Facility Use

Using Washington State Facilities

Many Washington State facilities are used by community organizations. Rooms that are not specialized classrooms (i.e., labs and studios) may be reserved by community organizations if there is no conflicting use on the scheduling calendar. Washington State courses and activities will always receive priority in scheduling classrooms.

Food and beverages may be consumed only in specified areas of each building. If you plan to have snacks or drinks, please confirm that you are reserving an area where that is allowed. No alcoholic beverages of any type are permitted on campus.

Reservations must be made to use any area of the campus. Contact the records office to request reservations of campus rooms and facilities.

Community Room

communityroomOne of the facilities most often used is the Community Room, in the Main Building. The Community Room seats 60 and is equipped with sound and projection equipment. Refreshments can be served in this room. The room includes tables and chairs, a podium and chalkboard.

Graham Auditorium

Graham Auditorium, in the Arts and Sciences Center, seats 288 in a tiered configuration. The seats face a stage with theatrical lighting availability. A sound system is available for use; arrangements must be made for a sound technician from the college to be available during the use period. No food or beverages are permitted in Graham Auditorium.

A & S graham auditoriumAt the entry to Graham Auditorium, the second floor lobby of the Arts and Sciences Center is ideal for pre-event receptions and/or registration. Refreshments are permitted in this area, with permission.

The second floor is accessible by stairs or elevator.

The first floor lobby of the Arts and Sciences Center is often used for pre-event and post-event refreshments.

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