Reservation and Event Information
Do you want to reserve space in Murray-Dodge Hall?
Rooms in Murray-Dodge Hall may be reserved by Princeton University departments and Recognized Student Organizations. Please fill out the Murray-Dodge Reservation form
Have you registered your event with the Office of Religious Life?
Recognized Religious Student Groups and Campus Ministries must register their event with the Office of Religious Life via the Student Group and Campus Ministry Campus Event Form. ORL approval of this form is necessary to reserve space in Murray-Dodge Hall or through University Scheduling.
Would you like to reserve space somewhere on campus other than Murray-Dodge?
Recognized Religious Student Groups and Campus Ministries can reserve space elsewhere on campus through University Scheduling
Funding for Recognized Student Organization Sponsored Events
The goal of the Office of Religious Life is to support vigorous and diverse religious life on campus, and to encourage dialogue, co-operation and mutual respect. We offer funding for events sponsored by recognized student groups that foster and exemplify responsible religious activity on campus, and offer opportunities for serious ethical reflection. Preference is given to events that strive to be inclusive, have a clear and statable purpose, use local resources, and are carefully budgeted well in advance. Please fill out the Request by a Student Organization for Financial Assistance
Funding for Individuals and the Fred Fox Fund
The Office of Religious Life offers partial funding for individuals students involved in community service projects or recognized religious-education programs, if and when such projects and proposals conform with the stated goal of the Office of Religious Life. Preference is given to proposals that include a substantial educational component.
The Office of Religious Life also administers funds intended to help students pursue cross-cultural experiences both domestically and abroad. We are pleased to do so via the Fred Fox Fund. Preference will be given to proposals that are conceived by the individual student and relevant to his or her course of study. The amount of money granted depends on the initiative, imagination, and clarity of purpose an individual exhibits in pursuing educational opportunities outside the formal university curriculum. To learn more about the Fred Fox Fund, please visit here.