Academic space is defined as space in any building in which the dean of a college/school or an academic department chair is housed and any space used for academic classes/labs, regardless of location. Requests for these spaces are reserved by University departments online through the Office of the Registrar using 25Live.

Note: The Varsity Theater and Weasler Auditorium are shared locations between the Alumni Memorial Union and the Office of the Registrar and can only be reserved through the AMU Event Services Office.

Reservable Spaces

General Pool Classroom spaces are available for use by university departments and registered student organizations for non academic functions many of which are smart room capable.

A select number of restricted academic spaces are also available for campus use. Restricted spaces are Approved for use by the individual college/department housed in that building.

Request Space

Request Academic Space for Non Academic Functions

In some instances your event may require equipment and/or furnishings that are not included in the standard set up of a particular academic space. For delivery of tables & chairs or to have furnishings removed or relocated a Facilities Services Request should be submitted. 


The Alumni Memorial Union Event Services team is available to assist with all of your catering needs. Sodexo Dining Services is the preferred provider for catering at Marquette University. We invite you to visit the Catering site to view the MCity Catering Guide as well as all of their Guides designed to make your next catered event one of a kind. 

To ensure the success of your event the following guide should be followed:

Catering needs

Lead time

Food service menu requirements

10 working days

Custom Menu Requests

15 working days

Guest Count Guarantee

Five working days

Alumni Memorial Union Event Services Office
(414) 288-7202
AMU, room 245

Or contact your assigned Event Coordinator.

Guest Speaker Disclaimer Statement

Guest Speakers:  For events when you have an invited guest speaker participating, it is the responsibility of the event organizer to have the Guest Speaker Disclaimer read prior to the start of the event by a university representative.  Copies will be available at the Information Desk located on the 2nd floor of the AMU.

The 500-year tradition of Jesuit education is grounded in the search for truth, the discovery of knowledge and the sharing of diverse viewpoints. As an institution of higher education in the Catholic, Jesuit tradition, Marquette University is committed to freedom of expression and open inquiry, deliberation and debate. The views expressed here today are those solely of the speaker and not of Marquette University. The use of Marquette's facilities does not constitute an endorsement of the views expressed. Marquette University does not endorse any candidate for public office, political party, or referendum matters and no fundraising for these activities can take part at this event.