We have a number of event spaces available to be booked for events and functions. These spaces can be booked by Woodsworth College and Rotman Commerce staff, as well as student groups recognized by Woodsworth College.
The William Waters Lounge is a flexible, accessible event space with a full kitchen, built-in audio-visual (AV) equipment and a fireplace. The capacity of this room is 60 seated or 80 standing.
The meeting room is a boardroom-style event space suitable for meetings of up to 10 people. This space does not have AV equipment.
The Alex R. Waugh Courtyard is an outdoor public space with patio seating and a BBQ. This space must be booked in conjunction with the Waters Lounge.
Waters Lounge Setup Options
Book Your Event Space
Check the availability of your space.
After you have selected an event space, view the bookings calendar to determine if it is available during the time of your event. Please be sure to include 30 minutes before and after your event for setup and cleanup.
PLEASE NOTE - BOOKINGS ARE NOT BEING ACCEPTED AT THIS TIME
Choose the setup for your event.
Please select one of the five setup options shown above. Advanced setup can only be arranged for the Waters Lounge for events that begin during the following times: Monday, 8:30 am to 4 pm, and Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am to 6:30 pm. Setup is unavailable on Sundays and holidays.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I cancel my space booking?
To cancel a booking, you will need to complete the initial page of the booking form and select "cancellation" when asked for the booking purpose. You will then need to enter the booking reference number listed on your booking confirmation email.
Who can book these spaces?
These spaces can be booked by Woodsworth College and Rotman Commerce staff, as well as student groups recognized by Woodsworth College.
If you are not directly affiliated with one of the above, you will not be able to book the space.
What AV equipment is available in the Waters Lounge?
The Waters Lounge has a built-in screen, projector and speaker system. There are two ways to connect your personal laptop to the projector: (1) via wireless USB adaptor available at the front desk or (2) via your own HDMI cord (recommended for media-intensive content).