Our Cultural Resource Center (CRC) facilities provide community, celebration, and traditions that encourage students to become dynamic role models with innovative approaches to create social change. These spaces also provide a venue for functions that educate students and members of the community about the CRC facilities designated culture, and provide leadership development through these events and activities.
Five Cultural Resource Centers offer unique event spaces. Due to the importance of the CRC spaces as sites for transformational learning and community building, we require that all reservations align with our mission. When considering hosting an event in one of our centers, please read all of our policies closely to make sure we're the right space for your event. We will evaluate reservation requests alignment using the following criteria:
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Currently, only the Asian & Pacific Cultural Center (APCC), Centro Cultural César Chávez (CCCC), Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center (BCC), and the Native American Longhouse Eena Haws (NAL) are equipped to accommodate the following setup layouts within their Gathering Hall spaces: Banquet, Circle of Chairs, Classroom, U-shape, Theater/Lecture, and Hollow Square.
For a visual aid of the layouts that we provide, please click on any of the following links below: