Additional Meeting Spaces
Additional outdoor, dining, or classroom spaces may be available for events.
- University Dining Services: The following dining areas can be reserved by calling University Dining Services at 612-624-7173 for meetings and events catered by University Dining Services:
- The Carlson Private Dining Room (PDR) in the lower level of the Carlson School (capacity 120 seated)
- The Bistro West Cafe in the lower level of the Hubert Humphrey Center (capacity 90 seated)
- The Humphrey Private Dining Room 7B in the lower level of the Hubert Humphrey Center (capacity 45 seated)
- Office of Classroom Management (Study Spaces): The Carlson lower level Medtronic Cafeteria (CSOM L-145) dining area, approximate capacity 190 seated, is considered study space during the academic school year. It may be available for events during the summer or non-peak times. Availability is evaluated on a case-by-case basis depending on building activity. Determinations and scheduling is done by the Office of Classroom Management. Requests should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Outdoor Spaces: The outdoor Grieve Courtyard area in the lower level of the Carlson School, as well as the James & Carmen Campbell Plaza or Toro Courtyard adjacent to Hanson Hall, are reserved through Outdoor Spaces.
- Building and Event Services: Contact a Carlson Building and Event Services manager for information about the following spaces:
- The small area adjacent to ramp entrance to CSOM L-110 Honeywell Lecture Hall in the Carlson Building, is first available to L-110 users for registration or food services. Two tables are provided outside the entrance. When not in use by L-110 users, Carlson School-afiliated departments or student organizations may reserve a table for the purpose of providing information about their services or membership. Users of L-110, or those with a table confirmation from Carlson Building Services authorizing their reservation, have priority over spontaneous users.
- The entire lower level atrium, including the carpeted area with informal seating for approximately 45, is considered public space during the academic school year. It may be available for events during the summer or non-peak times. Availability is evaluated on a case-by-case basis depending on building activity and there may be a fee for use.
- The Target Atrium in Hanson Hall is considered public space during the academic school year. However, users of adjacent classrooms may set up a table or two near their room for registration or other program purposes. Event usage is limited to Carlson-sponsored events and evaluated on a case-by-case basis, depending on building activity. Users provide their own tables. Entrance and fire lanes must remain unused, in addition to a seven foot traffic lane past the tables for passage of building occupants.
- University Conference and Event Services (UCES). You can get information about other Twin Cities campus venues at University Conference and Event Services. UCES provides full-service conference and event coordination to internal and external users interested in holding multi-venue events on campus.