Who We Serve
UNO and Community Partnership Spaces
The CEC houses four separate community/university partnership spaces totaling 10,500 square feet.
Two of these spaces are on the first floor, with two more on the second floor of the building. These suites are fully furnished, with flexible office spaces for UNO and community organizations, each selected through our space application process. Eligible organizations include:
- Education (K-12 or higher education partners)
- Private sector organizations
- Grant-funded initiatives
Learn more about our current building partner organizations
Community Engagement Meeting Spaces
There are 20 meeting and event spaces that are available at no charge to nonprofit organizations or not-for-profit initiatives, who use the space for the public good. The spaces are intended for community and UNO organizations for programming, service learning, volunteerism, or long-term collaboration. Some examples of previously confirmed activities include:
- Nonprofit board meetings
- Volunteer fairs
- Volunteer trainings
- Community dialogues
- Nonprofit staff retreats
- Student's service-learning projects
- Service learning seminars
Learn more about our meeting spaces.
Public areas for building partner organizations, students, faculty, and staff are available. The following spaces were designed with the idea that more than one group could be working in the same space at any given time.
- Lower Commons Lounge
- The Judy Monaghan First Floor Shared Resource Center (Room 116)
- The Second Floor Shared Resource Center (Room 218)
UNO Signature Outreach Programs
The CEC is home to three of UNO's signature outreach programs including:
- Service Learning Academy
- The Office of Civic and Social Responsibility
- The William Brennan Institute for Labor Studies
The CEC serves as the nexus for metropolitan outreach for the campus, connecting university resources and interests with community needs.
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