EPIC Room Reservations

The Engineering Product Innovation Center has three rooms available for meetings and seminars. For reservations for EPC 102A, EPC 102B, and EPC 102C at 750 Commonwealth Ave, please consult the calendar on 25Live for availability and then use the form to request a reservation.

Boston University is using a new room reservation system called 25Live. The move has been made in order to help streamline requests, and reduce scheduling conflicts. For your convenience, the reservations previously populated in the MechE Google Calendars have been moved over to 25Live, and you can view them there.

Faculty, staff, and graduate students will be able to request room reservations directly on the site once they complete training. Student group secretaries will also be able to request rooms on 25Live once they have completed training as per the instructions from the Student Activities Office.

Please note, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering student group room reservation requests will take priority.

To gain access to 25Live:

Complete the “Event Scheduling in 25Live” training on Blackboard Learn.

If you do not have access to Blackboard, please watch the Basic Event Scheduling video tutorials.

Log into 25Live with your BU username and Kerberos password.

Complete the 25Live Access Request Form on the Registrar’s 25Live Access Page. Ask for the role of “Requestor”.

The Registrar has also compiled Quick Guides and Video Tutorials for 25Live.

EPIC Proprietary Rooms:

EPIC Design Studios 102A, 102B, 102C
Capacity: 102 A/B/C holds 65, 102A holds 25, 102B/C holds 40
Set up: High top tables and stools. Can be rearranged.
Includes: Projector, whiteboards, and TVs with HDMI and VGA connection

Notes: This space can be used as a whole or it can be divided into two separate spaces: 102A and 102B/C. MechE Faculty and Staff requests take priority.


To apply for access to MechE Proprietary Rooms, please use Zaius (www.bu.edu/dbin/eng/zaius/). *MechE reserves the right to approve or reject room access requests on a case-by-case basis. When applying for room access, please be sure to use the description box on the Zaius application form to include any information as to why you would like to have access. This will allow the MechE administrator to more accurately determine whether access may be granted for a proprietary space.