Event Audio/Visual Support

Event Support Fees for FY15-17

Need help determining which type of support you need?

If you want audio or video recording for an activity, lecture or special event, you may now make that request when you reserve a room through the EMS room selection system. Typical requests include lectures, performances, job candidate talks, conferences, film-screenings, panel discussions, debates and special events. Services are provided mostly by student workers and may be subject to a fee (which covers student wages).
Requests must be made at least 5 business days in advance of the event or activity. If you are requesting support for events/spaces that are not booked using the Events Management System, or if you have questions, please call x4959 or write to Brent Morgan at
NOTE: Requests for "produced" (edited/short format) Wesleyan video programming will require a Creative Brief and should be submitted to Melissa Datre, in University Communications. For more information on Communication's Video Services, please visit the Communications website.

For more on ITS Video production services please visit:

Event Support Request Process and Policy

  1. We strictly enforce a 5 business days advance request period, so if you need setup or event assistance, please request it through Wesleyan Events & Conferences as early as you can.   You must request support even for setup assistance (e.g., setting up microphones).  Many of the larger rooms have microphones in them (e.g., a wireless lapel mic), and you can ask for training on how to use the room mic and AV equipment.
  2. However, since we need to limit the number of events we support, even an early request is no guarantee that your event will be supported.  We will get back to you as soon as possible to confirm or deny support coverage of your event.  
  3. Our business hours will be held to 7:30 am-11 pm. Our student staff will not be asked to stay beyond 11 pm. If your event ends after 11 pm, it will be incumbent on you to lock up the equipment so that ITS can return in the morning to retrieve it.
  4. Staff (students or full-time) will not respond to support calls after 11 pm, nor will full-time staff answer the IMS/Classroom support line after 11 pm or come to campus after 11pm.

Classroom Recording

Faculty may request to have their classroom lectures recorded and made available online for their students to review. [Learn More]

Live Broadcasting: WesCast

WesCast is Wesleyan's live broadcasting (webcasting) service that broadcasts important events such as university lectures, speeches and Wesleyan's commencement ceremony, so that anyone around the world with access to the internet can view your event. If you are looking to view a live WesCast event, go to  [Learn more]