For conferences requiring locations that can be configured for one large session and multiple breakout rooms as well as space for displays or posters, coffee breaks and lunch, dinner or reception we recommend these locations.
- 250 Seat auditorium (Friend 101)
- 3 Bowl Style Auditoriums
- 5 Small Classrooms (Friend 108-112)
- The Convocation Room (Friend 113)
Seats 120 people at round tables or can be
used for a reception or poster displays. The room may be booked 3 months in
advance unless it is an Engineering event. Reservations for the lobby and the
Convocation Room may be requested on the School of Engineering and Applied Science website.
- Friend Courtyard (Friend 004, 006, 008)
A may be set up in the courtyard during warmer months to accommodate a large group for lunches, dinners or receptions.
Reservations must be made by contacting the Physics Department.
- 314 Seat Auditorium (McDonnell A02)
- 150 Seat Auditorium (McDonnell A01)
- 100 Seat Auditorium (Jadwin A10)
- (4) 50 Seat Auditoriums (Jadwin A06, A07, A08, A09)
- Brush Gallery
A large space for a reception, lunch or dinner, or poster displays. We have seated nearly 250 people at round tables in this space. Please keep in mind that this space is a corridor and there may be some minimal foot traffic during your event.
Frick Chemistry Lab
Frick offers a large atrium, Taylor Commons, that can hold up to 350 people seated for dinner. Please contact the Department of Chemistry to inquire about reserving Taylor Commons.
- 245 Seat Auditorium (Frick B02)
Frist Campus Center
Frist Campus Center offers a variety of set ups in the middle of campus. As Frist is a managed facility please make sure to check the building schedule as it is one of the few locations on campus with scheduled opening and closing times.
- Multipurpose Room
A large open space allowing for flexible set up. Approximately 300 people can fit at round tables or the space may be arranged to accommodate various set ups.
- (10) 20 person classrooms
- 120 seat auditorium
McCosh Hall offers two of our largest classrooms making it a great space for lectures. It's Collegiate Gothic architecture also makes it our most "quintessentially Princeton" building. If you are looking to hold your event in McCosh please take into account two very crucial details. First, there is no multi purpose space meaning it is difficult, if not impossible, to set up a registration table or coffee break. Second, the main bathrooms are located in the basement and have limited capacity compared to the capacity of the classrooms.
- 465 Seat Auditorium (McCosh 50)
- 350 Seat Auditorium (McCosh 10)
- (2) 140 Seat Auditoriums (McCosh 28 and 46)
- (4) 60 Person Auditoriums (McCosh 60, 62, 64, 66)
- (10) 20 Person Classrooms