Indianola Campus Facilities

Enjoy the beauty of our 73-acre campus with a variety of meeting and banquet facilities to accommodate groups of ten to 500. Here you will find executive-style conference rooms, general session spaces, an auditorium with theatre seating and a spacious banquet facility.

Pioneer Conference Room

Pioneer Conference Room
Indianola Campus

McNeill Hall provides an environment conducive to learning with its contemporary classrooms, comfortable lounge, and the Pioneer Hi-Bred International Conference Room. The Pioneer Conference Room can be arranged for groups from 15 to 70 people in a setting that is both aesthetically pleasing and highly functional. A special feature of this facility is the availability of state-of-the-art audio-visual capabilities.

 

Great Hall

Great Hall is an air-conditioned, highly adaptable room with a capacity to comfortably seat 275 people for meals. A superb banquet facility, it can also be arranged for recitals, lectures and other presentations. Great Hall features a cathedral ceiling, hardwood floors, stage and alcove with a raised platform, podium and piano.

 

Hubbell Hall with colored lights

Hubbell Hall with colored lights

Hubbell Ballroom set up for an event in the Kent Campus Center

Kent Campus Center Hubbell Hall set for a banquet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Kent Campus Center was built in 2012.  Whether you are looking for a private dining room for 6 , a banquet for 350; or a dance for 500. Kent Campus Center is a premier venue.  Available for rental year-round.

Hubbell Hall seats 350 people banquet style or can be divided into two smaller venues.  It is an ideal location for social events such as dinners, receptions and company parties.

Hubbell Hall is equipped with state-of-the-art media for conferences, meetings and training sessions.

 

Jordan Hall

The Alvin L. Jordan Lecture Hall is located in the Carver Science Center. Seating capacity is 120 people in comfortable desk-style chairs. Rear-screen projection is one of the many benefits in the Alvin L. Jordan Lecture Hall.