Facilities at Sacramento City College are available for use by faculty, staff,and students for College related internal functions and events.
Requests to use facilities for campus events must be on the Scheduling Campus Facilities Form and submitted to Facilities and Operations. For an event to qualify as a “campus event,” it must meet the following criteria (LRCCD Policy P-1511):
- Its primary purpose is to support District/campus mission.
- The activity/event must be under control/supervision of a District employee for the duration of the event.
- Any fees charged for the event are deposited into District/Campus accounts and used to support activities or campus programs.
For activities not meeting all of the criteria, please refer to the Facility Use – Community Events webpage.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How are campus events categorized?
Use of events are categorized as either College Use or a Rental. District regulations do not allow “co-sponsorships”. Please see the Facilities Handbook to determine if your event is categorized as a rental or campus event.
2. What facilities can I reserve?
Non-Instructional Facilities: RHN 258, LRC 105, City Café #1, City Café #2, SOG 119 Instructional-Facilities (classrooms & smart rooms) after the 2nd week of semester Contact Facilities, Amy Virdure ext. 2304, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Center West Hall, Cultural Awareness Center, Veterans Resource Center Contact Student Leadership & Development Chris Torres ext. 2381, Christ@scc.losrios.edu.
Labs, department conference rooms, contact Division Offices. See Facilities Handbook for a more complete list of Labs and conference rooms.
3. What forms do I need to fill out to reserve spaces?
Non-Instructional & Instructional Facilities complete the Scheduling Campus Facilities Form and return via email or hand deliver to Amy Virdure in Facilities. Requests will not be accepted over the phone and/or without paperwork.
Student Center West Hall, Cultural Awareness Center & Veterans Resource Center complete the Student Leadership & Development Event Request Form and return via email or hand deliver to Chris Torres in Student Leadership & Development.
Department meeting rooms & labs are scheduled through corresponding Departments. Please see the list provided in the Facilities Handbook.
4. How do I get the media equipment I need?
For audio systems, screen set-up, more elaborate media needs or tutorials for permanently installed equipment, fill out Media Services Event Support Request Form and/or contact Media Services. For use of media equipment for which you do not need staff support, including digital projectors, laptops, and other portable AV equipment, you may check out this equipment from Instructional Media, 916-558-2671. Staff ID required.
5. What about tables, chairs and other set up needs?
Any tables, chairs, etc. that you require for your event need to be indicated on page 3 of the Scheduling Campus Facilities Form. Set ups will not be accepted with less than 2 weeks’ notice. Please refer to the Event Support section of the Facilities Handbook for more detailed information.
6. How soon will I receive a confirmation for my request?
Please keep in mind that we receive many requests per day and try to get through them in as timely matter as possible. Requests are typically prioritized by the date of the event so we can accommodate those that are approaching soonest. To provide an effective and consistent schedule of rooms, requests will not be accepted over the phone and/or without paperwork.