Room C at CCE-Tompkins education center
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Room C is a board room style meeting room that seats a maximum of 22 people.

Public Meeting Rooms

The Cooperative Extension Education Center has two first floor meeting rooms available for use by community groups, organizations, government bodies, and businesses for daytime, evening and weekend use for meetings or educational programs. Facilities are not available for parties . Meeting rooms are wheelchair accessible. Free parking is available in our Willow Avenue lot or along Willow and Lincoln Streets.

Maximum Meeting Room Capacity

Room Description Chairs Only Tables & Chairs
Room A – carpeted 40 36 (6 tables w/6 chairs)
Room C – carpeted, comfortable chairs 22 22 (boardroom style)

Meeting Room Use Options

1.  One-time use: Reserve a room for a single meeting; eligible for future use if building rules were followed.

2.  Multiple use : Reserve a room for several meetings; there is no guarantee that space will be available at the same date and time each month.Advance booking is permitted for up to 3 months.

3. Annual lease: Sign an annual lease for regular monthly meetings. Request a sample copy of the lease and arrange a meeting to discuss lease terms.Lease rates are set annually by the CCE-Tompkins finance committee and approved by the board of directors.

Certificate of Insurance

  • Required for businesses and incorporated not-for-profit groups

Meeting Room Charge for One-time and Multiple-time Users

  • Weekday $35 for half-day use (up to 4 hours); $50 for full day use (4 hours plus)
  • Weekend $45 for half-day use (up to 4 hours); $65 for full day use (4 hours plus)
  • Payment is required at the time of booking by check, credit card, money order.

Refund Policy

  • Refunds are provided only if the meeting room cancellation is received 20 business days in advance.
  • In the case of cancellations due to inclement weather or CCE-Tompkins building closure, credit will be given towards future meeting space use.On occasion, a group may be asked to relocate to another community meeting space due to CCE-Tompkins priority use – CCE-Tompkins will provide at least 20 days notice if such circumstance should arise and refund any money paid.

Public meeting rooms are made available on an equitable basis, regardless of the race, religion, sex, or affiliations of individuals or groups requesting their use. The Cooperative Extension Association of Tompkins County, as the owner of the building, has the right to grant permission or deny meeting room use if the user cannot comply with CCE-Tompkins building use policy and depending on CCE-Tompkins program needs.

Last updated August 19, 2020