Event Space Reservation System Information
25Live is Fordham's web-based event publishing, calendaring, and scheduling solution. Built on the latest web technologies and data sharing capabilities, 25Live enables users to view event information and request the use of University space 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
How does 25Live work?
25Live provides the Fordham University community with one centralized scheduling system, and data repository for all events held at the University. The system is designed to standardize the event reservation and scheduling process for the University while allowing for flexibility in some areas of scheduling practices and policies.
Why should I use 25Live? Can I just call the room owner to reserve a space?
Using 25Live is a very efficient way of finding an available space for your event. Most staff do not immediately know who owns the room they would like to reserve and the person you are calling may be on vacation. The system is set up to include a full inventory of available spaces of all types – worship, meeting, grounds, classrooms, etc. Not only is an inventory available but the system keeps track of availability of those spaces (as maintained by individual owners of space) therefore allowing you to find a space available with just a few clicks.
Who can use 25Live?
25Live can be viewed by anyone with my.fordham.edu access. The default view allows visitors to view basic event information. Access to advanced functionality, including requesting the use of University space and resources, is only available after logging into the system through the University portal.
It is mandatory to use 25Live and is the only acceptable and recognized method for scheduling events on campus.