Room Descriptions

Diagrams of Reservable Rooms

Patio Diagram

The Ballroom

The Eynon Ballroom was renovated in 2002 this room can be reserved for all of your semi-formal needs. The entire ballroom can hold up to 450 people, but can be divided for smaller events.  With installed sound and projection system, and dimmable lights your presentation will have that movie theater quality. The room can include a stage or dance floor, and can be set- up in a variety of ways. If you are looking to have a semi-formal event at the best place on campus, then the Eynon Ballroom is for you.

Capacity: 450

Setup Options: Contact Student Center Office

Special Features:

  • Exclusive restrooms for your event
  • Coat Room
  • Internet access

The Pit

The Pit is a multipurpose area that can be used for award ceremonies, lectures, and small performances to name a few.  The furniture is moveable so this space can be rearranged to accommodate intimate groupings or stored away to create an open space for mingling. With its plush furniture and collegiate integrity the Pit can serve a variety of events.

Capacity: 450

Setup Options: Contact Student Center Office

 

Special Features:

  • Stage
  • Wireless internet

Room 129

Capacity: 45 people with chairs

Setup options:

  • Theater (45)
  • Conference(20)
  • Seminar(30)
  • U-Shape(18)

 

Room 128

Capacity: 25 people with chairs

Setup Options:

  • Theater (25)
  • Conference(14)

     

     

Room 144

Capacity: 90 people with chairs

Setup options:

  • Theater (90)
  • Seminar(72)

Special Features:

Room has partitions and can be divided into 4 separate meeting rooms (23 each)

Room 221

Capacity: 120 people with chairs

Setup options:

  • Theater (120)
  • Seminar (84)

Special Features:

Room has partitions and can be divided into 3 separate meeting spaces (40 each)

Diagrams for Setup Options

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ballroom

Pit

129

128

144

Room 144

221

 

 

 

 

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