Reservations

To inquire about date availability and/or to make a reservation, contact Gonzaga University Campus Services at (509) 313-6852.

If an event date is agreed upon, you will be granted a tentative reservation. Within 10 business days (Monday-Friday) after the date that the tentative reservation is granted, you must sign and return a usage agreement along with a $500 deposit. If the usage agreement and deposit are not received by the 10th business day, the tentative reservation may be canceled. When your event is confirmed you will be mailed an "Event Guide" that provided information and diagrams about the facility.

The $500 deposit is required to secure the reservation as well as cover any additional charges assessed at the conclusion of the event for damage, cleaning, and event overtime hours. If the booking-party cancels the event after the Usage Agreement is signed, this deposit will be forfeited as liquidated damages. In the unlikely event that Gonzaga University cancels the event, this deposit is fully refundable. Any charges, as determined solely by Gonzaga, for damages, cleaning, and overtime hours will be deducted from this deposit and the remainder refunded. If this deposit is not sufficient to cover the additional charges, they will be added to the final invoice.

At least 90 business days (Monday-Friday) prior to the event, you will need to submit:

  1. Written confirmation of group liability insurance with a coverage of at least $100,000.
  2.  Check with your insurance agent. You may be covered under your homeowner's policy. 
  3. Prepayment equal to the total estimated charges. 


Failure to submit proof of sufficient liability insurance coverage or the prepayment may result in the cancellation of the event and forfeiture of the deposit. After the conclusion of the event, an invoice will be sent if there is an outstanding balance (total charges less the prepayment and deposit).

Any final payment is due 10 business days of receipt of the final invoice. After 10 business days, the final payment is considered late and may be subject to finance charges (12% per annum). After 90 days, the outstanding balance may be turned over to collection.