Alcorn’s Department of Finance and Administration shares Rental and Usage Policy and Procedures

Alcorn State University’s Department of Finance and Administration is drawing attention to important matters concerning the use of its buildings.

The University facilities are primarily available for programs offered by and intended for the campus community. As a public institution, the University also seeks to reach out and be accessible to the larger community. To the extent that space is available, the University may allow community groups, individuals and other organizations to utilize limited, designated spaces in certain campus facilities for purposes compatible with the University’s mission and strategic goals.

Carolyn DuPre’, vice president for Finance and Administration, gave specific details about the dos and don’ts of the policy.

“The purpose of the facility policy is to set priorities for facilities usage and establish user fees associated with event management and facility usage,” said DuPre’. “Activities shall in no way violate the purpose, property, policies, procedures or regulations of the University, state or federal laws. Permission to use a facility does not imply endorsement, sponsorship, or support by the University of the views, opinions or programs of the users or the University facilities.

The policy and procedures apply to facilities usage on the main campus, Natchez and Vicksburg campuses. This must be done in addition to the University building clearance form that is currently facilitated through the Office of Student Engagement.

For more information, visit Alcorn’s webpage and view the Facilities Rental and Usage Policy. Individuals, groups, and organizations may also submit Request for Use of University Facilities on the University website.

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