Reservation rounds for Alina Hall for autumn 2020
The reservation rounds for Alina Hall’s autumn season start soon. There will be two actual reservation rounds, with an advance reservation round organised as well. During these rounds, organisations may get a total of two (2) Alina reservations for autumn 2020. The reservations are made on the separate electronic forms of each reservation round.
Each organisation making a reservation must complete the user training for Alina Hall during the current year. The training must have been completed before the organisation’s reservation takes place.
During the advance reservation round, organisations have the opportunity to apply for a reservation in advance before the actual reservation rounds begin if they have a well-justified reason to apply for a specific day. The advance reservation round thus covers occasions such as anniversaries, anniversary afterparties and events connected to a specific date. The criteria for the allocation of the advance reservations will be announced in connection with the reservation form.
In case an organisation is granted a reservation to Alina Hall in the advance reservation round, it CANNOT apply for a reservation in the first actual reservation round. Instead, the organisation can get its second reservation only during the second actual round.
Actual reservation rounds
Reservations are made in two rounds. During each round, an organisation may apply for one reservation to Alina, unless it has been granted a reservation during the advance reservation round. Organisations should check which time slots are free at a given time from the Student Union’s electronic calendar. Applying for days that have already been reserved may negatively affect the organisation’s chances of acquiring a reservation. Organisations may only receive one (1) reservation on each round, but it is a good idea to state several options for suitable dates in the form.
Decisions on the reservations are made after each reservation round by HYY’s Student Organisations Committee together with the person in charge of organisations in the Board and the specialist in organisations in an allocation event open to the Student Union’s members. The contact persons of organisations applying for a reservation must be reachable when the reservations are allocated in case a need to contact the organisation arises during the allocation process.
Incomplete or late applications will not be processed. We will strive to provide organisations with one of the dates they requested. Any clashes in the reservation requests are decided by drawing lots. If we are unable to provide the organisation with any of the dates they requested, we will call their contact person after we have processed the reservations. Organisations should consider alternative dates in case their original reservation requests cannot be fulfilled.
The reservations are updated into the electronic calendar after each round. Organisations that applied for a reservation will be informed of the decisions by email.
Advance reservation round
Reservation period: noon on 2 March–11.59 pm on 8 March
Reservation requests are made using the following form: https://www.lyyti.in/alinavaraukset_syksy_2021/en
Reservation requests are processed at 5.00–8.00 pm on Monday 9 March in meeting room Sparre.
Reservation period: noon on 10 March –11.59 pm on 15 March.
Reservation requests are made using the following form: http://bit.ly/alinaautumn1-2020
Reservation requests are processed at 5.00–8.00 pm on Monday 16 March in meeting room Sparre.
Reservation period: noon on 17 March –11.59 pm on 22 March
Reservation requests are made using the following form: http://bit.ly/alinaautumn2020-2
Reservation requests are processed at 5.00–8.00 pm on Monday 23 March.
Reservations after the rounds
You may inquire about any remaining free time slots from HYY’s Services Office (email@example.com) from 24 March onwards.
Free time slots can be seen in the Student Union’s electronic calendar after the reservation rounds.
Student Organisations Committee
Chair of the Student Organisations Committee
(+358)50 5500 620.