To reserve a space at one of the Cultural Centers, call the center or stop by during the open hours. Open hours vary for each individual cultural center. (Please refer to each cultural center’s homepage web address on the following pages).
A reservation form can be printed and filled out from here PDF before arriving at the center.
- Current Price List
There is typically not a fee to rent a cultural center by a recognized student organization
- Types of Events the Cultural Centers Accommodate
Small events such as meetings/gatherings. 15-25 people will fit comfortably in most cultural centers.
- Space Use/Building Policies
The same space use policy applies to all cultural centers. It is included in this section.
Varies depending on the specific center.
- Space Schematics
Varies depending on the specific center. More information is included as pertaining to specific cultural centers in this section.
- Special Food Policies
Cultural Resource Center staff members need to be trained in Benton County Health Food Handler’s guidelines to be able to help with food preparation for Cultural Resource Center events. Food for all major events and programs must be prepared in the MU East kitchen facilities and transported to the individual Cultural Resource Center. Ready-to-eat food, food prepared for individual consumption, and cooking demonstration cuisine may be prepared at the individual Cultural Resource Center kitchen facilities. For clarification or more information regarding this policy, contact Robin Ryan (7-2917) and/or the Cultural Meal Support
- Other Important Information
Before Reserving a cultural center it is important to read the following:
Expectations for Cultural Resource Center Community Members
We have expectations concerning the behavior of each member of our community. We are individually and collectively responsible for our behavior and fully accountable for our actions.
We must take responsibility for own learning and awareness about racism, classism, heterosexism, religious oppression, and other forms of oppression.
Bigotry will not go unchallenged in our communities. No one has the right to malign another human being on the basis of race, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, or other personal characteristics.
We will not tolerate verbal or written abuse, threats,harassment, intimidation and violence against or by any member of our community. We do not accept alcohol or substance abuse as a rationale for such behavior. It is also not acceptable to claim that the behavior was "just a joke".
In order to promote a healthy community, each person should take the responsibility to identify and speak out against such behaviors as it occurs.
These community expectations are an integral part of the Diversity Development mission statement.
Cultural Resource Centers