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Auxiliary Services

This office provides supervision and oversight to several services on campus including university owned apartment rentals, the Box Office, custodial services, facility set-up,parking enforcement and University Commons’ facility management.  Additionally, this office serves as the EMU liaison with Pioneer College Caterers and Follett Bookstore which is our university food service provider and university bookstore.  The Auxiliary Services Office also coordinates groups visiting campus for everything from wall climbing to large-scale meetings and catering, sporting events and occasional concerts.  Summer activity resembles the operation of a large hotel/conference complex.  Summer conference assistants (students) learn valuable skills as they assist in providing excellent customer service to the groups.

Box Office

The Box Office is located in the lower lobby of the University Commons and is open Monday-Friday from 10:30 am – 2:30 p.m. when tickets are on sale. To order tickets, either call (540) 432-4582 or visit the  website https://emu.edu/boxoffice/ for information on ordering tickets online.  If you want to have  tickets sold for an event you are holding, please contact the Box Office manager at (540) 432-4663.

Constituency Relationships

The advancement division staff welcomes student suggestions and cooperation in relating to the university’s diverse constituency. The division consists of Alumni and Parent Engagement and Development and Church Relations.

These departments coordinate the university’s brand and key messages professional image, conduct all fundraising for EMU including annual giving, capital campaigns for new and renovated facilities, endowment giving, and work with foundations and corporations for grant support. The advancement team also oversees community and church relations and continuously communicates with alumni, friends, parents and other supporters of the university, including the seminary and CJP. Advancement also implements a variety of special events, including planning for EMU’s Centennial in 2017-18.

As part of the advancement division, the alumni and parent engagement department coordinates Homecoming and Family Weekend, Parent and Alumni Councils, LovEMU Giving , annual fundraising initiatives including class reunion giving, parent and alumni giving programs and phone-a-thons, and various on and off-campus alumni events. Members of the development office engage alumni, parents and friends of the university to invite prayer and financial support to the university. Staff  assists donors in establishing or adding to endowed scholarships, and/or chair endowments. The church relations department fosters a healthy relationship with the Mennonite Church USA and other supporting denominations by providing opportunities for worship, leadership, continuing education, interaction and conversations. 

Sponsoring Speakers and Demonstrations

  1. EMU reserves the right to regulate the on-campus appearance of extra-curricular lecturers and guest speakers. Students are expected to reference a proposed invitation with their organization’s faculty or staff advisor.
  2. All students have a right to lawful and peaceful demonstrations provided they do not disrupt class work or other university business or create substantial disorder or invasion of the rights of others. Questions about this policy may be addressed (in advance of a planned demonstration) to the vice president for enrollment and student life.

Meeting Facilities

To reserve any of these spaces, call the Physical Plant at ext. 4390 except where specifically noted otherwise.

Room

Location of Room

Abbreviation

Purpose

Seats

Discipleship Center

Campus Hill

DC101

Multi-purpose

100

Lehman Auditorium

Lehman Auditorium

LA102

Large meeting area generally available from 7 pm - midnight

878

Lehman Board Room

Campus Center

CC301/CC302

Group meetings

12/room

Conference Rooms

Hartzler Library

LB303/LB304

Meetings

30/40

Martin Chapel

Seminary

SB215

Multi-purpose

145

Room 106

Science Center

SSC106

Multi-purpose w/stage

272

Classrooms

Science Center


Available when classes aren’t in session

30-272

Strite Conference Room

Campus Center

CC105

Multi-purpose

40

Common Areas

University Commons

UC100, UC100.1

UC200, UC200.1

Multi-purpose

100-200

President’s Reception Room

University Commons

UC201

Special occasions

Contact President’s Office to reserve

30

University Commons 211 & 212

University Commons

UC211/UC212

Conference rooms

16 each

Park Cabin

Park Woods

PC101

Multi-purpose

No running water, cooking stove or restrooms


For open air fires, the person planning the event needs to complete an “Open Air Fires-EMU Policy” form and check out a fire extinguisher and a bucket for water.  Contact Facilities Management  at 432-4390 for permission or  information.