Minneapolis Meeting Venues
Think "back to school" for your next meeting! The University of St. Thomas Minneapolis campus offers an engaging evironment to absorb your presentation concepts. We have a wide variety of venues such as auditoriums, dining facilities and atriums.
General Meeting/Breakout Rooms
The University layout allows for several general session meeting options with almost unlimited breakout room availability. The classrooms within the facility have a capacity of 24 to 60 and are close in proximity to general session areas. The classrooms also have full technology, wireless Internet and large windows giving natural lighting.
We are ideally suited for small to mid-size meetings, including board meetings, training seminars, workshops, lectures and strategic planning sessions. We can accommodate simple gatherings or host a full service event.
Schulze Hall was designed to facilitate teaching, learning, and innovation. Built and opened in 2005, Schulze Hall brings together graduate and undergraduate degree programs in entrepreneurship, as well as research centers and institutes.
The crown jewel of this hall is Schulze Auditorium. The two level auditorium features state of the art technology and acoustics. The full seating capacity is 324
Schulze Grand Atrium
The Schulze Grand Atrium is located in the heart of Downtown Minneapolis in the University of St. Thomas School of Law. A fountain in the center of a circular outdoor courtyard welcomes visitors at the school’s main entrance, leading them into a four-story glass enclosed atrium.
A prime location for conference luncheons, the atrium a beautiful venue for up to 350.
The Minneapolis campus is host to several dining facilities of various sizes. All include natural lighting and full technology built in. Group meeting sizes can range from 200 to 20 in comfortable surroundings. Our Great Rooms combine to seat 200 guests in a ballroom style format.
Terrence Murphy Hall opened in downtown Minneapolis in 1992. It was the first of four buildings which make up the Minneapolis campus. The Thornton Auditorium is located on the 2nd level of this building.
It is a large theatre style facility with a capacity of 200. It is equipped with full technology and filming capabilities.