Distribution of Alcohol After an individual’s ID has been checked, an appointed event monitor must immediately take the alcohol to the bar and exchange it for a ticket. Tickets must state the brand of alcohol and the number of containers.
Issue the ticket to the individual who brought the alcohol. Each time the individual receives a drink from the bartender the ticket must be punched or marked. appropriately. Individuals may receive only one drink per visit to the bar.
Individualsmust have a ticket AND a wristband indicating 21 years or older in order to receive a drink.
On-Campus Events with Alcohol Student organizations are allowed to host events with alcohol on campus. Aramarkmust be serving or selling the alcohol per TABC requirements (organizations are charged a fee from Aramark for the use of a bartender). The following is a list of locations that are available for these events, pending availability.
Indoor Locations* Fiesta Room Mabee Hall Heidi Lounge
Lightner Tea Room Holt Center Skyline Room Underwood Room Tigers’ Den
* TABC requires that an area for beverage service be defined to ensure that no alcohol is taken in or out of the specified area. The use of a one-time entrance approach is recommended. Additionally, student organizations must establish and secure a boundary for a venue with staff or security officers in order to maintain the integrity of the area. An exception to this policy is the Tiger’s Den.
Process for Holding Events with Alcohol on Campus Submit a reservation request via T-SPACE. When the event and location is confirmed, complete an Alcohol- Use Permit and schedule an appointment to meet with a CCI staff member. The appointment should be scheduled at least 30 days prior to the event to allow for registration with TABC.
CCI staff will work in conjunction with the student organization to meet with Aramark and TUPD to finalize the plan. Student organizations should not independently meet with either Aramark or TUPD.
Once the reservation has been confirmed and the Alcohol-Use Permit is signed the event can proceed. Organizations are responsible for the cost of a temporary TABC license.
Trinity University Police Department (TUPD) TUPD provides security for all campus events with alcohol. Student organizations are responsible for the cost of security. In the unlikely event that TUPD is unable to provide security coverage, TUPD will establish a list of qualified police officers from other agencies who will be hired to work the event on campus. The rate for one security officer at an event with alcohol is $25 an hour/per officer (four hour minimum), depending on the size of the event and number of participants. IDs will be checked by either a TUPD officer, Aramark staff member, or licensed TABC bartender.
Outdoor Locations* Storch Courtyard Heidi Lawn Prassel Lawn
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