Student Events

To ensure the best possible attendance at all Haub Law events, students should make every effort to avoid planning events that conflict with one another and seek approval when this cannot be avoided. Plan your student organization events as early as possible to obtain an appropriate space, ensure availability of dates, and maximize attendance. You will find forms and resources to guide you in the event production process below.

Prior to submitting a request for your student organization meeting or event, please review all upcoming events at the White Plains campus at for any potential conflicts. (Please note that this link does not include rooms reserved for classrooms, private events, etc.)

Student Organization Meeting Request Form

  • This form should be completed if you are looking to schedule a student organization meeting with members of your organization.
  • The Student Meeting Request Form must be submitted at least two (2) weeks prior to the date of the respective meeting.

Student Event Request Form

  • This form should be completed if you are looking to schedule a student organization event with speakers and/or attendees outside of your organization's membership.
  • The Student Event Request Form must be submitted at least three (3) weeks prior to the date of the respective event.
  • Procedure for Hosting a Formal Event: Formal events are defined as those events/programs that feature speakers, panels, honorees or other entertainment. Any event with mailed invitations (through U.S. mail or by email) to alumni, bar associations, and other legal communities outside the Law School are also considered formal. Organization representatives must meet with a staff member of the Office of Student and Campus Affairs at least four (4) weeks prior to the scheduled date of the event. Prior to inviting a speaker/performer on campus, the Office of Student and Campus Affairs must be notified and a biography must be supplied.


The following forms and guides are available for your review to assist you with the meeting and event proposal and planning process:

Student Organization Handbook

Event Publicity

  • All upcoming meetings and events are automatically published in Haub Law’s weekly e-newsletter, which is sent out to the Haub Law community every Monday.
  • To If you would like your event flyer posted on the TV screens on campus, please contact External Affairs.
  • You can request that the SBA Executive Board post your event on the SBA Instagram account by contacting the SBA directly. Haub Law’s main Instagram account will reshare events on its Instagram stories.

Chartwells Student Catering Menu

Alcohol at Student Organization Events

  • All events involving alcohol must be pre-approved by the Office of Student and Campus Affairs. You can contact the Office of Student and Campus Affairs at For on-campus events, alcohol must be supplied and served by Chartwells, the law school’s catering service. Charges will be incurred for the service time of our Chartwells staff.
  • No student organization or journal can provide their own alcohol for on or off-campus events.
  • Hard alcohol may not be served at any function and alcohol may not be donated.
  • Any event with alcohol served incurs a $225 charge for Security.
  • Alcohol can only be purchased and served through in-house catering due to liability concerns, as they hold the liquor license for alcohol served on campus. Alcohol can only be served by in-house catering on the Preston Quad and in the Tudor Room. Please note that all orders for alcohol must include a food component.
  • Students are not permitted to order alcohol on their own.
  • Please review Pace University’s Alcohol and Drug Policy and the Student Organization Handbook for additional information.