COVID-19 Information

3/31/2020 9:24:04 AM

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Use of College Facilities

MCC is taking sensible steps to keep the College and the community protected as status of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) changes.

Following the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance on meetings and travel, MCC is suspending use of its facilities to community groups and organizations starting March 21 through April 30.  We will revisit this suspension on April 15 for events scheduled May 1 and beyond and will notify you at that time.


  • Notify Event Services you are cancelling the event, Ext 29999, This will take care of setup, calendar posting, etc.
  • Notify any presenters, vendors, or those involved in the event
  • Notify invited participants, both those who have RSVPd and those who were invited
  • Notify any support services you have arranged such as food and beverage, photographer
  • Discuss any financial questions such as travel, reimbursements, and payments with Rich Hanneman, Ext. 22739,
  • If your event has sponsorships or private funding, contact MCCF, Amy Recker, Ext 22743,
  • If your event has state or federal funding, contact Terry Knipp, Ext. 22798,
  • Any other questions, contact Event Services, Ext 29999,

Use of College Facilities
Metropolitan Community College has several locations throughout the four-county service area and welcomes community organizations to use our facilities.  

Depending on the facility, the College has specific guidelines for the use of the facility including established fees for use. 

The Institute for the Culinary Arts (ICA) is the exclusive caterer for all activities in the ICA. No outside food or beverage is allowed within the facility. In addition, College policy does not permit the user to remove leftover food or beverage from the premise following a catered event or activity.

Food policy for all other MCC (non ICA) Locations:
All food served must be procured from a caterer or vendor who has a current health certificate. The certificates must be provided and on file in the Event Services office prior to the scheduled event. This means potlucks are not allowed for public events or events that involve outside participants or students.

The College has an exclusive contract with Pepsi. Non-Pepsi products should not be served at functions within buildings.  

Please note that we will ask you to provide a Certificate of Liability and Insurance with MCC as an additional named insured in the coverage amount of $1,000,000 for the duration of your approved activity.

Community users are not allowed to use any College facility or property for any revenue-generating activity of a for-profit individual, organization or entity

Facilities available for use:

Fort Omaha Campus

South Omaha Campus

Elkhorn Valley Campus



Facility Rental and Usage Fees

How to Request the use of an MCC Facility

Check on location and date availability by contacting Event Services at 531-MCC-9999 or by email.

After confirmation on availability and use within established guidelines, all users must submit:

  • Community User Facility Request
  • Hold Harmless Agreement Document
  • Certificate of Liability Insurance

Information and Policies on MCC Facilities