Carleton Cupboard

The Carleton Cupboard provides food to students during winter and spring breaks when the campus dining halls are closed. The cupboard serves students experiencing food insecurity, where a financial hardship poses a burden for purchasing food, and it is located in the lower level of Sayles-Hill, room 020 (near KRLX).

Winter Wardrobe

The Carleton Winter Wardrobe provides students with gently used winter clothing and accessories free of charge. The Wardrobe is focused on Carleton students with the greatest financial need, but is open to the entire student body. The Wardrobe is open at the end of October and is located in Sayles-Hill 252.

Tables in Sayles-Hill

A Carleton College department or student organization can reserve a table in Sayles-Hill Great Space Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. during the academic term. Tables are typically used to promote an event, bring awareness to a campus or local issue, fundraise, or register for an upcoming event. Tables must be reserved 24 hours in advance and reservations can not be made for reading days, finals or breaks.  Tack strips located behind the tables are reserved for those tabling. 

To reserve a table, use the EMS web app or contact Campus Scheduling (@jlelm.)

Banners in Sayles-Hill

A Carleton College department or student organization can reserve space to hang banners from the balcony level of Sayles-Hill Great Space to promote upcoming events. They may be posted for 5 to 7 days and should not exceed 3 feet by 4 feet in size. Banners must include information on the department or organization sponsoring the event, the date and time, and the location of the event. Banners are not to be taped to the balcony. Tack strips are provided on the back of the railing to secure banners.

To reserve banner space, use the EMS web app or contact Campus Scheduling (@jlelm.)

Posters in Sayles-Hill

Members of the Carleton community are allowed to post advertising flyers and posters on designated bulletin boards in Sayles-Hill. Posters should be no larger than 11”x17”. Thumb tacks are to be used for posting. Materials found on other surfaces such as doors, walls, windows, and pillars will be removed. Outdated posters and those tacked behind tabling space will be removed. Posters do not have to be approved before posting.