Rent a Space

Renting a Space at CPCC

Facilities Services reserves and schedules the use of classroom space, conference rooms, and small auditoriums for non Performing Arts and Foundation Events.  All interested parties, both internal and external, must submit a rental application (found below), as well as a current certificate of insurance, and will assume all fees associated with the event.

Use of College space is permitted when activity does not conflict with ongoing classes, college business, or the mission of the College.  CPCC sponsored organizations involving public attendance are also required to follow this application process.

Facilities Services charges rental fees for all external organizations at all campuses unless other arrangements are made with Facilities Services prior to application submittal. An Application and a current certificate of insurance must be submitted from the requesting organization for processing and approvals a minimum of four weeks prior to the date of the event.  All assessed fees must be paid in full prior to the date of the event.

An internal College event is designed and organized by a campus division exclusively for students, faculty, and/or staff.  All other events, those to which the public is invited, and those involving a third party organization will be considered outside events and are subject to rental fees, as detailed in the Facilities Services Fee Schedule.

We welcome and encourage Faculty, Staff, and Employees to utilize space offered at CPCC under the guidelines provided by Facilities Services, Performing Arts and Events Facilities Division and Campus Administration.

 

Please review the documents below to find out more about renting a space at CPCC. Application acceptance is subject to review including: qualification of insurance requirements and intended use of the space.

 

For more information on available facilities, please contact Crystal Watson at 704.330.6249.


DISCLAIMER: CPCC reserves the right to deny a rental application or cancel a rental agreement for any reason, including, but not limited to, if the proposed use or event: Conflicts with CPCC’s Mission Statement; involves content that is considered by CPCC to be inappropriate; and/or is deemed by CPCC to be prejudicial to others in any way or not in the best interest of CPCC and/or its students, staff and faculty.  Users of CPCC space are expected to abide by all city, state, and federal laws pertaining to public assembly.  In no way does any use of CPCC facilities constitute an endorsement of the user or the user’s engagement by CPCC.