Union Multipurpose Activities Center
6836 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74133-3247
918-357-7480 / 918-357-7482
Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Facility Use Requests
To check on available dates and space please contact UMAC Management at 357-4322 or 357-7482
- District Facilities Calendar - A listing of all scheduled activities/events by facility.
- Facilities Use Application
Facility Use Rate
Use fee structure is based on established use rates and determined by the type of event and space required. Per day use fee for a full arena setup is a fixed rate plus any requested and required additional services. Add-on services include, but are not limited to staffing, stagehands, catering, turnover, housekeeping, equipment rental, etc. The UMAC retains rights to negotiate for a percentage of ticket sales in lieu of fixed use rate. The per day use fees for move-in days, rehearsal days, move-out days and scaled-down shows are negotiable.
The John Q. Hammons Arena at the UMAC seats 5,662 and features wide concourses, unobstructed sightlines, comfortable seating, upscale concessions, state-of-the-art video boards and entertainment options for a myriad of purposes.
The John Q. Hammons Arena at the UMAC was named in honor of Hammons in 2003 for his donation to the Union Schools Education Foundation. It serves as a multipurpose center for students in the district as well as for tradeshows, tournaments, conferences and performances.
Images of the UMAC's versatility
- Athletic Championships Cheerleading Competition
- Green Country Home & Garden Show Image 2
- Basketball Game
- Union High School Prom Image 2
- Arena Banquet Set-up
- Arena floor – 28,000 square feet
- Arena - Basketball Floor Set-up
- Soldier Homecoming
The Redskin Room, with a maple hardwood floor, has 4,350 square feet of banquet space and can be divided into two separate rooms. It is ideal for small seminars, conferences, dances, weddings and banquets, it provides a classy setting that is both functional and versatile, capable of hosting multiple events at the same time
It is the most popular room in the UMAC because of its fantastic panoramic view of Union Tuttle Stadium and Union High School. The view is so awe-inspiring Redskin fans are eager to view a football game from this room. The perspective is both overwhelming and intimate, giving fans a unique setting few public schools can offer.
Square FeetBanquet StyleTheater StyleLounge Style (Seated)Lounge Style (Reception)Room A-B230450192350Room A11022096170Room B11022096170
- 4,350 square feet
- Can be used as one space or divided into two separate rooms
- 20’ ceiling
- Hardwood floors
- Black velour curtained walls
- 8’ wall-to-wall mirrors behind curtains allowing room to convert into dance studio
- Banquet seating for 230 people, or
- Casual setting complete with rounds, café tables, sofas and side chairs
- Patio with outdoor seating
- 2 separate sound systems
Redskin Room Diagrams
Redskin Room Banquet Seating
Images of the Redskin Room's versatility
Perfect for breakout sessions, company retreats or small seminars, the UMAC features three room for such uses. Each room has a beautiful view of Union Tuttle Stadium and is close to the Redskin Room.
1,800 square feet that can be divided into three separate rooms
Each meeting room contains:
Square FeetBanquet StyleTheater StyleClassroom StyleMeeting Room I405028Meeting Room II606726Meeting Room III404026Meeting Rooms I-III14012580
- Private entrance
- Modular tables with modesty panels
- Dry erase board
- Pull-down screen
This diagram shows all three classrooms open for use.
The walking track is currently open during the times the Wellness & Medicine Center is open.
However, during certain events at the UMAC, the walking track will be closed to accomodate other needs such as major sporting events or special concerts. If you have questions about the availability of the walking track, you may contact the UMAC Management Office at 918-357-4322 or 918-357-7482.
Union School Board Policy for Use of School Facilities
The Board recognizes that the primary function of the district is to provide every student with a high quality and comprehensive educational offering. For this reason, buildings are constructed and facilities provided. The district, therefore, has a prior claim to the use of school facilities. However, the Board is interested in accommodating community and other organizations which seek to use facilities owned and operated by the district. The following Board policy states the requirements established by the Board for such use. In the event of a conflict between any provision of this policy with federal or state laws, the federal or state laws shall prevail.
For information on these areas, please see the Board Policy Page:
- PERMITTED USES
- PROHIBITED USES
- USE APPROVAL AUTHORITY AND PROCEDURES
- SPECIAL CONSIDERATION