Below you will find a detailed list of all event venues at the University of Miami. Browse through the list below and find out which venue is the best fit. Feel free to get in touch with the respective contact person if you have any question about a particular venue.
|Location||Venue Contact Person||Photo||Other|
|Allen Hall||Conference Facilities Office
|For more detail
information visit the School of
Continuing Studies Facilities website.
|Clarke/Gusman Hall||Felipe A. Oliveira
|For more detailed information, download a "Description of Spaces and Reservation Rates".
|Founder's Hall||Angel Velazquez
Two areas available, Main dining area (max. cap. 240), President's Room (max. cap. 30).
Rates are based on cost of food & beverage.
College of Engineering Dean's Office
Main office of the Physics building.
This outdoor courtyard shared by the Physics Building and the College of Engineering.
It has beautiful shade trees and little jumping fountains. Perfect for a picnic!
|James L. Knight Int'l Center||
Conference Facilities Office
|For more detail information visit the James L. Knight Int'l Center website.|
|Lowe Art Museum||
Small meeting rooms to large galleries containing priceless art and antiquities is the perfect place for an event.
Download a "Room List, Map and Rates" document.[WORD] [PDF]
Newly constructed Business Center with small meeting spaces, dining area and a auditorium.
Download rates and special features document:
Parties by Pat
Spectacular bay view!!!! Outside patio seats roughly 50 people. Inside dining area seats 150 people.
Rates based on cost of food and beverage. Contact Parties by Pat for more information.
Available for special performances and special events, although limited.
Contact Kent directly to reserve.
Or visit the Ring Theater web site.
|The Schoninger Quadrangle||
|Perfect courtyard circle for small or large gatherings.|
|University Center (UC)||
|Small meeting rooms to large outdoor patio space available for reservation.|
|Visit the Wellness Center web site.|
Dr. Robert Hosmon
|Beautiful outdoor courtyard space. Perfect for standing reception or seatedq luncheon or dinner. Flowering vines surround the courtyard.|
Creating a First Impression With Your Invitation
A well-crafted, professionally designed invitation creates a great first impression for an event, setting the tone for the experience the event will offer, and often has a larger role as part of a strategic marketing plan. Our constituents see us as one institution, so we must maintain and reinforce the University's brand in the community and have a consistency to the style, tone, and content of our communications at every level.
Consisting of a senior team of project managers, editors, designers, and production personnel, University Relations' Office of Communication functions as the central communications and publications group for the University. We are experienced in creating dynamic materials that are uniquely designed to reflect the purpose and personality of an event and that support the University's central brand identity.
To discuss project direction, budget, production schedules, and general procedures, please contact Todd Ellenberg, Assistant Vice President for Communications and Marketing at 305-284-6047 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The following forms are available for you to download, and provide a step-by-step event planning process. From set-up to clean-up, you have all you need to organize and manage your event thoroughly and efficiently.
|Document||Microsoft Format||Adobe Format|
|Event Checklist and Timetable||[WORD]||[PDF]|
|Event Budget Worksheet||[EXCEL]||[PDF]|
|Address/Data Clean-Up Guide||[WORD]||[PDF]|
|Sample Sequence of Events||[WORD]||[PDF]|
|Protocol/Etiquette Style Guide||[WORD]||[PDF]|
If you would like us to assist you with your next function, please fill out the form below. One of our team members will be in touch with you to discuss your event within 48 hours.
Service Request Form