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Ricker Dining Hall


Location Ricker Dining Hall
Available Seating 17 rounds with 6 chairs each, 4 squares with 14 chairs
Floor Carpet
Lighting No stage lighting - normal ceiling light fixtures
Piano Yes
Sound System No
Projection Screen No
Daylight Windows
Reservations maryg@stanford.edu

What are the general policies/restrictions for this space?

Only available for performances Fridays and Saturdays.  Must be left the same way found.  There is a fee for renting the space.
This space is a nut-free-zone.

What requirements are there for maintenance of this space?

Individual(s) using the space is responsible for cleaning and leave it and the furniture the same way found.

What is the procedure for students to access the space/enter the building?

A Dining Service Supervisor or representative must be hired, at a rate of $25.00 per hour, for events in the Dining Rooms.  The supervisor will be on site to monitor the event only.  The dining facility is only available Fridays and Saturdays.

What are the set-up/take-down requirements?

The room will need to be left same way found.  Tables arranged in order, cleaned, and all trash taken out of buildings.

What is the policy on alcohol and/or fire use?

Alcoholic beverages are prohibited from being possessed or consumed in all R&DE Stanford Dining Halls, adjacent meeting rooms, outside seating and patio areas. University Dining staff can deny admission access to anyone who is deemed to be overly intoxicated by the Dining Management staff. Fire is also not allowed at anytime.

What is the policy related to noise? What are the quiet hours?

All events need to get approval from the RF.  Noise (inside or outside) must be discontinued no later than 1:00 a.m. on weekends (Friday and Saturday).

Are there any fees associated with this space?

Yes, rental fee depends on number of guest involved.

What kind of additional work orders (ELS, Custodial) need to be filed?


Is there a calendar visible to those wanting to reserve the space?

Not at this time.

What is the reservation policy/system in place? How can students reserve the space?

Students interested in reserving this space should e-mail their reservation requests to maryg@stanford.edu.
After discussing available dates and times, students will be given the policies and procedures, along with a reservation form.

Can the space be reserved by individuals? Can the space be reserved by student groups?

Yes the space can be reserved by both individuals and student groups.

Can students make multi-day reservations?


Is there any sort of reservation priority for certain students/groups?

FroSoCo residents have priority, then all other bookings are on a first come first serve basis.

Is the space wheelchair accessible?


Do you have a website and/or documents with more information?

Not at this time.  Please contact maryg@stanford.edu for more information.
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