Reserve a Space

OPAL oversees a number of reservable spaces on campus.

OPAL Student Resource Center

6 Choate Road (in the Choates, underneath Brittle Lounge)

The OPAL Student Resource Center is a comfortable lounge space with a retreat-like feel, ideally suited to groups of around 20. Student groups and organizations may reserve the living room space for group meetings and events that contribute to OPAL's mission. Reservation priority is given to student groups and organizations associated with OPAL's affinity communities. The space also contains a study room and a lounge, which are available during open hours.

The OPAL SRC has open hours Monday - Friday from 4pm - 12am. Times outside of open hours are available for reservations. 

The space is available for reservation by students and student groups via the SRC Reservation Form on Engage.
For other inquiries, please email [email protected].

LALACS House

38 N. Main Street

The Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies House is part of Dartmouth’s Living Learning Community program. Events hosted in this space are limited to those that contribute to the mission of the House and reservation priority is given to residents, students, and departments affiliated with the program. While LALACS House provides opportunities for the gathering of the many members of the Latinx community, it is first and foremost a residence hall and home to the 14 students who reside there. The basement is the only reservable space.

Shabazz Center

32 N. Main Street

The Shabazz Center is a residential space in Cutter Hall, which is part of Dartmouth’s Living Learning Community program. Student groups and organizations may reserve the Basement and the Mural Room on the first floor. It is first and foremost a residential space; in using the Center several rules and regulations are key in ensuring a safe, accessible space for the residents as well as the guest who desire to share the space.

Triangle House

4 N. Park Street

Triangle House is part of Dartmouth’s Living Learning Community program. Open events are held in the first floor living room. It is first and foremost a residence hall and home to the 25 students who reside there.

To request to reserve the Triangle House, email Sebastián X. Muñoz-Medina.