Reminder About Ground Use Permits
June 4th, 2012 - Filed under: News
With population growth on campus comes an influx of additional events and activities here at the University. To prevent overlap of activities and ensure best use of campus space, the University has a procedure in place called “The Grounds Use Permit Process.” All departments, student organizations and exterior groups or individuals are required to comply with Ground Use Permit policy.
In order to reserve any outdoor space at the University, a Grounds Use Permit (GUP) must be submitted 10 days prior to the event in order to gain approval for the activity and requested outdoor space. After a team from various offices across campus reviews the GUP, it is then sent to the assistant vice president of facilities and grounds for final review and approval. After approval, a confirmation letter coupled with an approved GUP will be emailed back to the requestor in a timely manner.
The process is simple and can be navigated and submitted online. To find the link to permit submittal as well as a list of frequently asked questions and answers, go here. Further questions may be directed to Donna McCray, operations manager for facilities and grounds, at 348-6777.
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