  Room Bookings: Request for Booking Forms are available at the Xxxxxx X. Xxxxx, Pembina Hall, and University College Residence offices. All requests for more than 15 people in a common room/lounge and 10 people in a resident room will be reviewed by the Director, Associate Director, or Residence Life Coordinators.
Room Bookings. Lounges/Common Rooms: Must be booked with the Director, Associate Director, or Residence Life Coordinators. Bookings must be completed 24 hours before any gathering, party, or social event of 15 or more people. • Student Room Capacity: Must not exceed more than 10 people at any time (triple room suites in AVM have a capacity of 15 people). A student room is defined as the entire space assigned to a residence student, including enclosed kitchenettes and private washrooms.
Room Bookings. The University will permit the Union to book University rooms through Non- Academic Bookings for business meetings of the Union at no cost. ARTICLE MANAGEMENT RIGHTS The right to manage operations and to direct employees is retained exclusively by the University except as this Agreement otherwise specifies. Page
Room Bookings. 29.9.1 The Employer will make available to all employees, a room booking process, and will inform employees of this procedure via e-mail, through the internal website and on the bulletin board.
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