Policies and Guidelines
Any member of the Loyola Community can request to use the space for entrepreneurship-related programming, although priority for the Ideation Lab is given to entrepreneurship coursework and related programming. In addition, Loyola students may book space for the purpose of business or social impact venture incubation. The Ideation Lab will not be available for general studying.
Loyola community members and students should submit the Google form below (click on the link) to schedule ideation and business strategy sessions, team meetings, and meetings with clients, stakeholders, and community partners. If the room is not otherwise reserved, access is generally available on short notice between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM when a class is not present. After-hours sessions can be approved on a case-by-case basis. Any requests for recurring, after-hours, or large event uses must be submitted at least seven days (one week) in advance for approval by CECD's Director, Jon Atkinson, seven days in advance. Once your reservation has been approved, keys may be retrieved from College of Business staff, Molly Hennessy, at the main College of Business office (3rd Miller Hall).
For any questions, contact Molly Hennessy at email@example.com.
Note: The lab is not staffed to clean up after its community members, but rather to help Loyola’s entrepreneurial community grow. Please maintain our new community space and leave it neat and clean; be a responsible adult. The Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development reserves the right to restrict access for repeat offenders.
Ideation Lab Technical Specifications
- Seating: 14-20 people
- Projector screen with 16-pin cable connector (PCs only; for Macs, please check out an adapter from Monroe Library)
- Dry-erase walls, with dry-erase markers, erasers, and cleaning solution
- Moveable desks (6 total)
- Sink and small refrigerator available by special request