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The Center for Community Engagement lobby is available as a meeting space to Amherst College student groups working to initiate or continue community engagement endeavors. Please read below to learn the meeting space policies. If you would like to reserve the CCE lobby for your group or initiative, follow these steps:
- Sign the electronic Space Use Agreement. Your group should have one representative to sign this agreement. You do not need to sign the agreement more than once, and you may sign it as a representative to multiple groups.
- Fill out the Space Reservation Form for the specific date and time that you would like to meet in the CCE lobby.
- If your request is approved and reserved, you will receive an email confirmation from the CCE.
Meeting Space Guidelines
The following are the guidelines for use of the lobby in the CCE after regular operating hours (9 a.m.-5 p.m.).
- Students and student groups risk losing the ability to reserve the CCE lobby if any guidelines are violated.
- The Center for Community Engagement lobby is available as a meeting space to Amherst College student groups working to initiate or continue community engagement endeavors.
- All student leaders must sign a Space Agreement of Use policy before reserving the lobby.
- The CCE lobby may be reserved from 5 p.m.-2 a.m. Monday-Friday, from 9 a.m.-2 a.m. Saturday and from 9 a.m. -1 a.m. on Sunday.
- Entry to the CCE is by key access. To obtain the key, please check in with the campus center manager. The campus center manager will exchange the key for a valid Amherst College student ID.
- All reservations for the lobby must be made online using the Space Reservation Form.
- Reservation requests for the CCE lobby will be processed in the order that they are received. Please allow three business days (Monday-Friday) for processing.
- If your group needs more than six chairs, you must make arrangements with the Keefe Campus Center staff prior to your meeting. They have chairs you may borrow during your meeting.
- Basic office supplies are available to you during your office reservation. The computer at the Front Desk is NOT for public use.
- Students using the lobby after hours are responsible for the care and cleanliness of the space. You must specify in your reservation request how many chairs you will need for your meeting. The set up of the lobby can be reconfigured to suit your meeting needs, but must be rearranged back to its original configuration.
- The CCE must be locked at the end of the meeting, and all lights must be turned off.