Event Planning Checklist

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Event Planning Checklist - page 1
Use this basic checklist to assist your group in planning a successful event. Remember, we may not have all of the specifics that your event requires on this sheet, so brainstorm prior to starting your event planning to make sure everything gets covered! Name of Event: __________________________________ Date: __________________________________________ Time: __________________________________________ Location: _______________________________________ Event Purpose: __________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ BRAINSTORMING Will the event work? How many people do you need to make the event happen? Does the event serve a need previously not met on campus? Do we have the resources to make it happen? BUDGETING See sample budget planning sheet (attached) SCHEDULING Officer in charge: ________________________________ Talk with the appropriate room reservation office o What size room do you need? o What kind of tech needs do you have? o What can you afford? Tentatively book a couple of dates Call your performer or vendor (if applicable) and schedule the performance date Call the reservation office back to confirm your date Schedule a meeting to go over your tech needs and room set-up Schedule the travel arrangements for your performer (if necessary), including a ride to and from the airport and/or hotel Book hotels and/or make dinner reservations for your performer PERMITS (see Student Group Handbook to determine if you need any of these permits for your event) Event Planning Checklist ADVERTISING Officer in charge: _________________________________ Postering E-mailing Listservs Chalking Other forms of marketing SHOPPING Officer in charge: _________________________________ Supplies needed for your event: o Silverware o Plates o Napkins o Cups o Decorations o Cashbox o Performer specific items/requests o Other: _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ WEEK PRIOR Officer in charge: _________________________________ Call reservations and make sure all details are secured Call SAO and make sure all permits have been signed and are completely ready to pick up Call performer and make sure travel arrangements are secured Assign event shifts for group volunteers (set-up, during, take down) Create any programs or fliers needed at the event DAY OF EVENT Officer in charge: _________________________________ Pick up performer/vendor and get to performance site Compile performer requests in dressing room Arrive early for the event for set-up Meet vendors at the event and assist with set-up Greet guests at the door Have fun! Clean up, remember that your reservations location may have special clean up regulations AFTER THE EVENT Officer in charge: _________________________________ Send thank you notes to performers and to volunteers who worked extra hard Do a post-event evaluation (see example attached) Make sure to pay all bills and turn in all grant paperwork on time!! **Don’t forget to keep a list of the people and the phone numbers that you are contacting throughout your planning. We suggest collecting them on the back of this list** Officer in charge: _________________________________ Food Permit filled out Outdoor Space Permit filled out Alcohol Permit filled out Sound Permit filled out Sanitation Permit filled out Sales/fundraising permit filled out Security Scheduled Film License GRANTS/FUNDRAISING Officer in charge: _______________________________ If you are applying for grants, did you get your applications in by the deadline? Have you scheduled an appointment to meet with the grant committee? What measures are you taking to ensure you can pay your performer/vendors up front?
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Event Planning Checklist - page 2
BUDGET PLANNING WORKSHEET Here is a sample worksheet to set your project budget. ANTICIPATED EXPENSES Facilities Rental $_______________ ANTICIPATED INCOME Admission Fees $_______________ Food _______________ Co-Sponsors (please list below) _______________ Lodging _______________ Publicity _______________ Anticipated Grants Income _______________ Speaker Fees / Honorariums _______________ ___________________________ ___________ ____________ Name of Grant Amount Requested Amount Awarded ___________________________ ___________ ____________ Name of Grant Amount Requested Amount Awarded ___________________________ ___________ ____________ Name of Grant Amount Requested Amount Awarded Supplies _______________ Technical Support _______________ ___________________________ ___________ ____________ Name of Grant Amount Requested Amount Awarded Other Income _______________ Travel _______________ Security _______________ Films License or Permits _______________ Registration fees _______________ Other _______________ *TOTAL $_______________ *TOTAL $_______________ If your totals do not match, you may need to adjust your program accordingly.
Event Planning Checklist - page 3
POST-EVENT EVALUATION 1. Did we meet our goals/objectives with this event? 2. Did we meet our budgetary goals? 3. Did we have enough volunteers for the event? 4. What could we have done differently to make the event better/more productive? 5. Did we have enough advertising/PR for the event? How could we have made this better? 6. Did we execute the program in a professional manner? 7. Did we face any group conflict with this program? What was it? How was it resolved? What could we have done differently? 8. Would we bring this vendor/performer in again? Was it worth it? 9. Would we execute a similar program in the future? What changes would we make? 10. How does this program allow us to grow as a group, officers, and leaders? Was it a good program?
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