Sykes Meeting Spaces
Meeting Rooms for 1-20 people:
- Room 250
This room located on the second floor of Sykes is ideal for executive boards and small conference group meetings. This is due its
quiet location and the fact that there are no windows in this room. This room can hold approximately 8 people at a small
rectangular conference table nicely appointed with comfortable chairs.
- Room 251
This room located on the second floor of Sykes is ideal for executive board and smaller conference group meetings. This is due
its quiet location and the fact that there are no windows in this room. This room can hold approximately 18 people at an oval
conference table nicely appointed with comfortable chairs.
- Room 257
This luxuriously appointed conference room is located in the back hall of the second floor. The beautiful custom hardwood table
in combination with the high-back executive chairs make for a very professional conference atmosphere. The maximum occupancy for
this conference room is 18, making it large enough for a good-sized group, yet small enough to maintain an intimate ambiance.
The room is equipped with a Smart Board interactive whiteboard with projection and sound for enhanced technology needs.
Meeting Rooms for 20-80 people:
- Room 10B
Located on the ground floor past the theatre, room 10B can seat 25 people in a lecture style seating.
As part of Rams Den, this space, along with 10A and the 10 Lounge makes an excellent for a multi-room event.
- Room 209
Located just off the main stairs in the lobby area of the second floor, this room is excellent for lectures and presentations.
As one of the largest conference rooms in the building, this room can comfortably seat approximately 45 in a lecture setting.
This in combination with its convenient location make room 209 a popular choice for all. The room is equipped with a Smart Board
interactive whiteboard with projection and sound for enhanced technology needs.
- Room 210
Also conveniently located just off the main stairs, room 210 is slightly smaller than its neighbor, room 209. This provides the
ideal atmosphere for lectures and presentations for groups of approximately 35. A nice addition to this room is that the rear wall
of glass overlooks the first floor TV lounge, contributing to a light and airy atmosphere.
- Room 252
This room is the largest 2nd floor room that Sykes has to offer. When opened up, it can accommodate a lecture of 75 and a conference
of 28 people. When separated, room A works well as a conference set for 16, and room B can have a conference set of 12. This room is
ideal for large presentations in which maximum space is required.
- Room 254
This medium-sized room is located in the far corner of the second floor. The room can comfortably accommodate a conference of 16 and
a lecture of approximately 30. Upon entering this room you will be pleased with the natural lighting that the multiple windows
- Room 255
This room is the next largest 2nd floor room in Sykes. When opened into one room, it will accommodate 70 in a lecture setting and 24
in a conference setting. When separated, room A & B can each accommodate a conference of 12 and a lecture of 30. This room also
contains windows that provide a nice atmosphere for any occasion.
Meeting Rooms for 80 or more people:
- Room 10A
- Located on the ground floor, room 10A can fit 108 people in lecture setting. As part of Rams Den, this space, along with 10B and the 10 Lounge makes an excellent for a multi-room event.
- Room 115
- Located past the Rams Head Food Court on the first floor of Sykes Union, Room 115 is a fantastic multipurpose space room for a number of larger events, including meals, meetings, presentations, and lectures.
- Ballrooms A, B, and C
These three rooms form one of our most versatile facilities in Sykes Union. They can be prepared for lectures, banquets, dances,
or group activities, both large and small. As one large ballroom, we can accommodate groups as large as 500 people for lectures, and
banquet seating up to 240. Each ballroom is equipped with internal sound and basic house lighting. Ballroom C provides the user with a
large screen and overhead projection that can be used for various visual programs. Ballroom B is especially suited for those programs
that seek to minimize distractions as well as natural light due to its enclosed design. Ballroom A offers two grand doors that open
into the lobby, which can be opened, entice passers by to come and see what event is taking place.
Located on the ground floor, the theater can comfortably fit up to 352 people. It is the location for our weekly movie series,
sponsored by the Student Activities Council, since it comes equipped with digital projection and wide screen viewing with Dolby 6.1
Surround Sound. The room is also ideal for visual presentations, lectures, small performances that do not require off stage areas.
The stage is 32 feet wide by 7' deep.