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  • Torch Medals - Thank Those Who Supported You
    14 Utica Street second floor You should then present it to a member of the Colgate community whom you feel deserves recognition for supporting your Colgate experience The medal presentation is a tradition inspired by the Konosioni Class of 2013 About the Medal The Torch Medal is engraved with the Colgate seal bearing the distinguished symbol of the flaming torch As a guide a source of light and inspiration it represents the best of student learning and discovery The Torch Medal is personally presented to a deserving member of the Colgate community by individual members of the senior class Frequently Asked Questions Where can I get a medal to present to someone Torch medals are available from Kristin Loop Senior Associate Director of the Annual Fund at her office 14 Utica Street second floor Are the medals free Yes The medals are available to graduating seniors at no charge How many medals can I award to members of the Colgate community While there are many people all over campus who have helped you throughout your Colgate career each graduating senior is granted one medal to award What criteria should follow for choosing the recipient of my medal The criteria are whatever you d like them to be You could choose to award the medal to a faculty member who pushed you to grow intellectually a custodian who particularly brightened your living space a financial aid administrator who helped you navigate financial demands or any other member of the campus community who left a lasting impression on you during your time at Colgate Can I give a torch medal to family or a mentor not affiliated with Colgate The goal of the torch medal is to express thanks to members of the campus community whose service may otherwise be overlooked If

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/commencement/seniors/torch-medals (2016-02-01)
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  • Frequently Asked Questions - Colgate University
    Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Commencement Parents Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions Menu Menu What events do I need to attend When do I need to arrive on campus All events are optional at your convenience Most families should arrive early by Saturday morning What is the dress code There is no dress code for events but a simple guide would be to wear what you are comfortable in especially footwear for walking to events How long is the ceremony Commencement runs approximately 2 1 2 hours You can make plans to get on the road accordingly after that Is there handicap parking Handicap parking is in the Alumni Lot for chapel events and at the commencement site If you need special drop off arrangements see a campus safety officer for assistance View the commencement weekend parking map for more details Do you provide wheelchairs We have a wheelchair available that can be used for transportation to seats On campus housing keys Seniors are instructed to pick up keys for guests from Residential Life the Monday Friday before the weekend Confirmation of room reservations will go out the first week of May Do we need to bring our own linen No linens are provided for the on campus housing Can we get additional tickets Graduating seniors will be able to reserve up to five guest tickets for the ceremony Seniors can contact Michele in the dean of the college office in April to see if there are extra tickets available How can I get concert tickets Admission to concerts is on first come first served basis There are no tickets What is the on campus housing refund policy Cancellation requests for full refunds must be received before Friday

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/commencement/parents/frequentlyaskedquestions (2016-02-01)
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  • Commencement Accessibility and Handicap Parking
    GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Commencement Parents Accessibility Accessibility Menu Menu Parking Drop off Handicapped parking is located in the Alumni Lot for chapel events the Library Lot for the torchlight ceremony and near Reid Athletic Center for the commencement ceremony If you need special drop off arrangements please see a campus safety officer for assistance Please view the commencement weekend parking map for more details To help familiarize guests with the commencement site please view the Sanford Field House seating map Additional Viewing Facilities No Ticket Required Due to limited seating in Sanford Field House we are providing additional seating with closed circuit access to the ceremony at Golden Auditorium in Little Hall which is wheelchair accessible This room will be open at 9 00 a m on Sunday May 15 Wheelchair Availability A list of wheelchair rental companies is available Pick up and drop off of wheelchairs should be arranged directly with the rental company We will have a wheelchair available that can be used for transportation to seats ASL Interpreter There will be signers at the baccalaureate service and commencement ceremony If you or a guest will need an ASL interpreter please contact the dean s office by May 2 at 315 228 7425 to reserve a seat in the designated area Accessible Restrooms Accessible restrooms are located at the commencement site and at Memorial Chapel Additional facilities can be found at James C Colgate Student Union and Little Hall Please view the campus map for more details Closed Captioning Reading devices will be available in Sanford Field House during the commencement ceremony on Sunday Please see an usher for assistance in obtaining one for use during the ceremony Departmental Receptions Receptions are organized by individual departments questions regarding accessibility should be directed

