Form and Function: Flexible Event Space

The first floor of the Barbara Walters Campus Center is home to a flexible, multipurpose space comprised of three rooms and the Living Room. These rooms can be used individually or combined in a number of ways to accommodate larger groups. Each room features ample windows, featuring translucent and blackout shades, and can be closed off from the Atrium.

The Living Room

The Living Room in the Barbara Walters Campus Center

Features:

  • Fireplace
  • Variety of seating and table options
  • Projector and screen
  • One-touch translucent and blackout shades on deman
  • Maximum capacity: 330

Room A:
Demonstrating Meeting Layout

Seating and table set up for a meeting

Features:

  • Adjacent to the Living Room
  • Can accommodate meeting, lecture, or roundtable seting
  • Mendola chairs
  • Projector and screen
  • One-touch translucent and blackout shades on deman
  • Maximum capacity: 224

Room B:
Demonstrating Lecture Seating

Seating set up for a lecture

Features:

  • Can accommodate meeting, lecture, or roundtable seting
  • Mendola chairs
  • Projector and screen
  • One-touch translucent and blackout shades on deman
  • Maximum capacity: 253

Room C:
Demonstrating Roundtable Seating

Roundtable seating

Features:

  • Can accommodate meeting, lecture, or roundtable seting
  • Mendola chairs
  • Projector and screen
  • One-touch translucent and blackout shades on deman
  • Maximum capacity: 299