SNAP is the central point of contact for colleges, schools and other units on the Columbia campus to make space requests. The SNAP committee reviews requests, identifies possible solutions and make recommendations to the University’s Capital Planning Committee, which makes the decision whether to grant the request.
Instructions for making a space request are provided below. If you wish to report a classroom problem, please see Classroom Enhancement and Scheduling.
Space Requests and Utilization Updates
Units interested in making a space request should complete a space request form and send it to:
Facilities Planning, Design and Construction
Attention: Campus Space Manager
1300 Pickens Street
Columbia, SC 29208
Contact the Campus Space Manager Rick Jerald (email@example.com) to communicate all space use changes within area(s) currently allocated to your department. It is important to correctly report how space is used to help ensure that the university accurately reports space utilization as required by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education.
SNAP committee Membership
The SNAP committee is the central point of contact for colleges, schools and other units on the Columbia campus to make space requests. The committee reviews requests, identifies possible solutions and makes recommendations to the University’s Capital Planning Committee, which makes the decision whether to grant the request.
SNAP committee members are selected by the Office of the Provost and include representatives from the University Faculty, Council of Academic Deans, Registrar’s Office, Office of Research, and Facilities Office. A Vice Provost serves as the chair and the Campus Space Manager serves as the executive of the committee. The committee meets on a monthly basis.
- Mary Alexander (Chair) Office of the Provost
- Rick Jerald (Executive) Facilities Office
- Bob Askins, Registrar’s Office
- Tayloe Harding, Music
- Derek Gruner, Facilities Office
- Tom Opal, Facilities Office
- Gus Hoffmeyer III, Facilities Office
- Tommy Coggins, SAM
- Elaine Belesky, Registrar’s Office