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/commencement/parents/accessibility (2016-02-01)
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  • Hosting Private Events
    space at one time as determined by the university Advertising publicizing of private events is prohibited The use of social media is only permitted in the context of private and directed invitations e g private messages on Facebook direct message on Twitter Host s of small private events must be present for the entire event monitor the event and make sure there is no underage or unsafe drinking or other violations of Colgate policy including without limitation these requirements Proper verification of age is required at small private events Acceptable identification for age verification of Colgate students is a valid state or government ID accompanied by a Colgate university ID Failure to have both of these pieces of identification must result in a request for additional forms of ID and failure to produce such additional ID must result in the denial of alcohol service Guests who are not Colgate students must show at least two forms of ID one of which must be a valid state or government ID A reasonable amount of water non alcoholic beverages and food must be provided for the duration of any small private event at which alcohol will be available Water and non alcoholic beverages must be as visible and accessible as the alcoholic beverages that are being served A reasonable amount of food also must be provided and readily accessible Alcohol may not be served at an event until water non alcoholic beverages and food are also available alcohol may not be served if the water non alcoholic beverages or food become unavailable SGA FOOD GRANTS The amount of alcohol present must be scaled for reasonable levels of consumption by the reasonably anticipated number of attendees of legal drinking age Wine beer and other malt beverages may be served Hard alcohol is prohibited Most transports to the hospital for alcohol overdose are linked to consumption of hard alcohol A university official may check in at the beginning of and or during each small private event to meet with the social host s and see if the event is set up and or being conducted properly e g ID checking process is identified non alcoholic beverages and food are available The university official may check in during the event and if any concerns issues are noted e g excessive noise or a safety concern the official will make every effort to contact the host s to ensure the concern issue is resolved If a university official has concerns that a small private event is not being conducted in accordance with these requirements the official will have the right to either allow the host to remedy the situation or shut down the event Activities that promote high risk drinking such as excessive and or rapid consumption of alcohol including without limitation drinking games or other consumption of a competitive nature are not permitted Drinking may not be the central activity of any event Additional Hosting Expectations for Events of All Sizes A limit of four

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/current-students/social-hosting/private-events (2016-02-01)
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  • Hosting Large-Invitation Events - Greater than 65 Attendees
    the water non alcoholic beverages or food become unavailable SGA FOOD GRANTS Proper verification of age is required at large invitation events on campus where alcohol is served Acceptable identification for age verification of Colgate students is a valid state or government ID accompanied by a Colgate University ID Failure to have both of these pieces of identification must result in a request for additional forms of ID and failure to produce such additional ID must result in the denial of alcohol service Guests who are not Colgate students must show at least two forms of ID one of which must be a valid state or government ID Wristbands must be distributed to of age attendees to ensure that alcohol is provided only to those who are of legal drinking age Obtain wristbands from your registering department Large invitation event attendees may not be served more than one alcoholic beverage at a time Throughout the duration of all large invitation events on campus those in charge of age verification and alcohol service must continue to monitor and ensure that alcohol is not provided to students who are under 21 and that students who are of legal drinking age are not over served Host s of large invitation events must be present for the entire event monitor the event and make sure there is no underage or unsafe drinking or other violations of Colgate policy including without limitation these requirements A university official may check in at the beginning of and or during each large invitation event to meet with the social host s and to see if the event is set up and or being conducted properly e g ID checking process is identified non alcoholic beverages and food are available The university official may check in during the event and if any concerns issues are noted e g excessive noise or a safety concern the official will make every effort to contact the host s to ensure the concern issue is resolved If a university official has concerns that a large invitation event is not being conducted according to these requirements the official will have the right to either allow the host to remedy the situation or shut down the event The amount of alcohol present must be scaled for reasonable levels of consumption by the reasonably anticipated number of attendees of legal drinking age Wine beer and other malt beverages may be served Hard alcohol is prohibited Most transports to the hospital for alcohol overdose are linked to consumption of hard alcohol Printed and electronic publicity for large invitation events on campus may mention alcohol provided that the following specific and approved language is used Non alcoholic beverages available Beer 21 or Non alcoholic beverages available Wine 21 or Non alcoholic beverages available Beer and wine 21 Only a Dean of the College administrator may approve variations to this standard language for publicity regardless of where the event is to be held Event publicity may contain no other

