Event Spaces and Attributes Available Non-classroom Spaces Meeting locations Anderson Center: 302, 315 and 320 Bush Memorial Library Conference Room Drew Residence Hall Conference Room Giddens Learning Center Faculty Lounge Large event spaces Anderson Center 111, 112, 304, 305 and the Forum Bush Student Center Ballroom Bush Student Center HUB Kay Fredericks Room Klas Center Manor Residence Hall Lounge (not accessible, cannot be used for events that are open the public) Outdoor spaces Anderson Center Patio, Terrace and Mall Film viewing spaces Giddens Learning Center 100E Drew Science Center 118 Bush Student Center HUB Bush Student Center Lobby Event Space Setup Options Depending on the location, size and type of event we offer various setup options. Classroom Setups Classrooms have a standard setup. Rooms can be rearranged if necessary, but must be returned to standard setup after the meeting or event. Detailed Space Information and Attributes Classroom Attributes Chart (PDF) » A useful resource for academic scheduling. Lists all general use classrooms on our Saint Paul campus by capacity and provides an inventory of current installed technology, setup arrangement, and furniture type. Also notes computer labs, the locations of SMART Boards, and attribute exceptions. Classroom Information by Building (PDF) » A complete listing of general use classrooms and computer labs on our Saint Paul campus and at our Minneapolis location. [Does not include the School of Law Building.] Organized by building, it includes classroom capacity (number of student seats), standard furniture setup, and installed technology, as well as building addresses and a technology key at the end. Event Space Information By Building (PDF) » A complete listing of meeting and event spaces on our Saint Paul campus and at our Minneapolis location. [Does not include the School of Law Building.] Organized by building, it includes the capacity and features of each space, such as standard furniture setup or setup options and installed technology, as well as building addresses and a technology key at the end.