As an ECU student, you can book a room on campus for a range of purposes through the Campus Support Offices, including:
To book a room, you need to complete a 'Student Request for Use of ECU Facilities' form and submit this to the relevant Campus Support Office. This form needs to be authorised by your lecturer prior to submission. You can access the required form in the Download section on the right-hand side of this page.
Completed forms can be returned to the relevant Campus Support Office via email:
You do not need to make a booking to utilize the following:
Please respect ECU facilities by not eating and drinking in them. Do not alter the layout of any room and do not remove any furniture from the room. Please leave the space as you found it.
WAAPA’s practice rooms, rehearsal studios, ensemble studios and dance studios are available to WAAPA students to book for related coursework. As a WAAPA student, you have access to book eligible rooms based on your unit enrolment through the online booking system ECUSIS. Alternatively a computer is located in the lower foyer outside the Richard Gill Auditorium with direct access to ECUSIS, which is available via your student portal under 'Easy Logins'. Requests to book restricted rooms should be made to the WAAPA Operations Support Team in Room ML1.25 or by emailing WAAPAOperationsSupport@ecu.edu.au.
WAAPA rooms and venues are available for use from 7.00am to 11.00pm seven days a week, however bookings are essential for all rooms at all times. If you are in a WAAPA room without a booking, Security will ask you to leave regardless of whether you are a WAAPA student or not.
ECU rooms can also be booked by staff, external organisations and members of the community, for an event or function that is not related to the University’s core purpose, i.e. church groups, youth groups, craft associations, etc. There are costs associated with this type of booking. For further information, visit the Facilities Hire web page.
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