Reserve indoor or outdoor athletic facilities at Skyline College for your next sporting
Skyline College athletic fields are unquestionably among the finest in Northern California.
Two regulation sized soccer fields, a baseball field / cage, seven tennis courts,
grass field and track are located at the eastern end of the campus. Special features
include modern synthetic turf fields for soccer, recently renovated track and tennis
surfaces, excellent accessibility and improved landscaping. These venues have been
the site for a number of soccer, baseball, lacrosse (grass field only), tennis and
track competitions and tournaments.
Other Athletic Facilities
Building 3: Dance Studio, Wrestling Facility and Fitness Room
Main Gymnasium: Maximum capacity of 960 that can be used for basketball, volleyball,
badminton and wrestling events.
Classroom Space: Small classrooms (from 10-30 occupants) are available for meetings
Recent renovations including new seating, carpeting and painting in the Skyline College
Theater have transformed the interior of this 500-seat venue and technical upgrades
place it well within the parameters of what is considered industry standard for a
live performance venue.
With a digital audio network, top tier lighting and sound consoles, and a completely
rebuilt lighting system from networked dimmer racks to automated luminaires, the theater
at Skyline College has the most to offer students who are interested in technical
production courses as well as anyone seeking an affordable rental space for their
If you are inviting presenter(s) or performer(s) to your event, please be aware that
the district office may require that your presenter(s)/performer(s) provide a certificate
of liability insurance.
Skyline College is an ideal location when holding your next business meeting, conference,
training or corporate retreat. Conference rooms vary in size and can accommodate groups
from 10-150 people. Rooms are technologically equipped with data and networking capability,
WiFi, and, in most cases, built-in video projection capability. Our conference rooms
are located in Building 6, the Student and Community Center.
Building 6 Room
40 ft. long x 24 ft. wide
28 ft. long x 23.5 ft. wide
20 ft. long x 24 ft. wide
22.5 ft. long x 14 ft. wide
29 ft. long x 24 ft. wide
22.5 ft. long x 14 ft. wide
*Rooms 6202, 6204 and 6206 are separated by moveable walls. These rooms may be combined
to form larger spaces by opening moveable walls. Configurations include:
Building 6 Room
49 ft. long x 24 ft. wide
60 ft. long x 24 ft. wide
89 ft. long x 24 ft. wide
Fireside Dining Room
Fireside Dining Room
The newly remodeled Fireside Dining Room in Building 6 (first floor) features floor
to ceiling windows with campus views and a beautifully designed fireplace. This inviting
venue can be configured in multiple ways to accommodate a variety of special events
such as banquets, weddings, conferences or large presentations.
Dimensions: 106 ft wide x 54 ft deep
Built-in ceiling mounted projector for presentations (7000 lumens)
Ceiling speakers for presentations
Blu-ray and CD/MP3 Player
Handheld and lavaliere wireless microphones
(2) 42" Monitors
Pacific Dining provides full service catering for business meetings and private events
and can accommodate small to very large groups. Outside groups renting facilities
are encouraged to use the services of Pacific Dining. Hours are Monday-Sunday (by
arrangement). For catering information, please visit Pacific Dining's Pacific Dining's website.
SkyCafé is operated by Pacific Dining, Skyline College's catering company and is located
on the first floor of Building 6 adjacent to Fireside Dining Room. The hours are posted
on the Food Services website.
World Cup Coffee & Tea
Skyline College Bookstore's World Cup Coffee & Tea is located on the first floor of
Building 6 adjacent to SkyCafé and Fireside Dining Room. World Cup Coffee & Tea offers
many popular beverages, freshly delivered pastries on weekdays and many healthy alternatives
and is also available for small on-campus catering. The hours are posted on the Food Services website.
Classrooms: 25 to 82 people
Lecture Halls: 105 to 140 people
Classrooms and lecture halls are the perfect venues for holding workshops, trainings
and seminars. Theater-style lecture halls provide an excellent venue for lectures
and presentations. Many of Skyline College's classrooms are SMART classrooms and are
ideal for audio visual presentations. SMART classrooms include: projectors, screens,
sound systems, wireless internet, video players and, in most rooms, document cameras.
The Gallery at Skyline College is a 1750 sq. ft. space appropriate for exhibitions
of artwork as well as cultural, social, musical, and literary events. The gallery
can accommodate up to 100 people.
To reserve the Gallery, please contact Paul Bridenbaugh, Gallery Director, at (650)
738-4294. To view the Gallery floor plan and usage guidelines, please visit the Art Gallery website.
Skyline College's outdoor venues include the Main Quad, athletic facilities and more.
Parking lots are also available for rent.
Located in the center of campus, directly in front of the entrance to the Student
and Community Center, the Main Quad features beautiful landscaping, unique stone benches
and seating cubes and a beautiful fountain. The Main Quad is a wonderful setting for
a variety of activities including cultural events, outdoor music performances, exhibits
and community events. It is easily accessible to the college bookstore, dining area,
food service, restrooms and parking.
The Solar & Building Science Learning Center is a custom-built facility designed to
provide “hands-on” technical training for Solar Technology and Building Science. The
Solar Electronics Lab/Workshop
Residential House Model
The Residential House Model is one of just a handful in the Bay Area and features
all the basic elements of a home like lighting, insulation, HVAC (heating, ventilation,
air conditioning) system, appliances, attic and crawl spaces. It is used to teach
students best practices for assessing and retrofitting buildings.
The Insulation Lab provides "hands-on" training for a multitude of insulation applications
such as blown-in, dense-pack, wet/damp spray, and drill and-fill. An Intec Force II
insulation machine is used for training as it is one of the most common, professional-grade
machines used in the industry.
For more information, please visit the Energy Systems Technology Management website.In the Solar Lab/Workshop, students have the opportunity to design and build a complete
solar system, as well as to test the electronic and mechanical components. The emphasis
is on real-world application of exciting and emerging technology solutions in an important
part of the renewable energy portfolio.
The Solar & Building Science Learning Center is located in Pacific Heights, Building
19, Room 129.
The Multicultural Center is the perfect venue for cocktail receptions, mixers, networking
events, retirement celebrations and other similar events. The kitchen allows for convenient
food preparation for a potential caterer.