Contact Info

          Frank G. Pogue Student Center
          405 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA  16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2768
          Fax: (814) 732-2665

          Michelle Ritzel 
          Director of Campus Life and Leadership Development
          Office: 216 Frank G. Pogue Center
          Phone: (814) 732-2768
          Email: mritzel@edinboro.edu 

          Scheduling Priorities



          Edinboro University uses three different scheduling priorities in order to accommodate the needs of everyone interested in reserving space at the Pogue Student Center.  

          All groups are required to complete a Reservation Request Form as the first step in reserving space for an event.

          First Priority:

          The first priority designation for scheduling and use of the Student Center is for recognized student organizations, programs, and activities specifically for students and daily activities provided for the student population. A University student group is defined as one that is registered, with updated information that is current with the Campus Life Office, recognized by SGA, and recognized by the University. First Priority Groups ARE NOT CHARGED space rental fees.

          First Priority Groups:

          1. Programs sponsored by recognized student organizations
          2. Student Government Association
          3. Annual University-wide events (Homecoming, Greek Week, Commencement, Family Weekend)

          Second Priority:

          Second priority for space assignments in the Student Center is with University faculty, staff, and administrative groups, defined as those currently affiliated directly with the University. 

          Second Priority Groups ARE NOT CHARGED space rental fees. However, additional labor fees for complex set-ups involving special staffing and/or operator fees for sound/lighting/AV equipment may be charged.

          Second Priority Groups:

          1. Programs for students sponsored by academic or staff units of the University
          2. State government organizations
          3. Programs sponsored by academic or staff units of the University

          Third Priority:

          Third priority for space assignments is with non-University groups, defined as those not currently affiliated directly with the University. Third priority groups can reserve meeting rooms and programming space up to 12 months in advance.

          Third Priority Groups WILL BE CHARGED room rental fees and service fees for special set-ups, staffing for multimedia equipment operation, cleaning and/or after-hours access. Charges will be assessed regardless of attendance, location or admission/registration requirements. Direct costs for services such as parking, security, food services, etc. associated with the event may be charged. Third Priority Groups should contact Pablo Reyes at (814) 732-1738 in the University Advancement Office to reserve space, as additional paperwork and certificates of insurance are required.

          Third Priority Groups:

          1. Off-campus, nonprofit organizations
          2. Commercial, for profit organizations