Use of Buntrock Commons space is determined by procedures established by the Director of the Commons. In general, the use of space, and appropriate fees for usage of space, will be tied to the role the organization plays in advancing the mission of the College. Guidelines have been established for priority regarding use of public space, fees related to use, student office space, vendor and solicitation relationships, non-campus organizations, sale of items and other relevant concerns related to the use of the Commons.
Priority of Use
In most cases, users of the Commons will be granted space in order of the following priority:
- St. Olaf students, faculty, staff, and emeriti.
- Other college related friends: e.g. alumni and parents
- General public: e.g.,local businesses and organizations, local churches, civic groups and schools
Buntrock PDF Maps:
Rooms with restrictions
Norway Room: Is only available for special events/receptions/etc. with approval from the Buntrock Commons Director. All requests should be submitted through the R25 Scheduling Program. Caf tray use is prohibited
Heritage Room: The Heritage Room will be designated an experimental Faculty/Staff/Emeriti community space from February 9 through May 22, 2015 between 9am and 3pm. Meals or food are permitted; is expected that users remove their own refuse. It is also only available for special events/receptions/etc., with approval from the Buntrock Commons Director. All requests should be submitted through the R25 Scheduling Program. Such requests, upon review, may take precedence over daily community space. Users are expected to check the schedule posted outside the room for any scheduling anomalies.
Fireside Lounge: The Fireside Lounge is a non-reservable space. It is a gathering space for all current St. Olaf students. Collection boxes are allowed.
Student Organization Support
The Lion’s Pause