• Collaboration at Schulich

    Spaces, Events & Policies

    As a student at Schulich, you’ll have many group projects and meetings. The School has a number of spaces dedicated to the needs of group collaboration for class projects, study groups, Strategy Field Study meetings, or student clubs.

    Students must adhere to standardized procedures and policies for the responsible use of break-out rooms and student club conduct. Familiarize yourself below with helpful information on booking group spaces and participating in student clubs.

Student Room Bookings

  • Breakout Rooms: Locations and Hours Breakout Rooms: Locations and Hours

    Student Breakout Rooms

    Breakout rooms are used on a reservation-only basis and can be booked within the following time frames:

    • Keele Campus: Monday – Sunday, 8:30am – 12:30am
    • Executive Learning Centre*: Monday – Sunday, 6:00pm – 10:00pm
    • Nadal Centre*: Monday to Thursday 5:30pm – 10:00pm

    * Graduate students only

    Booking Policies Booking Policies
    1. Breakout rooms can only be booked for the current and subsequent two days.
    2. Rooms can be booked for a maximum of 2 hours. All requested times must be on the hour or half-hour.
    3. You may book only one breakout room per day.
    4. The minimum group size is 3 students and the maximum is 8.
    5. The School has set the following priorities for the use of breakout rooms:

    1. Regularly scheduled instruction
    2. Occasional instruction
    3. ‘601’ group work
    4. Group study
    5. Other uses

    In general, bookings for higher priority uses will take precedence over and can be made further in advance than those for lower priority uses.

    How To Book How To Book

    Keele Campus

    1. Log into the Student Portal using your Schulich credentials.
    2. Under the Useful Links menu, click on Book a Breakout Room.
    3. Using the arrow buttons, scroll to the desired date.
    4. Double click on the schedule at the desired time and room.
    5. Enter the information as prompted and click Save.
      (Note: If you enter your name in the Title field, it will be visible to other students.)
    6. Email confirmation will be sent to all 3 students in the booking.

    For questions or to provide feedback, please contact roomrequest@schulich.yorku.ca using your Schulich email account.

    Note: The online Student Room Booking Application is only accessible to Schulich students enrolled in courses in the current term. Students not currently enrolled in courses may submit booking requests by following the same procedures as outlined below for Nadal bookings.

    Nadal (MBA Students Only)

    1. Log into the Student Portal using your Schulich credentials.
    2. Under the Useful Links menu, click the Other tab, then on Book a Breakout Room at Nadal.
    3. Using the arrow buttons, scroll to the desired date.
    4. Double click on the schedule at the desired time and room.
    5. Enter the information as prompted and click Save.
      (Note: If you enter your name in the Title field, it will be visible to other students.)
    6. Email confirmation will be sent to all 3 students in the booking

    Notes:

    • Please note the opening times for the Nadal Management Centre (see above).
    • MBA students share breakout rooms with executive program students. The Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) is the primary user of Nadal during the daytime, the MBA is the primary user during evenings. The availability of breakout rooms during the day is dependent on programming by SEEC. Given the highly interactive nature of their programs, a breakout room may be temporarily unused but set aside for group work that occurs while a course is running. Particularly from Wednesday to Friday (daytimes), availability may be severely restricted. Please see the room booking app to determine what is available.

    601 Phase Meeting

    To book a room for a 601 phase meeting, please contact the MGMT 6100 office directly at mgmt6100@schulich.yorku.ca.

    Housekeeping Rules Housekeeping Rules

    Always remember to be respectful to your colleagues and the Schulich community by complying with the following housekeeping rules:

    • Do not overstay your reserved time.
    • Beverages are permitted but food is not.
    • Use only whiteboard markers on the whiteboards. Do not tape or pin anything on the walls.
    • Keep the supplies in the room. Do not move furniture in or out of the room.
    • Dispose of all garbage, erase the whiteboard, and arrange the chairs neatly when finished.
    • Any damage to the room should be reported at the start of the booking period to the concierge or front desk.

Student Club Information