General Usage Guidelines
Mendoza College of Business expects all students to adhere to the following usage guidelines in team rooms and lounge spaces:
- Team rooms cannot be reserved and acquired on a first-come, first-served basis.
- There is a two-hour maximum time limit (individual or group), prioritizing groups over individuals.
- Room availability is displayed on room screens, and it is the expectation that students honor program-initiated reservations.
- Food and beverages are permitted in student-dedicated spaces with the expectation that students maintain a clean work environment for all occupants.
- Students are solely responsible for items left unattended in team rooms and lounges.
Stayer Center | Team Rooms and Lounge
EMBA students may access the following:
- All team rooms in the Stayer Center building have a dedicated keypad code (contact your EMBA Student Services team to obtain the code), and the
- Stayer Center 305 Lounge.
Please Note: During Executive MBA residency weekends (twice a month, typically Thursday - Saturday), we reserve several Stayer Center team rooms during specific class times. Digital displays and posted signs will notify all students of these reservations. We kindly request that MBA students honor these reservations regardless if the space is unoccupied to avoid our EMBA students being delayed in meeting with their learning teams to work on in-class deliverables or conduct necessary personal business during the residency. Additional signage will be used to communicate room usage as reserved by faculty members.
Please contact your EMBA Student Services team if you experience access issues to reserved space. EMBA students should also ask occupant(s) to vacate reserved EMBA space.
Building Hours | Mendoza and Stayer Center
Mendoza and the Stayer Center buildings are open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the academic year unless otherwise communicated. To access both facilities outside of these hours, please:
- Tap your Irish1Card at the card reader next to an exterior door; and
- Enter your 4-digit PIN (if you do not know your PIN, visit https://irish1card.nd.edu/pin/.)
If you experience disruption in your access, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the following information:
- Your Name
- Your 9-Number
- The exact door/room # you're attempting to access without success.
- Degree Program