To reserve space in one of these rooms, use the form here: https://go.marybaldwin.edu/reservation/
For information about what facilities and equipment are already in each room, click on the room name:
Hunt East and West Dining Halls
Formal boardroom-style room with large table in the center of the room flanked by ten upholstered chairs. There are two 60″ flat screen displays in the room, as well as a lectern. Sound reinforcement for people speaking in the room is typically not necessary. There is a computer permanently located in the room in a labeled cabinet and connected to the flatscreens. The flatscreens are controlled with individual control panels next to them on the wall. Additionally, a laptop may be connected to the video screens with an HDMI cable. There is a wireless computer keyboard that controls the room PC that can be checked out from the library circulation desk.
Very large room with flat floor and internal columns. Stage at one end. No sound or video equipment permanently installed. The room has hard floors, walls, and ceilings, so there is a lot of echo in the room. Can be set up with dining tables and chairs and/or chairs in rows, although typically the room does not have any furniture in it.
Usually set up with chairs and tables seminar-style in a large rectangle, with additional chairs in rows. Has an audiovisual cart with a video projector, DVD/VCR, and audio amplifier and speakers. No computer is permanently located in the room—OIT/Multimedia can supply a laptop that the user must hook up to the video projector. There is a projection screen in the room.
Large exterior brick terrace. Has exterior electric outlets, so it can be set up with a sound system.
Usually set up with 50 chairs in rows, but chairs can be moved to perimeter of room. Has a video projector, DVD/VCR, an audio amplifier and speakers. A computer is permanently located in the room inside the cabinet next to the right-hand window in the front of the room. OIT/Multimedia can check out a wireless keyboard that controls the room PC. An electrically-operated projection screen is on the ceiling. Sound reinforcement for people speaking in the room is typically not necessary, but is available—one microphone can be plugged into the room’s system. No lectern, but a movable pulpit is located in the room. A baby grand piano and a small electric organ are located in the room.
Two tables are available for organizations to promote their event or fundraiser. There is a digital signage display in the Foyer that runs on a schedule.
Open gallery space. Typically there is no AV equipment or furniture located in the room, but the ceiling speakers are part of the Hunt Dining Hall audio system and can be set to play the background music channel, sound from other spaces in the building, and sound from the building’s wireless microphones.
The ceiling speakers are part of the Hunt Dining Hall audio system and can be set to play the background music channel, sound from other spaces in the building, and sound from the building’s wireless microphones. Furniture arrangements are flexible in Hunt West by arrangement with Physical Plant. There is a flatscreen display in Hunt East that displays the MBC-TV announcements channel.
Regularly-scheduled AND one-time study groups and student organizations should reserve classrooms for small group meetings that do not require a special setup. Reserving the classroom allows the office booking the meeting to “spread around” noise and traffic among the available spaces. Most classrooms have video projector and projection screen or Smartboard, Classroom PC, and Document Camera. A list of classrooms with Smart Boards is here. Details of how technology works in various classrooms are here.
Lecture hall with approximately 250 seats permanently installed on risers. Electrically-operated projection screen, whiteboard surface, and sound diffuser for music recitals. Limited stage lighting control is located backstage.Has classroom PC and Mac Mini computers, Blu-ray and DVD/VCR player, video projection, and built-in Left/Center/Right/Surround speaker system. In locked cabinet backstage, wireless remote PowerPoint clickers, 2 wireless handheld microphones, wireless Crestron system control panel. If your event needs the wireless mics, OIT can provide faculty and staff with the cabinet lock combination. A concert grand piano is located in the room but it is locked. Full directions on how to use Francis Auditorium are documented here.
Set up seminar-style with tables arranged in a large oval. Video projector and speakers in ceiling; connected to a room PC, pull-down screen, whiteboard. The room PC is on a mobile cart that can either be used as a lectern or be moved alongside the seminar tables. Sound reinforcement for people speaking in the room is typically not necessary. How to use King 107 is documented here.
Chairs and seminar tables are permanently located in the room. Pull-down screen and whiteboard. Has a ceiling mounted video projector, and audio amplifier and speakers. A PC is on a mobile cart that can be moved alongside the seminar tables. Sound reinforcement for people speaking in the room is typically not necessary. How to use King 108 is documented here: AV-in-King-108
Smaller boardroom-style room with large central table and chairs, large video display with connecting cables for your laptop.
Collaborative learning space with movable tables and chairs, Chromebooks, and large wall areas with whiteboard paint. Smartboard-equipped.
Has one medium and one small flexible meeting space, each with a television with connecting cables for a laptop.
Gym and Dance Studio have sound systems installed. PAC 213D classroom has Smartboard and instructor computer workstation, folding tables and folding chairs.
Open area with tables and chairs. TVs connected to MBC-TV announcements channel and Dining Services digital signage.
Center for Student Success:
The Group Study Room has one flatscreen display connected to a room PC with a wireless keyboard and a HDMI cable for connecting to guest laptops. The Conference Room has two flatscreen displays connected to a room PC with a wireless keyboard and a HDMI cable going to each display.