Need to schedule an event? Follow this quick reference guide for detailed instructions on how to use 25Live and schedule an event.
Before considering requesting approval to co-sponsor an event, please read the Blue Book Administrative Regulation 1.5.6 Rent Required and Exceptions, specifically 22.214.171.124.
A. The activity for which the facility is to be used relates directly to MCCCD's mission of education and training, and MCCCD obtains a specific benefit from the activity;
B. The activity is not political; and
C. The value or benefit that MCCCD receives from the activity is substantially equivalent to the amount of rent that MCCCD is foregoing.
The proposed event MUST meet all three criteria in this section before a request to co-sponsor will be considered, which must be stated on the Waiver of Rent request form.
If your department plans to co-sponsor an event with an external organization, please complete the Waiver of Rent - Co-sponsored (available on the Forms page) and submit it to Facility & Vehicle Scheduling for approval.
Off-campus groups must request facilities from the Facilities Coordinator. This should be done as early as possible. Once the facility has been approved by the Facilities Coordinator, a contract will be prepared per the agreement made between the Facility Coordinator and the requesting organization. The prepared contract will be sent to the organization's contact person for signature and must be returned in a timely manner with a certificate of insurance with a minimum liability coverage of $1 million.
If you wish to request to rent space at MCC, please complete the Application for Facility Rental (available from the Forms page) and forward to email@example.com for Southern/Dobson requests and to firstname.lastname@example.org for Red Mountain requests.
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