University events are held at a school, college, or university, and are organized by their staff, faculty, or students. It’s a perfect way for your university to inspire and motivate students to grow personally and professionally inside a playful and fun environment.
The University Event License functions the same as the Standard Event License, except that you will require permission from your school because your Incitement event will be co-branded with that school’s name (for example: IncitementTaylor’s, or IncitementMMU).
Once your application for a university event license is approved, you get to organize 1 (one) event. The license is valid for 6 (six) months, and so your Incitement event must be organized within those six months. For this period of time you will be the sole owner of the unique Incitement event name you provide in your application.
When you have organized your event or your license has expired and you want to organize another Incitement event, you will need to re-apply for a license. You will have pre-emptive rights to obtain the license as the previous organizer. If you decide not to renew you will need to give up the domain name and other properties associated with your Incitement event, and assist in transferring ownership to another licensee.
Event should be held and organized in compliance with Incitement rules and in addition comply with the university’s respective rules and regulations.
Your university Incitement event should take place inside the school, college, or university. In order to be approved for a University Event License you should be a staff member or student of the university you are requesting a license for.
Your university Incitement event will be co-branded with the school your event is being held at, and so your event should be named after the school in which the event is held. For example, IncitementMMU, or IncitementTaylor’s. You can read more about the rules for event naming here.
You’ll want to select a theme that matters to the people inside your geographical location; a topic that lives. Your theme should be abstract, broad, and overarching, and should be able to attract a diverse group of attendees. Read more about event themes here.
The audience for your university event will be the students and staff of your university. However, you may open up your university event to outside attendees.
Your standard event should have a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 speakers. Your speakers should be diverse, and come from multiple disciplines so they can approach your theme from different perspectives.
Your university Incitement event can hold a maximum of 100 attendees. Only 2nd Degree License holders can organize university events with more than 100 attendees.
Your event can not last longer than 5 hours. Only 2nd Degree License holders can organize events up to 1 (one) day.