The CMC helps clubs manage their calendars, keep a level recruiting playing field, and minimize conflicts. Student feedback consistently indicates a preference for fewer events; each event should include a robust number of company representatives to maximize student-company interaction.
Companies planning to hold events with the clubs listed below must request event dates through the CMC.
Note: CWIB and BBSA  have sponsorship requirements that must be met. For more information, please contact respective club leaders.
To propose a club-related event for the above clubs in the fall, request a company event in COIN  and choose “High-Volume Club Event” to indicate a preferred and alternate date and time, as well as the content of the event. The administration will consult the School-wide calendar and ensure there is capacity for the event, then enlist relevant club officers to manage the relationship for that preapproved event. Clubs will have the discretion to decline certain events or impose limits on the number of events each company can hold. This is in response to calendar and event overload during key academic periods and to foster an equal opportunity to meet candidates.
To propose an event with other clubs at the School, you may reach out directly to relevant club officers, a list of which is available here .
Companies may begin booking events with all clubs on June 16, 2014. All clubs, including those mentioned above, must have their fall on- or off-campus events on the School’s event calendar by October 1, 2014. Club events planned after that date must be approved by the administration on a case-by-case basis.
Tip for financial services recruiters: Schedule evening
presentations with senior management before
November 7, 2014, so as not to conflict with targeted off-campus events.
Please review the presentation calendar  to plan events on behalf of students. To avoid onflicts, it is best to avoid these times when planning student club events. Contact Natalie Rios , assistant director of recruiting events, for more information.
During a typical week in the fall, clubs will be able to plan events at the following times:
Industry-focused club and affiliation conferences can give a firm great visibility among interested students. For general information about conferences, contact student club officers or the Office of Student Affairs at 212-854-4191.