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Hold your next corporate or business event at JCCC's Regnier Center or the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.

The Regnier Center on the JCCC main campus houses the Capitol Federal Conference Center and is connected to the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, home to the M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Auditorium.

These buildings offer many spacious meeting rooms and event spaces suitable for corporate and business events, training and conferences.

When you contact us regarding event rentals, the scheduler will gather your event details, needs and specific requirements. Every event request is evaluated, and if the event is appropriate and space is available, you will be sent an Application/Agreement for Use of College Facility for Educational Purposes that acknowledges the approval and confirms your space assignments. We will notify you personally to confirm that your request has been approved.

You may also be given additional documents to review, sign and return to scheduling to finalize your reservation.

Event spaces

The technology-rich Capitol Federal Conference Center is available for conferences, multimedia presentations, exhibitions, special events and banquets.

The Conference Center set with rows of seating
The Conference Center set with round tables suitable for a luncheon or dinner.

The conference center is located on the first floor of the Regnier Center, adjacent to the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art. The two-story glass Atrium that connects the Regnier Center with the museum is also available for rent and can be used as a meet-and-greet lobby or an exceptional backdrop for evening business receptions. The 190-seat M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Auditorium in the Nerman Museum is available for rent to support additional presentations.

The 5,000-square-foot Capitol Federal Conference Center can be set up to be as one large room — ideal for keynote presentations or luncheons — or it can be divided into halves (lengthwise or crosswise) or quadrants. It can accommodate up to 330 people.

The center is surrounded by breakout rooms and space for exhibits in nearby hallways, as well as in the Richard G. and Barbara J. Shull Foyer.

Each quadrant of the center is designed with multiple floor outlets for exhibits and computers, as well as podiums engineered with user-friendly touch screens to control the computer, LCD projectors, microphones, HDMI and VGA external device connections and, if requested, a document camera.

Tables may be configured to create a conference room, classroom, lecture hall or banquet space. JCCC catering can provide catering for coffee breaks, sit-down dinners, informal buffets and hors d’oeuvre receptions. No outside catering is permitted per College event policies.

  • Capacity: 330 people
  • Rental Charge: $1,000 per day for entire space; $750 for half; $500 for one quadrant.

Meeting rooms and classrooms are close to the conference center and may be reserved.

A meeting room set up with tables and chairs in a U shape.

All rooms have an LCD projection screen and podiums equipped with a computer, document camera, and VGA and HDMI connections for external devices. 

  • Capacity: 10-30
  • Rental Charge: Range from $15-$40 per hour with a $60-$160 minimum, depending on spaces requested

The two-story glass Atrium that connects the Regnier Center and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art at JCCC may be reserved for events.

The Atrium space features a large glass entry wall on each end.
The space opens to the Capitol Federal Conference Center on one side and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art (NMOCA) on the other.

The soaring glass walls act as a counterpoint to the limestone facade of the museum and the red oak of the conference center – a perfect site for business receptions or meet-and-greet events.

The seating area for Café Tempo overlooks the atrium.

  • Capacity: 200
  • Rental Charge: $500 for Atrium-only rentals; $150 with the rental of any other Regnier Center or NMOCA space. 

Located on the second floor of the Regnier Center, the Cube is a two-story space with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer spectacular views.

An exterior view of the Cube space.
An exterior view of the Cube at night
The inside of the Cube space

This space is two stories in height with floor-to-ceiling windows on the south and west sides of the room. This room is spectacular as a space for dining, business meetings and breakout sessions.

The room can be set up in a number of configurations to accommodate your event, presentation or seating requirements. 

The Cube functions well as a meeting space; it is equipped with a computer and monitor for presentations and an HDMI connection to support external devices.

  • Capacity: 32 for an open box configuration; 42 for banquets
  • Rental Charge: $75 per hour with a $300 minimum

The Beverly R. and Harvey S. Bodker Executive Conference Room, located on the first floor of the Regnier Center, offers a professional conference room setting ideal for small meetings and small, private business dining events.

The interior of the Bodker Executive Conference Room

  • Capacity: 12
  • Rental Charge: $40 per hour with a $160 minimum

Located on the second floor of the Nerman Museum near the Hudson Auditorium, this room overlooks the Atrium and works well for meetings or breakout sessions.

The Tearney Education Center features tables and chairs that can be configured to meet your meeting needs.

  • Capacity: 24
  • Rental Charge: $60 per hour with a $240 minimum
  • Note: No food/drink is allowed in the Tearney Education Center

Café Tempo, JCCC's award-winning on-campus restaurant, is located within the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.

Interior of Cafe Tempo features tables suitable for individuals, couples and groups.

Café Tempo, which seats 110, is open to the public Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. - 3 p.m., and serves breakfast, lunch and snacks.

After the cafe closes to the public, it may be reserved for private functions. Wine and beer may be served after 5 p.m.

  • Capacity: Up to 110
  • Rental Charge: No rental charge for the space with a catering minimum of $1,000

Located on the second floor of the Nerman Museum, this auditorium is engineered with high-performance projection and acoustics.

The Hudson Auditorium is ideal for lectures and presentations

  • Capacity: 190
  • Rental charge: $100 per hour with a $400 minimum
  • Note: No food or drink is allowed in the Hudson Auditorium.

The galleries within the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art may be opened for special event visitors after regular public hours.

A patron looks at a painting inside one of the Nerman gallery spaces.

For a charge of $1,500, after-hours access to the museum galleries may be available, pending approval by museum staff.

The approval process for access to the galleries will be facilitated by the conference services manager, and you will be notified of your request status as soon as possible.

Requests may be made for after-hours access to the Museum Tuesdays through Saturdays until 10 p.m. The Museum's public hours are available on the Nerman Museum website. Note that no food or drink is permitted anywhere inside the Nerman Museum.

If your after-hours access request is approved, you will need to make reservations for a docent-guided tour in the galleries, unless you are interested in self-guided touring. Requests for guided tours are accommodated pending docent availability.

Rental clients may schedule group tours online; if tours are scheduled during public hours, there is no museum gallery rental fee. For more details about tours and reservations visit Nerman Museum Tours.