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Public Service/Facility Rental
Gainesville State College is equipped to handle your facility needs, whether it’s for corporate training, classes, seminars, conferences, meetings, or special events. For more information on facility pricing, reservations, or to reserve a room, contact Shannon Chandler by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at (678)717-3603, or submit the Facilities Request Form.
Facilities: Gainesville State College offers conference rooms and classrooms equipped with various technology to meet your needs. Our facilities are designed to meet the needs of your company, school or organization. Please click here (COMING SOON) for an overview of what each space has to offer.
Science, Engineering & Technology Building
The state-of-the-art 50,000 square foot Science, Engineering, and Technology facility contains faculty offices for the Division of Natural Sciences, Engineering, and Technology, as well as four lecture halls, five classrooms, two class/lab rooms, a microcomputer based physics lab, three chemistry labs, a microbiology lab, three biology labs, two multipurpose labs, an analytical chemistry instrument room, a research lab, a soil/rock prep lab, a Geographic Information Science lab, an Integrated Technology lab, and a large general-use Multimedia Science Computer lab.
This building houses many convenient accommodations for students, faculty members, and other groups who seek workshop, seminar, or general meeting rooms. Student Government Association Offices, recreational areas, game room, food service, and the bookstore are located in this building. The facility also includes the Student Affairs, Admissions, Counseling and Career Services Center, Minority Affairs Office, Registrar’s Office, Student Life Office, Financial Aid Office, Academic Advising Center, and the Cyber Cafe/Gameroom.
Continuing Education/Performing Arts Center
This 40,000-square-foot building contains two wings, one with offices and classrooms for Continuing Education & Public Service activities and the other for classrooms and related instructional space to support drama. The wings are connected to a common lobby, which is the center of many College activities. A 300-seat teaching theater (Ed Cabell Theatre) is included, as well as the Roy C. Moore Art Gallery.