The spaces listed below are available for student clubs and organizations and Barnard faculty and staff to request for events as indicated and Barnard's policies and procedures. Event spaces and classrooms are also available for events, activities, and meetings.
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Located in the center of campus across from The Diana Center.
The Altschul Atrium, located on the campus level of Altschul Hall, is a student lounge which is used for student events and activities in the evening. The room features lounge furniture, a foosball table, an air hockey table, and a video monitor.
The Tunnel Gallery, located across from the student mailboxes, is a public space available for month-long exhibitions related to student work and Barnard events. Detailed exhibition guidelines are available in Events Management.
The Diana Center opened in January 2010 and is located in the center of campus.
Liz's Place, located on the 1st floor of The Diana Center, is a café operated by Aramark. During the academic year, Liz’s Place is open Sunday from 3:00 PM until 11:00 PM, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM until 2:00 AM, and Friday from 8:00 AM until 8:00 PM. It is closed on Saturday. After business hours, Liz’s place is open as a casual gathering space.
The Millicent Carey McIntosh Student Dining Room, located on the 2nd floor of The Diana Center, is a bright space with lots of natural light. It features orange tables and red chairs which may not be removed from the room. Standard audiovisual equipment for this room includes an LCD projector, screen, PC or Mac laptop, sound system, and one wireless handheld microphone. Audiovisual Technicians are required to operate this equipment. The Student Dining Room is ideal for informal gatherings and casual meetings.
During the academic year, Events Management reserves the McIntosh Student Dining Room for events beginning at 7:00 PM, Monday through Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. Events using the McIntosh Student Dining Room - Standard Set-Up may begin at 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
The Judith Shapiro Faculty Room, located on the 2nd floor of The Diana Center, features a conference table, lounge furniture, lots of natural light, and view of Lehman Lawn. Standard audiovisual equipment for this room includes an LCD projector, screen, PC or Mac laptop, sound system, and one wireless handheld microphone. Audiovisual Technicians are required to operate this equipment.
The Judith Shapiro Faculty Room is available for faculty and staff use Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM and can be used for dining, meetings, and as a lounge space. After 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday, and on weekends, the space is booked by Events Management.
The Louise Heublein McCagg '59 Gallery (McCagg Gallery), located in 400 Diana, 4th floor of The Diana Center, has high ceilings and lots of natural light. The first priority use of this space is for student exhibitions coordinated by the Art History and Architecture Departments. Events Management reserves the gallery for other events. This space is not available for individual exhibitions.
The Green Roof, located on the 6th floor of The Diana Center, has views of campus and the surrounding neighborhood. The Green Roof is used both as a classroom and as an event space. There are red café tables and chairs on cement area that can be used for events. Please be aware that there are no restrooms on the 6th floor of the Diana Center. Both the Green Roof and the 6th floor lobby are scheduled through Events Management. A Public Safety Officer is required to staff public events held on the Green Roof. Charges may apply.
Elliott Hall is located at the corner of Claremont Avenue and 119th Street.
The Bella & Elsa S. Mehler Parlor (Mehler Parlor) is located on the 1st floor of Elliott Hall and is used for administrative meetings during business hours.
The Lehman Lawn is located in the center of the Barnard campus, in front of Barnard’s Wollman Library. It is ideal for tabling, concerts, receptions, and round table set-ups.
The Quad is located at the south end of campus and includes four residence hall buildings: Brooks Hall, Hewitt Hall, Reid Hall, and Sulzberger Hall. BC IDs are required for entrance into the residence halls. If non BC ID guests are invited to events in one of the Quad buildings, a guest list is required. Please give the list to Events Management 3 business days prior to the event. An event organizer must help identify guests at the Front Desk the day of the event.
The Arthur Ross Courtyard is located in the Quad. Small gatherings and receptions are ideal in this location.
The Weber Living Room, located in 118 Reid, 1st floor Reid Hall, is a recessed space accessible by a short staircase and a lift. It is scheduled for student activities and is ideal for student meetings and casual gathering.
The Jan R. and Marley Blue Lewis '05 Parlor is located on the 1st floor of Brooks Hall and is a reading room for quiet study.
The following areas may be requested for tabling (e.g. registration, student bake-sale, student club and organization activities): Barnard Hall Lobby; Jolyne Caruso-Fitzgerald ’81 Lobby (Main Lobby, The Diana Center); Lower Level Lobby (LL1) The Diana Center; 2nd floor Lobby The Diana Center; Lehman Walkway.
Scheduling Note: The Lower Level 2 (LL2) Lobby, just outside the Glicker-Milstein Theatre (GMT) in the Diana Center, is a programmable space. If a request has been submitted and approved for the GMT, the group approved to use the GMT automatically has priority in the LL2 Lobby one hour before, during and one hour after their GMT reservation time. Contact the Theatre Coordinator in Student Life to inquire about reserving the LL2 Lobby if you are not using the GMT.