The HUB

HUB Event Services (HUB EVS) is one of several units within the HUB department.

HUB Event Services prides itself in the flexible nature of its event spaces and the customer service provided to clients of the HUB. HUB EVS is responsible for managing all aspects related to meeting and event spaces and building supervision outside of office hours. Additionally, HUB EVS staff manage the Information services provided at the HUB Main Desk which include HUB Info Desk, HUB Lost & Found, HUB Ticket Office, and HUB Bulletin Boards.

The HUB, one of the most used meetings and event spaces on campus, has 2 small meeting rooms, 4 medium & 4 large meeting rooms, and large event spaces in the HUB Lyceum, Ballroom, Main Street, and HUB Lawn.

For the academic year 2015-16, HUB EVS received approximately 12,266 Availability Checks and processed and managed 5,461 confirmed meeting and event reservations.

HUB EVS Staff

HUB EVS is comprised of 6 professional staff and hires up to 50 student staff per quarter. The HUB is dedicated to providing employment opportunities to students to enhance leadership and work-related skills. HUB EVS offers students the opportunity to become specialists in processing reservations, event set up, event technology management, ticket sales & admission processing, and managing building operations after business hours and weekends, and much, much more.

Kysen Henderson, Supervisor of Information & Reservations
Paul Manka, Supervisor of Event Services Operations
Shalom Murphy, Assistant Director, HUB Events & Information Services
Anny La Torre, Event Services Coordinator
Mei-Chun Woo, Event Planning Supervisor

Student Building Managers

HUB EVS employs Student Building Managers (SBMs) that are responsible for facility management in the absence of HUB full-time professional staff. These periods include evenings, weekends, special events, holidays, and any other event. HUB SBMs have full authority to interpret and apply University and HUB policies and state laws (fire, alcohol violations, emergency evacuations, etc.). HUB SBMs have been trained by and have the confidence of HUB Administrative and Event Services staff to make decisions regarding all operations and events within the HUB while on duty.