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CHICAGO - The Musical
Capital University To Present an Evening with Dennis Lehane
October 9 - October 12
Capital University Theatre presents: CHOCOLAT
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Student organizations and events are an integral part of student life at Capital University. Conference Services understands our students are busy, so we want to make planning your event as easy as possible.Keep in mind that all student events must first be approved by Student and Community Engagement before Conference Services can make any necessary reservations. Complete the student event planning form to get started. Once your event has been accepted by Student and Community Engagement, we will contact you to discuss the details.
Please submit this form at least two weeks prior to your event, or five weeks if alcohol will be served. Additionally, fill the form in detail to avoid prolonged approval process.
Required fields are marked with an asterisk.*
*Please click the Submit button once and wait a minute for the page to refresh*
**To reserve a vehicle through Public Safety, please call 614-236-6504 to schedule a driving test. If the event is off-campus, please supply the director of student involvement with
Contact the Office of Student Involvement for information on third-party vehicle rentals.
***Events where alcohol will be served must be planned wiht the director of catering at least five weeks in advance.
****Aetna Services and Public Safety Officers are required if your event:
*****Please keep in mind that students cannot sign contracts or any other legal documents on behalf of the University. Please have all contracts reviewed and signed by your budget manager and the director of student involvement. Contracts for $250 or more be approved by the dean of students.
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