The Office of Protocol and Events plays a large but silent role in many of the events that happen on and off campus. We have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions that will hopefully serve as a resource to answer any questions you may have.
- What type of event management and support services do you provide?
- I am an employee at OHSU and want to organize my own event - Where do I start?
- I am not affiliated with OHSU, but would like to host an event there - What do I do?
- My department would like to organize a fundraiser - Where do I start?
- What if I want to use a non-OHSU approved vendor?
- Is parking free on campus?
- I want to serve alcohol at my event - What are the rules?
- I need to reserve space for an event - How do I do that?
What type of event management and support services do you provide?
The Office of Protocol and Events will work with you in every facet to ensure that your event achieves its intended goal in coordination and presentation. We also offer an auxiliary of support services to ensure that your event runs smoothly and professionally.
To learn more - Please see our Services Provided
I am an employee at OHSU and want to organize my own event - Where do I start?
The Office of Protocol and Events also offers project management for large and small events that require an experience staffing to ensure that no detail goes unchecked. To request our services, please email email@example.com.
I am not affiliated with OHSU, but would like to host an event there - What do I do?The Office of Protocol and Events designs, produces, and manages events, conferences, and seminars for our internal as well as external clients. If you are interested in hosting an event at OHSU and would like information regarding pricing, restrictions, vendors and availability, please contact us directly.
My department would like to organize a fundraiser- Where do I start?
Fundraising events are complex and success depends on the proper coordination of efforts and consideration of many factors. The OHSU Foundation has developed simple steps ensure all fundraising event activities are coordinated from the very beginning in a manner that allows the OHSU Foundation to process, receipt and acknowledge event revenue appropriately.
The OHSU Foundation and the Office of Protocol and Events will work closely with you to answer any questions that you may have about organizing a fundraising event.
Creating a fundraising event - Learn More
What if I want to use a non-OHSU approved vendor?
The OHSU Protocol and Events office can make exceptions for non-OHSU approved vendors with the proper paperwork and contracts. To inquire whether or not this is possible for your requested vendor, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the process.
Is parking free at OHSU?
For events at held at any of the OHSU Venue locations, the Office of Protocol and Events will work directly with the OHSU Parking Department to arrange special parking and transportation options.
I would like to serve alcohol at my event - what are the rules?
If alcohol will be served at any event held on OHSU owned or controlled property, the sponsoring group/department/individual shall notify the Office of Protocol and Event at least 5 business days before the event. The alcohol must be served by a licensed approved vendor.
Please review OHSU's Serving of Alcohol Policy 07-90-025.
Internal and External Customers - Please use Event Request Form
If you have any questions regarding serving alcohol at your event, please feel free to contact us directly.
How do I reserve space for an event?
If you are an OHSU Employees and would like to reserve space for an event, you can book that room/venue exclusively through EdComm Room Scheduler. If you need help choosing a venue to meet your event's needs, or are thinking of holding it off campus, please contact us.
If you are an external customer and would like to hold your event here at OHSU, please review our available Venues. The Office of Protocol and Events is available to answer any questions that you may have.