Display Areas & Information Tables

Display Areas & Information Tables

Display cases in the University Center, poster display areas in the Student Center and banner display areas in the Student Center and around campus may be reserved by chartered student organizations and university departments to promote university activities.

Information tables on the Library Plaza are also available for use by chartered student organizations and university departments.

Tables on the General Classroom Plaza may be reserved for selling or promoting products and services. See Commercial Solicitation for more information.

All posting on campus must be in compliance with university posting guidelines. For advertising and posting policies, including information about the display of flyers and table tents and the distribution of handouts, newspapers and magazines within the Student*University Center, see Advertising & Posting.

For more information about reserving display areas and information tables, contact the Reservations Office, 345 Student Center, scucevents@gsu.edu or 404-413-1870.

Display Cases

  • Three reservable display cases on the third floor of the University Center near the Information Center and across from the University Bookstore entrance may be reserved by chartered student organizations and university departments to promote university activities. These display cases are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis by completing a Display Case Reservation Request Form, available in the Reservations Office.
  • Display cases are reserved for one week from Monday to Monday and may not be reserved for two consecutive weeks.
  • Materials for display in cases may be installed any time from 12 p.m. Monday to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the beginning of the reservation period. Materials may be installed by contacting the Reservations Office between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday-Friday.
  • A reservations staff member will unlock and lock display cases for installation and removal of items.
  • If materials are not installed by 4 p.m. Tuesday of the reservation period, the reservation will be considered a “no-show.” Any organization or department that fails to utilize a reserved display case without submitting a written cancellation form will have its access to display cases restricted for six months.
  • Materials for display must be in the display case. Materials cannot be taped, tacked, glued or affixed to the outside of the display case.
  • Materials must be removed from display cases no later than 12 p.m. Monday at the end of the reservation period. Materials not removed by that time will be removed by Student*University Center staff, and a $10 removal fee will be assessed. Items removed by Student*University Center staff may be discarded. The Student*University Center is not responsible for any materials that the organization failed to remove within the assigned reservation period.
Easel Poster Display Area

  • An easel display area on the lobby level of the Student Center is available for reservation by chartered student organizations and university departments for larger displays promoting university activities. This space is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis by completing a Poster Easel Placement Request Form, available in the Reservations Office.
  • Due to fire code regulations, easels cannot be used in hallways or outside office suites.
  • Easel display space is reserved for one week from Monday to Monday and may not be reserved for two consecutive weeks. Only one poster per location, per organization may be reserved.
  • Easels can be reserved for day-of-event information.
  • Reservations staff will place easels and posters. Posters must be delivered to the Reservations Office two business days prior to reservation date and will be marked with an approval sticker on the back. Posters displayed without an approval sticker will be immediately removed.
  • Minimum poster dimensions are 24 inches wide by 24 inches tall; maximum dimensions are 30 inches wide by 36 inches tall. Posters must be printed on poster board or have substantive foam core backing.

Banner Display Areas

  • Indoor and outdoor banner display areas on campus may be reserved by chartered student organizations and university departments to promote university activities.
  • Banners may not be attached to any other university facilities (buildings, trees, doors, light poles or walls). Special requests for the installation of banners on other campus locations must be made in writing to the Student*University Center Director. These requests must outline the need for the banner, the banner size and the location requested.
  • Banner space is reserved for one week from Monday to Monday and may be renewed for one additional week if space is available. Banner space will not be reserved for less than one week. Banners should not be created until the organization has received a reservation confirmation. Reserved banner space may not be reassigned to any other organization.
  • Indoor banners will be hung and removed by Student*University Center staff.
  • Outdoor banners may be hung by the organization or department at any point after 12 p.m. Monday at the beginning of the reservation period and must be removed by 12 p.m. Monday at the end of the reservation period. Materials not removed by that time will be removed by Student*University Center staff, a $10 removal fee will be assessed and the banner will be discarded.
  • Banner space is located in the public indoor and outdoor areas of campus and therefore may be subject to theft or vandalism. The Student*University Center is not responsible for the loss of or damage to any banner. Banners located in outdoor areas that become damaged or unsightly from weather damage may be removed and discarded.

Indoor Banner Locations
Second-floor railing above the Atrium Pre-Function Area in the Student Center

  • The second-floor railing above the Atrium Pre-function Area on the first floor of the Student Center is available to advertise activities and events occurring in the State Ballroom.
  • Banners in this location may be displayed the day of the event only and will be removed and returned to the client immediately following the event.
  • Maximum banner dimensions for this location are 8 feet wide by 3 feet tall. Banners must be professionally made and have 1-inch grommet holes to accommodate mounting ties.
  • All banners in this location will be hung and removed by Student*University Center staff. Banners must be delivered to the Reservations Office at least two business days prior to scheduled display date.

Second-floor railing above the Courtyard food court in the Student Center

  • Maximum banner dimensions for this location are 4 feet wide by 3 feet tall. Banners must be professionally made and have 1-inch grommet holes to accommodate mounting ties.
  • All banners in this location will be hung and removed by Student*University Center staff. Banners must be delivered to the Reservations Office at least two business days prior to scheduled display date.
  • All banners must be picked up from the Reservations Office within five days of removal. Failure to do so will result in a $10 special handling fee. Banners not picked up within two weeks of removal will be destroyed.

Outdoor Banner Locations
Courtland Street Fence/Library Plaza Entrance

  • Eight banner spaces on the Library Plaza fence are available for reservation by chartered student organizations and university departments.
  • To accommodate as many banners as possible on the fence, banner dimensions must not exceed 8 feet wide by 3 feet tall.
  • Banners should be attached to the fence with string or plastic connectors. No banner may be permanently attached to the fence.
  • It is imperative that banners be removed at the conclusion of the reservation period to allow other groups to publicize their programs and events.

Decatur Street Crossovers

  • Four banner display spaces on the Sports Arena crossover and the General Classroom Building crossover above Decatur Street are available for reservation by chartered student organizations and university departments. One banner may be hung from each side of each crossover railing.
  • Banners must be attached to the railing with string and must not extend below the crossover or damage or stain the railing or crossover. Organizations may be charged for any damage to or necessary cleaning of the crossover surface.

Information Tables

  • Information table spaces on campus are for the exclusive use of chartered student organizations and university departments for official university activities. Twenty information tables are available for use in Library Plaza, located between Pullen Library and Sparks Hall.
  • One table and two chairs may be reserved by completing a Reservation Request for Space Outside of the Student*University Center form available in the Reservations Office. Reservations must be completed at least one week prior to event date, and requests are confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Tables may be used between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily.
  • Additional materials, such as displays and equipment may be utilized with the approval of the Student*University Center Assistant Director for Center Services and must be requested at the time of the reservation. The Student*University Center cannot provide storage for any materials.