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/current-students/social-hosting/large-invitation-events (2016-02-01)
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  • Hosting Catered Events
    Hosting Expectations and must meet with a Dean of the College Administrator to review the event A reasonable amount of water non alcoholic beverages and food must be provided for the duration of any catered event at which alcohol will be available Water and non alcoholic beverages must be as visible and accessible as the alcoholic beverages that are being served A reasonable amount of food also must be provided and readily accessible Alcohol may not be served at an event until water non alcoholic beverages and food are also available alcohol may not be served if the water non alcoholic beverages or food become unavailable SGA FOOD GRANTS Proper verification of age is required at catered events on campus where alcohol is served and must be conducted by the caterer or security detail Wristbands must be distributed to of age students to ensure that alcohol is provided only to those who are of age Catered event attendees may not be served more than one alcoholic beverage at a time Host s of catered events must be present for the entire event monitor the event and make sure there is no underage or unsafe drinking or other violations of Colgate policy including without limitation these requirements A university official may check in at the beginning of each catered event to meet with the social host s and see if the event is set up and or being conducted properly e g ID checking process is identified non alcoholic beverages and food are available The university official may check in during the event and if any concerns issues are noted e g excessive noise or a safety concern the official will make every effort to contact the host s to ensure the concern issue is resolved If a university official has concerns that a catered event is not being conducted according to these requirements the official will have the right to either allow the host to remedy the situation or shut down the event Printed and electronic publicity for catered events on campus may mention alcohol provided that the following specific and approved language is used Non alcoholic beverages available Beer 21 or Non alcoholic beverages available Wine 21 or Non alcoholic beverages available Beer and wine 21 Only a Dean of the College administrator may approve variations to this standard language for publicity regardless of where the event is to be held Event publicity may contain no other references to alcohol including without limitation price of alcoholic beverages types of beer or wine available or photos or logos of alcoholic beverages Activities that promote high risk drinking such as excessive and or rapid consumption of alcohol including without limitation drinking games or other consumption of a competitive nature are not permitted Drinking may not be the central activity of any event Additional Hosting Expectations for Events of All Sizes A limit of four events per week may be registered at the same location Sunday through Saturday No event shall exceed

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/current-students/social-hosting/catered-events (2016-02-01)
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  • TIPS and Party Safely Training - Social Hosting
    MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Current Students Social Hosting Training Menu Menu Social Hosting Training Students who will be hosting group events featuring alcohol must register those events with the university and be properly trained to ensure that the events are safe healthy and enjoyable Party Safely Training This online training is meant to help you learn what it means to host an event responsibly regardless of the presence of alcohol Host s only need to participate in the training once however hosts may be asked to participate in additional training following a violation of the social hosting process or alcohol policy What event types require this training Party safely training is required for students hosting private events events with alcohol and a total attendance of between 25 and 65 students How do I take this training Party Safely training is an online training available below Before hosting an event you must review these materials TIPS Training Students attending in person TIPS will learn how to make sound choices when faced with difficult decisions about alcohol use In addition students will learn the contract process for acquiring entertainment caterers security tent rentals seating restroom facilities and other areas needed to produce a successful event Host s only need to participate in the training once however hosts may be asked to participate in additional training following a violation of the social hosting process or alcohol policy What event types require this training Party safely training is required for students hosting large invitation events events with alcohol and a total attendance of between 25 and 65 students or catered events at which alcohol will be served How do I take this training TIPS training is an in person classroom training offered to a minimum of three or more people

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/current-students/social-hosting/training (2016-02-01)
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  • Social Hosting - Frequently Asked Questions and Contact Information
    to review safety and security issues How far in advance do I need to register an event 72 hours in advance for private events 25 65 72 hours in advance for large invitation events 65 6 weeks in advance for catered events What do the types of event correspond to Private events are those with an expected attendance more than 25 but less than 65 Large invitation events are those with an expected attendance of more than 65 Catered events are those in which an outside caterer will be the distributer of alcohol for an event Do I have to live in the residence where I am registering my event Yes In order to host an event in a campus residence you must be a resident of that location Do I have to be present for the check in by the university official Yes At each hosted event a university official may check in at the beginning of and or during each large invitation event to meet with the social host s and to see if the event is set up and or being conducted properly e g ID checking process is identified non alcoholic beverages and food are available The social host must be present for the check in as well as the duration of the party The university official may check in during the event e g in the event of a noise complaint or a safety concern and will make every effort to contact the host s to ensure the concern issue is resolved Can I advertise for my event You may advertise social and catered events but private events cannot be advertised In addition alcohol cannot be the primary focus of an advertising e mail poster or electronic advertisement What are the restrictions placed on other

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/current-students/social-hosting/ask-questions (2016-02-01)
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