ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES POLICY APPROVAL FORM
OGC REV 09/17/19
In accordance with the Roger Williams University Alcoholic Beverages Policy, this Approval Form must be completed for all events on the
Universitys Bristol, Portsmouth (Baypoint), and Providence (One Empire Plaza) campuses and off-campus University-sponsored events where
alcoholic beverages will be served and/or consumed.
UNIVERSITY EVENT INFORMATION:
Event Location: ________________________________________________ Event Date:
Department/Area Sponsoring Event:
Description of Event:
Method of Service of
Alcoholic Beverages:
Cash Bar
Open Bar
Other:
Alcoholic Beverages to Be
Served:
Beer
Wine
Spirits/Hard
Liquor
Will Persons Under the
Age of 21 be Present at
the Event?
Yes
No
If Yes, Explain (or
attach additional
information):
______________________________________________________
Caterer or Third-Party
Establishment Responsible
for Serving Alcoholic
Beverages:*
______________________________________________________________________________________________
I certify that I have reviewed the Universitys Alcoholic Beverages Policy and that the event described above will comply with the rules and
regulations contained in the policy.
RWU Submitter Name (Print): RWU Submitter Signature: Date:
APPROVALS:
Select One
Necessary Approval(s)
B: Vice President for Student Life
A: EVP for Finance & Administration;
and B: Vice President for Student Life
A: EVP for Finance & Administration and
B: Vice President for Student Life
A: EVP for Finance & Administration
Once completed and all necessary approval(s) obtained, send original signed Approval Form to the Office of General Counsel for legal approval.
OGC will distribute copies of the legal stamped Approval Form accordingly.
A: B:
Jerome F. Williams, EVP for Finance & Administration /Date John J. King, Vice President for Student Life / Date
*If you are NOT using Bon Appetit Management Company as the caterer for an on-campus event OR if you are having an off-campus event that will be held
at a facility that is not properly licensed to serve alcoholic beverages, you must consult with the Office of General Counsel to discuss licensing and liability
issues.
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