Venues & Meeting Spaces

No matter the size of your event, we can accommodate your needs

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Lecture Halls, Auditoriums & Special Event Venues

UD offers several lecture halls, accommodating anywhere from 30-100 guests, as well as several smaller classrooms, meeting spaces and seminar-style conference rooms. We provide conference rooms and meeting spaces all around campus. Whether you are looking for an informal meeting room for a small group or a professional conference room for an all-day meeting, UD can accommodate your needs.

Many of the University’s large and small classrooms are also available for breakout sessions or seminars. The Haggar Auditorium in the Art Village is ideal for presentations, since it is equipped with a projector and screen. Our Haggar Board Room is the perfect setting for a formal meeting. Many of the University's large and small classrooms are also available for breakout sessions or seminars. If you are looking for a place to host a special event, UD's Haggar building offers several dining facilities, including the Constantin Dining Room, the Haggar Café and the Rathskeller Restaurant & Bar. The Haggar Foyer is also available for reservation and can be used for a variety of events.

Athletic Fields & Facilities

If your group is looking for a place to host an athletic camp, UD's fields are available for practices and games. The University's athletic complex contains baseball, softball, soccer, rugby and lacrosse fields, as well as a multi-purpose gym. Other fitness amenities include a sand volleyball court, several miles of cross country trails and an outdoor recreational pool (subject to availability).

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