Registration Tiers

Tiers are based on the number of people who will be attending your event.

Members Only

Tier 1

  • Attendees: Members only
  • Door: Locked, Self-Entry
  • Bar: Managed Internally
  • Online registration: 1 business day before event
  • Meeting: Yes, but may be waived by Office of Student Life
  • Security/Event Monitoring: Officers and members are responsible for oversight

40 to 150 People

Tier 2

  • Attendees: 40-150
  • Door: Minimum of 2 Door monitors at all times from host organization (all doors must be monitored or locked)
  • Bar: Minimum of 2 TIPs trained bartenders
  • Online registration: 3 business days before event
  • Meeting: Yes, but may be waived by Office of Student Life
  • Security/Event Monitoring: 2 or more DOSS walkthroughs during the event

150 or more people

Tier 3

  • Attendees: Over 150
  • Door: Minimum of 2 Door monitors at all times from host organization (all doors must be monitored or locked)
  • Bar: AMP Event Staff
  • Online registration: 5 business days before event
  • Meeting: Yes
  • Security/Event Monitoring: Third party security present through duration of event, 2 or more DOSS walkthroughs during the event

A meeting is required for all Tier 3 events. Please contact the Office of Student Life if you do not receive an email within 24 hours to confirm your meeting time.

Changing Tiers

In the event that your Tier 1 event becomes a Tier 2 event, or your Tier 2 event becomes a Tier 3 event you are required to stop serving alcohol and continue the social engagement as a "dry" event or close down the event completely.

You may change an event at any time before the required registration period ends. An event cannot be changed right before or during the course of the event. Planning events, particularly large events, requires planning and thoughtfulness in order to ensure the safety and well-being of all guests.

Event organizers will work with the Student Life Office staff to determine the amount of alcohol served at an event. Students are expected to plan carefully and the amount of alcohol available at an event should be directly proportional to the number of expected guests of legal drinking age.