COVID-19 Notice for Knowledge Rooms and Living Room
The Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center will adhere to federal, state, and local government and department of health policies regarding events, meetings, and other gatherings. We may be limited in the capacity and/or types of set ups that can be allowed for each space. We understand that policies for gatherings may change drastically between now and your reservation date. At a later date if it is determined that your event would not be possible, you may cancel your reservation without penalty.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries about reserving the event spaces below.
The following spaces are available for reservation by WSU registered student organizations (RSOs) and departments.
The CREATE Model
All reservation requests are reviewed by the ESFCC Advisory Council and considered against the CREATE model, developed based on the mission and vision of the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.
We celebrate and understand culture as dynamic, intersectional, and constantly changing. Cultural histories and knowledge systems are valued and promoted through academic and co-curricular activities.
Research and Creativity
We seek solutions to long-standing problems of systemic inequality in opportunity, access, education, health, and employment for individuals and communities.
We promote holistic, inclusive, and culturally responsive programming to learn and engage through workshops, speakers, training, and cultural events.
Advancing Opportunity and Equity
We pursue justice in education, access, research, and engagement through interdisciplinary and cross-cultural collaborations consistent with WSU’s land-grant mission.
Tradition and Transformational Experiences
We encourage individuals and communities to explore multiple ways of knowing and engaging as a means to realize personal and social change.
Through all this work, we inspire each other to continue to imagine, pursue, and realize a better world.