*PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS A SHORTAGE OF ROOMS IN BRONFMAN.
Please contact your area secretary to book meeting room space. For event or classroom spaces please contact roombookings [dot] mgmt [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Bcom: Student groups, events or activities registered with the Management Undergraduate Society (MUS) contact office [dot] mus [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca to book space. Students that require to book spaces for academic or career related such as interview contact roombookings [dot] mgmt [at] mcgill [dot] ca If you are interested in one of the discussion rooms on the second floor, please contact the Saniford lab by dropping by.
Masters: Master students and student groups registered with the MBA student Council contact the Masters Programs office at mba [dot] mgmt [at] mcgill [dot] ca to book space.
PhD: All PhD students should contact the PhD Program office at phd [dot] mgmt [at] mcgill [dot] ca to book space.
All other student groups, events or activities registered with a McGill Students Society (SSMU) and not listed under the Management Undergraduate Society (MUS) or if you are outside the Faculty of Management you must contact:
Event Bookings: www.mcgill.ca/eventsbookings/apply
Events Coordinator, Accommodations and Conference Services at permits [dot] residences [at] mcgill [dot] ca (514-398-7687)
REQUEST FOR WEEKDAY BOOKING REQUESTS SHOULD BE MADE A MINIMUM OF THREE WORKING DAYS IN ADVANCE. ALL WEEKEND BOOKING REQUESTS MUST BE MADE TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE.
Meeting and Event Space booking
Please note that it is the responsibility of individuals booking the rooms to ensure that the rooms are tidied and that the furniture is correctly arranged upon completion of the event. Classrooms are only available when there is no course registered in the room.
Before placing your room request, please take a look at the room specification chart for room occupancy and equipment.
Classrooms 001, 002, 011, 045, 046
Classrooms 151, 178 and 179
Please see this link Rooms 200, 201, 202, and 245 for the layout of the 2nd floor. Open areas 200, 201 and 202, classroom 210 and conference room 245 are available to be booked when they are free, please contact roombookings.
If you are interested in one of the discussion rooms on the 2nd floor, please contact the Sandiford Lab by dropping by.
Classrooms 410, 422 and 423.