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Our Purpose


Our purpose is to build community and promote a sense of belonging at Georgia Tech by providing a safe space where all students can celebrate spiritual, emotional, and physical wellness.


General Use Guidelines

Appropriate Uses

  • The Beth Cabrera Reflection Space is utilized as a quiet space for Prayer, Meditation, and Reflection.
  • All events must maintain the sanctity of the space.
  • The capacity limit is 75.
  • Events with 10 or more people require a reservation.
  • Reservations should be submitted at least 3 weeks prior to your event.
  • Food is prohibited.
  • Events are scheduled based upon availability of staff.
  • Amplified sound permitted with prior approval AND confirmed reservation.

Hours of Operations

Staffed Hours

Monday - Friday 9am - 10pm

Saturday and Sunday 11am - 3pm


All property of the Beth Cabrera Reflection Room must remain within the space. Property includes tables, ottomans, audio/video equipment, and podiums. General rule of thumb: if you or your group does not own the item in question, then it cannot be removed from the space.

Furniture such as tables, chairs, ottomans, and podiums may be used and rearranged within the space, but the furniture must be returned to its original location.

Space is reserved as is.

Journaling tables are available upon request.

No additional table or chairs will be added to this space.

Cleaning Policy

Groups are responsible for restoring the space to its original condition upon the conclusion of their event. Failure to restore the space to its original condition can result in a re-evaluation of the group’s reservation privileges.

SCEC Decorations Policy

Storage Space

Registered Student Organizations that show a need for storing specific items in the Reflection Space can be allowed space in storage to keep their items. This is only for items that will be used in the Reflection Space by the RSO members. The storage will be monitored by staff regularly to ensure that only Reflection Space items are stored here. If an RSO has other items that they need to store that are not used in the Reflection Space, they should work with the Center for Student Engagement to rent a secure locker in the Student Organization Hub.  

Applications for storage are valid for 1 semester. RSOs should reapply for space for the following semester, if storage is still needed. To keep their storage space, RSOs must reapply each semester by the last day of classes using this same form. RSOs that do not complete the reapplication by the last day of classes must remove their belongings by the last day of finals. Items or property that are abandoned will be removed by SCEC staff the Monday following finals week.

Apply for storage space here:

Reflection Literature Collection

The Reflection Space offers a shelf space for literature that helps promote the purpose of the Reflection Space. The literature can be provided by registered student organizations, departments, and GT affiliates that want to promote students’ spiritual, emotional, and physical wellness.


The following items are acceptable for submitting to the Reflection Literature Collection:

  • Published Books
  • Peer-Reviewed Journals and/or Articles
  • Pamphlets provided by content area Organizations
  • Religious Doctrine
  • Health and wellness related literature
  • Unused Guided/Prompted Journals
  • Unused free-flow Journals

The items below will not be accepted. Please follow the SCEC Posting Guidelines and Practices for these items.

  • Brochures
  • Flyers
  • Posters

To donate literature to the Reflection Literature Collection, please complete the Qualtrics form below:


Reserve Our Spaces

RSOs, Departments, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, and Community partners are welcomed to reserve the Reflection Space for activities, holidays, and/or campus resources that highlight spiritual, emotional, and physical wellness.