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Campus Table Reservations

Reserve a Table

Colleges, non-profit community groups and recognized student organizations may reserve a table in designated Campus Commons areas for the purpose of sharing information. 

Terms for Reserving Tabling Space:

  1. All requests to reserve table space must be made in advance, a minimum of two weeks, using the Table Reservation Request FormA tabling request does not guarantee a table reservation. If request is approved, requestor will be issued a permit. 

  2. The College makes facilities available to responsible groups and organizations using the Priority Use Guidelines established and whenever, in the judgment of the Facilities User Group and/or the Responsible Administrator, such use will not interfere with the academic mission of the College or provide undue risk to students, employees, the community or to College property.

  3. Reservation dates are available during each quarter, starting one week after the quarter begins until the last day of the quarter. Refer to the schedule below for class start and end dates. The requested times must be within campus hours of operation.

    Schedule

    Fall 2019

    Classes Begin: Sept. 3

    Classes End: Nov. 18

    Winter 2019-20

    Classes Begin: Dec. 2

    Holiday Recess/College closed: Dec. 25–Jan. 1

    Classes end: Feb. 27

    Spring 2020

    Classes begin: March 7

    Classes end: May 22

    Summer 2020

    Classes begin: June 5

    Classes end: Aug. 15

     

  4. Sharing information with students is permitted, but must approach the information table on their own.

    • No sales of goods or services

    • No solicitation for goods, services, religious or charitable purposes

    • No sale or give-away food or beverage items are permitted

Coditions for reserving tabling space

  1. The requesting party agrees to accept all liability for any damage done to College property resulting from the activity. Programs and activities must adhere to all state and federal laws as well as all College policies and regulations, including strict avoidance of excessive noise.

  2. Use of electronic amplification is not allowed.

  3. Table users are required to set up and dismantle accompanying displays.

    • All materials must be taken with the organization; storage for materials is not provided.

    • Materials and displays left on-site at the end of a reservation will be discarded.

  4. The College provides tables and chairs. It is the table user’s responsibility to provide all other table needs.

Tables can be reserved for the following areas:

  • Elkhorn Valley Campus Commons

  • Fort Omaha Campus

    • Building 10, first floor commons

    • Building 22, lobby

    • Building 23, Career and Academic Skills Center

  • South Omaha Campus

    • Connector Building lower commons

    • Connector Building upper common

    • Industrial Training Center commons

    • Mahoney Building commons

  • Applied Technology Center

  • Fremont Area Center commons

  • Express Center commons

  • Sarpy Center commons

Currently there is no fee for a campus table, but this policy is subject to change.

For assistance, contact:

Centralized Scheduling and Events
531-MCC-9999
or
email foc30scheduler@mccneb.edul

Disclaimer: Please note College staff reserves the right to cancel or end tabling reservations early on account of inclement weather, school closures, emergency tests/drills,and any other reasons deemed necessary. This applies to all table reservations.