The College offers a variety of classroom and auditorium sizes and styles. Whether you're looking for a classroom for ten people or 200, a traditional-style room with moveable desks or an ampitheatre style room, one of our academic buildings may have just what you need.
Alan B. Miller Hall has a variety of spaces available for meetings, conferences, and social events including formal dinners, banquets, weddings and receptions.
The PDC is the School of Education's main venue for hosting meetings, conferences, and other events and can accommodate meetings for 10 to 375 people.
The College has field space, tennis courts, a gym, basketball courts, and a pool available for use by your group.
Recently renovated, the recreational facility includes an 8-lane pool, rock-climbing wall, 3-court gymnasium, fitness room, weight room, and various courts which can be used for racquetball, wallyball or squash.
Whether you're looking for a unique event setting, or want to play tennis in the air-conditioned comfort of our award-winning indoor tennis facility, the MNTC could be for you.
A multi-purpose arena that hosts College-wide events such as commencement and intercollegiate athletic events. It has accommodated a wide array of other activities, from concerts to large academic conferences and trade shows.
These facilities house ballrooms, auditoriums, meeting rooms, a theatre and more. Many are equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual and internet capabilities.
Directly behind the historic Christopher Wren building is the beautifully landscaped Sunken Garden and Crim Dell meadow.
The Center Court dining facility, utilized for conferences and summer school students during the summer months, offers cafeteria-style meals that are all-you-care-to-eat.
Computer labs are located in various locations around campus. Groups with a need for scheduling time and space in computer labs should contact Conference Services to make arrangements.