HOST CAMPUS REQUIREMENTS
The CIT Planning Committee expects up to 800 people to attend the 4-day event. The host campus must be able to accommodate 800 people and is required to provide:
- Availability for the end of May (either the week prior to or immediately following the Memorial Day holiday).
- Capacity to handle 500 people for meals.
- Ability to provide on-campus housing for approximately 100-150.
- Nearby hotels that will accept the New York State hotel per diem rate for that area, and provide enough rooms, collectively, to accommodate approximately 250-300.
- Use of Facilities (classrooms, lecture halls, theater/auditorium, computer labs, dining halls) at no additional cost to the conference.
- Free parking on campus that is convenient to conference venues. This should include an adequate amount of handicapped parking spaces.
- Six to seven lecture halls/classrooms that can accommodate sessions. Minimum seating of 45-50 for 2 or 3 of the rooms and 100 or more for 4. Presentation rooms should have good projection capability and at least one network connection.
- Hall/theater/auditorium with the capacity to hold a minimum of 300. This facility would require excellent projection capability, A/V support, and at least one wired network connection (for taping purposes).
- Large area to accommodate a minimum of 35 vendor exhibit booths (8’ deep x 10’ wide, piped and draped).
- Technical readiness as noted in the attached.
- Any unique advantages the campus can offer.
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