Meeting & Event Reservation

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****KN95 masks will continue to be required in all classroom settings, including shared laboratories and other instructional spaces. This measure remains in place out of an abundance of caution, given the increased density over a prolonged period of time in many instructional settings. Instructors may continue to remove their masks while teaching, provided they maintain 6 feet distance from others.


Guidelines for Reserving Room Managed by the Engineering Dean’s Office

Before requesting conference rooms in the Jeong H Kim building and A. James Clark Hall, we ask that you adhere to the following updated strategies in accordance with campus COVID guidelines.

  • Wearing masks – though they are not required, fully vaccinated people are welcome to wear masks if they choose
  • Holding meetings online (e.g., by Zoom)
  • Selecting a larger meeting room that allows participants to spread out
  • Providing hand sanitizer in meeting spaces and common areas
  • Encouraging hand washing
  • Encouraging people to stay home when sick
  • Following current CDC guidance on cleaning and disinfection

Policies and Procedures for the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building (KEB) Reservable Spaces

The reservable spaces within the KEB are Pepco Seminar Room 1105, Kay Boardrooms 1107 and 1111, and Kim Rotunda are available for use only by individuals or organizations within the University of Maryland College Park.

First priority is given to meetings or events sponsored by the President’s Office, Dean’s Office, and the School of Engineering. Meetings and events sponsored by other units within the University of Maryland College Park are scheduled on a first come, first served basis.

RESERVATION POLICIES (Failure to comply with the following policies may result in fees (up to $100.00) to your department and/or the inability for the responsible party to make subsequent reservations.)


In order to reserve a room in the KEB, a Faculty or Staff member must complete the Reservation Form prior to the intended meeting/event. A departmental KFS number must be provided; accounts will only be charged in instances when policies are not followed.

Requests for the computer lab reservations, please contact Gabrielle Barnhart at 301-405-4908 or

Classes are not permitted within the reservable spaces. Any class scheduling must be done through the University Scheduling Office.

Student Use

Students or student organizations who wish to use the reservable spaces must procure sponsorship for their meeting/event from an advisor, faculty member, or staff member within their department. The sponsor must then fill out the form on behalf of the student or student organization. By filling out the form, the sponsor agrees to assume responsibility for the meeting/event and will be held to the rules and restrictions within our policies.

Advance Reservations

Meetings/events may be scheduled up to 4 weeks in advance. Exceptions to this rule include Clark School colloquiums, seminars, and lectures (recurring meetings, such as general body meetings, do not fall into this category).

Holds and Cancellations


Cancellations of meetings/events must be made at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled start time.


Engineering IT audio/visual assistance and equipment may be requested through the Reservation Form. Please note that EIT services are not available outside of normal business hours (8:30am-4:30pm, Monday through Friday). If you require A/V assistance or equipment after hours or on the weekend, please contact EIT prior to your meeting/event at 301-405-1634 or

Conference Room Access

Card swipe access will be granted by your University ID. In the event you are given a key it must be returned to the Dean's Office at the conclusion of your meeting/event. If your meeting/event ends after business hours, you must return all keys to the appropriate office by 10:00am the following weekday. Failure to return keys will result in a charge of $30.00 per key to your department.


The Dean’s Office does not validate parking! For any parking related questions, please contact your unit parking coordinator or the Department of Transportation Services (DOTS) at 301-314-7275.


The Kim Building exterior doors are open from 6:30am-8:00pm, Monday through Friday. If your meeting/event is being held outside these hours or during the weekend, please email building security at: (link sends e-mail).



Rooms (click below to expand)

       ▸   Pepco Seminar Room (1105)

       ▸   Kay Boardrooms (1107 & 1111)

       ▸   Rotunda / Innovation Hall of Fame (IHOF)



If you require additional furniture, need furniture removed from the rooms, or assistance with furniture set up and breakdown you must contact Facilities Management at 301-405-2222 regarding event furniture and services.

Room furniture is NOT to be removed from assigned rooms by anyone other than Facilities Management Staff.

If you wish to arrange the furniture in an alternative configuration, it must be done utilizing ONLY the furniture present in that room and must be returned to normal configuration.

Any furniture required for hallway use (such as registration tables) must be provided by the individual holding the meeting/event or by Facilities Management.


Following current CDC guidance on cleaning and disinfection in spaces that are department “responsibilities”, we ask that you contact Doris Climes (KEB), (link sends e-mail) for cleaning and disinfecting after your event/meeting or FM Bldg Srvc at 301-405-2222.

All reservable rooms must be cleaned after use. Failure to comply with the following will result in a charge of $100.00 to your department.

  • ALL DEBRIS MUST BE REMOVED from the room. Including emptying the trash cans and bringing trash out to the dumpster between the Kim Building and IDEA Factory
  • Tables and credenza wiped down (using available wipes)
  • All tables and chairs returned to original configuration. White boards erased/wiped down
  • A/V equipment turned off

Alcohol Policy                                         

Alcoholic beverages are not permitted within the Kim Building or in the plaza unless provided and served by Dining Services or a Dining Services approved vendor. Please visit for more information.


Please visit for sidewalk chalking guidelines.


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