From board meetings or focus groups to wedding receptions and charity events, our conference rooms can comfortably accommodate your group.
Library Conference rooms 1 and 2
Located in the Library on North Central's Petoskey Campus. The library facility was finished in 1984 and is notable for its architectural design and facilitation toward library/media use. The two rooms, with a view of the campus, can accommodate groups from 35 to 100 people. By day, rooms are equipped for webinars, teleconferences, business meetings and presentations. By night the rooms can be transformed for elegant dinners, parties and receptions.
conference rooms 3 and 4
(Includes Iron Horse Café)
Located in the Student Center on North Central’s Petoskey campus. These rooms, with a view of the beautiful campus grounds and Jack Harris Gardens, can accommodate groups from 35 to 250 people.
student & community resource center (scrc)
The Gymnasium is located in the Student and Community Resource Center on North Central’s Petoskey campus. Completed in 2001, this 71,000 square foot facility has physical education and recreation facilities, an expanded college bookstore, and the College’s Learning Support Services. This facility can hold 1,500 theatre style, or 750 café style, or 50 large trade show booths.
the gymnasium offers
- Trade shows (boat show, homebuilders, gift show, cooking show)
- Sports camps
All meeting rooms and facilities have:
- Lobby areas providing extra space for registration and networking
- Convenient access to campus bookstore, campus cafeteria and vending machines for snacks and drinks.
- Free well-lit parking with ample handicap spaces
- Free Wi-Fi Internet access
- Free event consultation, set-up and tear-down
- Each room features built-in audio/visual and Internet capabilities.
The College prohibits the use of tobacco products by employees, students and visitors on the Petoskey campus except inside individual automobiles. The prohibition applies to all buildings and facilities, and all outdoor locations owned or controlled by the College. For purposes of this policy, tobacco is defined as any tobacco product that is smoked, chewed or consumed in any other fashion. Also included in this policy are electronic, nicotine-containing devices commonly referred to as “e-cigarettes.”
|NCMC Room Rental Rates|
|Room||Hourly Rate||Hourly Nonprofit||Daily Rate||Daily Nonprofit|
|Conf 3 & 4||$150||$105||$550||$385|
|Note: Nonprofit rate eligible customers are defined as 501C3 organizations and government agencies.|