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Conferences and Events

Meetings, Conferences, and Workshops

Lewis & Clark hosts a variety of selective meetings, conferences, and workshops. The historic campus is well-situated to accommodate small and mid-sized groups for both traditional and specialty events such as annual meetings, group retreats, and networking events.

Meeting Package and Event Support

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Our Conferences and Events team consists of dedicated professionals who will assist with planning and implementing your program to ensure its success. Our day meeting package includes the venue, catering package options, complimentary parking, basic audio-visual equipment, and in-stock tables and chairs. Our campus is equipped with Wi-Fi,  and our staff of information technology professionals can provide help and guidance with accessing and using technology on campus.

And be sure to check out the wider city of Portland—we’re only six miles from downtown. Have more time? Consider exploring the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. A one- or two-hour drive from Portland will take you to rugged mountains, coastal beaches, volcanoes, high deserts, old-growth forests, and more.

Featured Venues

Lewis & Clark’s meeting and conference spaces are versatile venues that can accommodate a variety of events both large and small. Conferences can be held in a single building or multiple locations that are all within walking distance. Clients work one-on-one with a professional event coordinator to plan events from start to finish.

  • Agnes Flanagan Chapel

    Built in 1968 and updated in 2010, the Agnes Flanagan Chapel features a magnificent Casavant organ, seating for 500 people, and stained glass windows. The chapel renovations include a new, elevated stage, a sophisticated sound and lighting system, and ADA accessible restrooms.

    Room area 5,250 sq. ft. Agnes Flanagan Chapel has fixed seating for 402 and 829 sq. ft. of performance space. 

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  • Classrooms and Meeting Rooms

    For smaller meetings, we have many media-equipped rooms to fit your specific needs. Each meeting facility is equipped with wireless Internet and comfortable accommodations.

    Classrooms in Albany Quadrangle can accommodate between 20 to 40 people, with a variety of seating arrangements. The three meeting rooms in Albany Quadrangle equipped with wireless internet and audiovisual technology. This classroom in JR Howard Hall is an example of one of our smaller venues.The meeting rooms in Templeton Campus Center range in size and capacity.

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  • Council Chamber

    Located in Templeton Campus Center, Council Chamber has tiered seating for up to 220 and built-in projection capabilities.

    Room area 3,650 sq. ft. With seating for more than 200, Council Chamber also includes a 1,200-square-foot performance area.

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  • Diane Gregg Pavilion

    Completed in 2011 and attached to the Agnes Flanagan Chapel, the Diane Gregg Pavilion’s open design provides a flexible venue and a lovely setting for parties, receptions, workshops, lectures, and performances. The maple sprung floor is ideal for dancing.

    Room area (sq. ft.) 1,600. Diane Gregg Pavilion can be arranged as follows: banquet, theater, reception, or hollow square. Completed in 2011, Diane Gregg Pavilion includes full audiovisual technology. A kitchenette enables food preparation for events.  

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  • Evans Music Center Auditorium

    Remodeled in 2012, Evans Music Center Auditorium, with capacity of 400, has a large stage, tiered seating and ADA seating, adjustable lighting, and excellent acoustics.

    Room area 3,000 sq. ft. Evans Auditorium has fixed seating for 378 and a performance area with 1,780 sq. ft.

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  • Miller 105

    Located in Miller Center for Humanities, this lecture hall has a capacity of 90 and includes a presentation stage and built-in projection capabilities.

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