Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the general public rent the facility?

Yes, the public is welcome to have events at Doolittle Hall. Special rate consideration is given to Association of Graduates life members.

How late can events go in the building?

We prefer and suggest all events end by 12:00 midnight but we are flexible with timing.

Do you offer catering or do I need to use an exclusive caterer?

Doolittle Hall does not have catering services on site. Groups up to 25 are allowed to bring in their own food and beverage. For groups over 25 we have an exclusive list of caterers for you to choose from.

Do you provide linens for the tables?

We do not have linens available for events. Your caterer can provide linens or you may also contact a local rental company or provide them yourself.

Can we use candles for our event?

The only candles that may be used in our facility must be contained in a glass hurricane, glass bowl or votive holders. All decorations and rental items must be approved by the special events team. Please see the event contract for specific restrictions on decorations.

Can we bring in our own alcohol?

No. All alcoholic beverages must be arranged prior to and provided by the Falcon Club or Ike’s Grill as they own the liquor license. Failure to comply with this policy will result in a fine of $1,000.

How do my guests get on base?

Doolittle Hall is accessible to any and all visitors daily via the North Gate from 9:00am – 5:00pm. Guests will only need to provide a driver’s license for identity verification. Should you be having an event after hours or on a weekend, we will assist you with an Entry Access List (EAL). An EAL document consists of the names (first and last), date of birth and driver’s license number and state of issue for everyone attending your event over the age of 18. Individuals that hold a military ID or a DOD ID are always permitted access and do not have to be included on an EAL. We suggest all events have their guests complete an EAL due to the unreliability of changing threat levels.