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Facility Rentals at RSCC Campuses
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Facility Rentals at RSCC Campuses

Facility Rentals at RSCC Campuses

Need a Location for Your Event?

Roane State has several rental options available to external groups for an event such as a concert, festival, special ceremony, or single-day educational conclave. Policies governing facility use are set forth in RSCC Policy GA-06-02 and in TBR Policy 1-03-02-50.

Contact Information

Who to contact for available dates and rental information

Step 1. Application for Use of Facility Agreements

A facility usage application is required to begin the booking process.

Completed applications should be faxed to Diane Cox at 865-882-4521. Completed applications for rental of the Princess Theatre and/or the O'Brien Theatre should be faxed to Darren York at 865-285-3305.

Step 2. Contract for Use of Facility

After your facilities usage application is approved, one of the TBR-approved facilities use agreements will be processed for each event.

Current Fee Structure for Use of Facility Agreements

The following rates are effective from June 1, 2012, and may be amended from time to time:

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