The Center for Student Life and Leadership Development agrees to sponsor vendors on campus in order to provide unique products and services that might not be otherwise available to Cañada College students. A vendor is defined as a business person or business entity who wishes to offer their products and services at Cañada College. Such vendors must follow the guidelines outlined below in order to be sponsored in such a manner.
Monday - Thursday, 9:15am-4pm
Yes, if you indicate it on your Vendor Application, a 6 foot table and two chairs will be provided to you.
Vendors who sell merchandise: $40/day
Vendors engaging in client based businesses (banks, phones, companies, credit cards, clinics, etc.): $50/day
Payment must be received in advance.
Fees can be waived if you are invited by a campus club and/ or organization. Please call our front desk for more information.
"ASCC Cañada College"
Areas you can choose to have a table:
Check out our Vendor Map for help!
In consideration of participation as a seller at Cañada College and use of facilities of Cañada College for selling or distribution of literature or solicitation of signatures, I , intending to be legally bound for myself, my heirs, representatives, successors and assigns, hereby hold harmless, release and forever discharge its officers agents, representatives, board members, officers, employees, attorneys, successors and assigns, from against any and all claims, demands, liabilities, damages, causes of action, costs or fees, arising out of or relating to my participation in activities such as selling or distribution of literature or solicitation of signatures, including, but not limited to, claims arising out of injuries or accidents sustained by me or any other person, or damage to property, or claims arising out of defective or inferior materials or misinformation, in connection with my presence on campus. It is assumed that all taxes collected as a result of sales will be paid by the vendor to the appropriate agency. Materials shall not be distributed in a manner that disrupts instructional programs, any college activity or blocks or impedes the safe flow of traffic within corridors and entrance ways at the College.