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Frequently Asked Questions

Students can use the EMS space reservation system to reserve a space on campus for meetings or events. If there is a space on campus that you would like to reserve but isn’t visible within EMS, please contact your advisor.

Once you have signed into Anchor Link, click into your student org’s page using the navigation on the left where you should see your org’s logo. Click on the respective logo and select “Events” from the menu. Once you’re on the events page, you will see a blue button at the top right-hand of the screen, click the button and create your event. Please note: It will be helpful to work with your advisor as you navigate this for the first time.

Student organizations can make purchases by submitting a Purchase Request form via AnchorLink and getting written email approval from your SCSJI advisor. The approval must follow the format outlined by SOLS. You can find step-by-step instructions here.

SCSJI has a limited supply of card readers (tappers) that can be reserved by student organizations. Please reach out to your advisor to coordinate.

Reserving the MCS and MCL can be done through the EMS space reservation system. Priority for these spaces are given to student organizations who are advised by SCSJI. If you have questions or need further information, please reach out to your advisor or email

SCSJI’s trainings and workshops are designed to support students as they navigate various nuances of leadership during their time at Vanderbilt. Our sessions are for both undergraduate and graduate students. Faculty and administration can also request a training/workshop that is for a student group that they work closely with. This Training Request Form can be found on AnchorLink

No. These spaces are open to be reserved by any member in the Vanderbilt community, however, organizations who are advised by SCSJI will recieve priority consideration

Yes. We are proud to offer our Lending Library, located in the Multicultural Lounge in Sarratt 335, which is open to students to borrow books from. Most of the books are related to social justice, community building, rest and restoration.