Hosting Your Event on IMSA’s Campus
Thank you for your interest in using facilities at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA). As a public teaching and learning laboratory created by the State of Illinois, IMSA works with many partners and organizations to advance education and quality of life for the citizens of Illinois and beyond. Sharing our facilities is one of many ways that we serve constituents.
For your convenience, we have provided information about the terms and conditions for hosting your event on IMSA’s campus.
IMSA makes a number of facilities available to groups under certain terms and conditions. After reviewing the rental options, please contact the Facilities Coordinator at 630-907-5058, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, to determine facility availability. Facility rental dates will be confirmed after the following forms have been submitted to IMSA:
- Completed Application for Use of Academy Facilities
- Required Certificate of Insurance (see Insurance Provisions)
- Signed Agreement for Use of Facilities
- Proof of Tax-Exempt Status, if Applicable
Statement of Philosophy
IMSA recognizes the investment that the State of Illinois has made in the Academy’s facilities. The property is available for use by citizens as long as the Academy’s primary educational activities and business operations are not hindered.
Under its terms and conditions, the Academy makes facilities available to organizations, associations and individuals for occasional educational, recreational, business, civic, social and charitable activities that are consistent with IMSA’s statutory charge, mission and general education purpose.
Criteria for Activities
Groups seeking to use IMSA facilities must conduct activities that meet the following criteria:
- The activity must be orderly and lawful.
- The activity must not be of a nature to incite others to disorder.
- The activity must not be restrictive based on race, gender, ethnicity, national origin or religion.
- The activity must be of a nature to assist and/or facilitate self supervision.
- The activity must not jeopardize or threaten the health, safety, or welfare of any individual.
- The activity must serve as an educational, recreational, business, civic, social or charitable purpose.
The activity must benefit a substantial group in the community.