Facility Types — Academic

Pioneer 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. More…

Lekberg Hall from stage

Lekberg Hall

Lekberg Hall, located in the Amy Robertson Music Center, is a recital hall that seats 202 people. The handsome auditorium possesses an honest acoustic and hosts classes, concerts, and recitals featuring guest artists, students, and faculty members. More…

Joradan Lecture Hall from back of room

Jordan Lecture Hall

Jordan Lecture Hall, named after Alvin L. Jordan, is located in the Carver Science Center and is the largest lecture hall on campus. Seating capacity is 120 people in comfortable desk-style chairs. Rear-screen projection is one of the many benefits in the lecture hall. More…

Madsen Hall empty from front

Madsen Hall

The classroom, complete with hardwood floor, blue draperies, and stain-glass windows from Barrows Hall (the old conservatory of music), resembles Edgerton Recital Hall in size and appearance, as alumni who preceded 1984 would remember. It hosts numerous music classes, performance classes, and seminars from across the campus. More…