The Information and Event Planning Office is located on the first floor of the Hurlburt Student Center and assists patrons in reserving space and equipment for the student center and all non-academic spaces on campus. For more information concerning policies and procedures, please stop by, or call (540) 831-5420 to make a reservation between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Ticket Box Office
The ticket box office is located at the information and planning office. Here, you can check on what's happening on campus and purchase tickets for most campus events. For more specific information concerning events, ticket sales and hours of operation, come to the office on the first floor of Hurlburt Student Center and allow the office attendants to assist you, or call (540) 831-5420. Tickets can also be purchased online.
Lost and Found
This office is the official lost and found for the University. Please note that you should also check with individual areas where you believe you may have lost an item. Sometimes it takes a while for lost items to reach this office.
If you need general information about the university, or if you need to get in touch with someone, you can find help here. We strive to have information on all goings-on at Radford University. If you have a meeting or event not scheduled through our office, let us know so we can help keep everyone informed. If you need to know something, try us first. If we don't have the information you need, we probably know who does.
Calendar of Events
Information Channel (Ch. 14)
Radford University maintains a PBS satellite license for programming and special interest downlinks for students, faculty, and staff. One of these channels, the Information Channel (Ch. 14), can be accessed on campus through the campus television network. Stop by the information and event planning office for details on how to advertise your event.
This office makes reservations for rooms in Hurlburt Student Center (The Bonnie), Heth Hall, Bondurant Auditorium in Preston Hall, and all other non-academic space on campus, as well as Cook 107 after 3 p.m. and on weekends.