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Event occupancy guidelines for fall 2020

Some classrooms in Capitol Federal Hall will be available by reservation during the fall 2020 semester. However, it is important to note that classroom occupancies have been reduced. Only the rooms listed below will be available to reserve this semester.

 

Reservable spaces and availability

(updated Aug. 14, 2020)

Due to smaller classroom capacity, availability in Capitol Federal Hall is limited. Catering will not be allowed in the building this semester. The table below shows the classrooms that are available for reservation and their capacity limits. These spaces will be available only during specific times:

 

 

Please note: The space availability document does not account for necessary cleaning times between programs and classes. All in-person programs will need to include transition times. Those hosting or sponsoring in-person programs and events are responsible for sanitizing their reserved space at the conclusion of their event with the supplies provided in each classroom.

 

Room number Capacity limit
1020 52
1111 65
1120 19
1128 19
2001 30
2011 25
2045 22
2056 43
3001 21
3011 21
3015 30
3031 21
3035 17
3041 28
3047 15
3056 43
4001 25
4011 19
4015 30
4031 21
4035 29
4041 22

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