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Reserve Campus Space

Make a reservation for any event in any one of our available campus buildings.

LEC's classically structured buildings are designed with an eye for beauty and a mind for practicality. To request a room for an event, please fill out and submit the request form.

LEC Faculty and Staff should fill out the Internal Event Form or contact:

Catherine Beisel

Director of Stewardship and Events

1 (440) 375-7223

cbeisel@lec.edu

Our buildings are available for the following types of events:

  • Weddings and social engagements

  • Meetings and lectures

  • Summer Camps

  • and more...

Below are the following buildings available:

Royce Hall for the Fine and Performing Arts

The Royce Hall for the Fine and Performing Arts was built in 1970 and is home to our annual BFA exhibition and year-round theatrical productions.

Helen Rockwell Morley Memorial Music Building

An acoustic feat architecturally, it is considered one of the best small concert halls in the area. The hall houses a grand 64-rank E.M. Skinner organ built in 1927 that exemplifies those acoustics.

College Hall

As the first structure built for Lake Erie College, College Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been awarded a Partners in Preservation grant presented by National Geographic.

Arthur S. Holden Center

Serving as the hub of Student Life, the Holden Center is often the site of graduate and career fairs to further connect the students in their goals.

Austin Hall

This is where some of our best and brightest minds innovate for the future and where we host sustainability speakers.

Garfield Center

Once a private elementary school, the Garfield Center has become LEC’s own educational building, lending it’s space to the School of Education, Professional Development, the renowned Physician Assistant Program and a state-of-the-art HVACR lab.

Jerome T. Osborne Family Athletic & Wellness Center

This state-of-the-art facility houses the Lake Erie College Department of Athletics, Sports Medicine training room, student fitness center and weight room and is the home venue for Storm basketball, volleyball and wrestling.

Andrews Residence Hall

Andrews, Ritter and Fowler Halls are outfitted to be a Lake Erie College student’s home away from home.

Tracy H Dickinson Hall

Tracy H. Dickinson Hall has community kitchenette and laundry facilities, lounges and 43 student rooms.

Fowler Residence Hall

Each residence hall contains a kitchenette and laundry facility, as well as a community area with a television.

Ritter Hall

Each residence hall contains a kitchenette and laundry facility, as well as a community area with a television.