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Miami University-Conference Services

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Miami University-Conference Services

Conference Services
701 E. Spring Street

Oxford, Ohio 45056-3650

2000Largest Group
200Meeting Rooms
2000Overnight Guests
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Gorgeous campus with lots of green space and trees. Award-winning dining services. Air-conditioned classrooms; conveniently located residence halls and new apartments available. Audiovisual and technical support staff. 155,000 square foot Recreational Sports Center; high and low ropes courses.
Nearby Cities & Number of Miles:
Cincinnati - 55
Dayton - 45
Columbus - 110
Nearest Airport/ Number of Minutes:
Cincinnati Int'l / 55
Late May to early August.
Room Type(s):
Residence Halls
Suite/Apt Style
Nearby Hotel(s)
Bath Type(s):
Private Communal Semi-Private
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Wireless internet available in all classrooms, residence hall rooms, and hotel rooms. Two-way interactive video sessions can be arranged.
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Food & Beverage:
Wide variety of menu options from refreshment breaks, buffets, cookouts to upscale banquets. Flexible meal times. Can accommodate special diets.
Complete Meeting Package:
Ropes Course / Team Building:
Special Rates and Packages:
Pricing will depend upon services requested. Please call for a quote.
Rental Policies:
Ideal for groups up to 2,000

Event Spaces

Meeting RoomDescriptionsSquare Footage
Armstrong Student Center True to Miami's tradition and identity, the Armstrong Student center serves as the family room for interactions that enhance student learning and personal and professional development. At a university that prides itself on placing the student first, the Armstrong Student Center is the focal point of their "Miami Experience." Signature Spaces: Bicentennial Rotunda, Slant Walk, Harry T. Wilks Theater (seats 500), The Commons (seats 450), The Pavilion (seats 800 -- 500 for meals), Shade Family Room, Joslin Family Terrace, Bob & Doris `52 Pulley Diner (seats 200), The Cultural Center, Community Lounge and Kitchen, Smucker Wiikiaami Room (seats 20), Marcum Family Terrace. 550 E. Spring St. Oxford, OH 45056 513-529-2310

Hall Auditorium The building now known as Hall Auditorium was completed in 1908, being renamed in 1969 after Miami’s fifth president, John W. Hall. A top-to-bottom renovation of the building, completed in 1992, replaced old equipment with state-of- the-art light and sound systems and created a beautiful, warm, acoustically precise venue with a new stage that is almost double the size of the old facility. Now with seating at 735 capacity, Hall Auditorium is the site for most of the Music Department’s major concerts, as well as many concerts produced and supported by the university’s Performing Arts Series. It currently houses the Performing Arts Series Office and the Philosophy Department. Parking available in several lots on campus and along Campus Avenue. This venue is fully accessible.

Millett Hall John D. Millett Hall, named in honor of Miami University's 16th president, opened its doors on Dec. 2, 1968, and serves as the home of RedHawk men's and women's basketball and volleyball. Millett Hall, built at an approximate cost of $7.5 million, houses many of the athletic department offices, as well as the university ROTC offices. The building also has hosted commencement exercises, plays and concerts. Among those who have performed at Millett Hall are Bill Cosby, The Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, 50 Cent, Uncle Kracker, Ray Charles, R.E.M., Jay Leno, Barry Manilow, James Taylor, Bob Hope, Charlie Daniels, George Burns, Gladys Knight, Josh Groban and Hootie and the Blowfish. Address: 500 E. Sycamore Street, Oxford, Ohio 45056

Recreational Sports Center Built in 1994, the Rec Sports Center consolidated several facilities into its building. Inside Facilities include: Martin Fitness Center, Corwin M Nixon Aquatic Center, Rec Sports. Address: 750 South Oak Street-- Other recreational facilities include: Outdoor Pursuit Center, Cook Field, Phillips Hall, Goggin Ice Center, Withrow Courts, Equestrian Center.

Shriver Center Named after Dr. Phillip R. Shriver in 1981 who was a professor of History and became the seventeenth President of Miami University from 1965 to 1981. Dr. Shriver holds the record for the longest tenure of any University President (17 years) in the State of Ohio. Facilities: John Dolibois Room & Heritage Room



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  • “We are writing to offer our most sincere gratitude and appreciation for Miami University’s Conference Services work in planning and executing our 175th Anniversary and General Convention. This year’s annual Beta Theta Pi Convention was truly one for the ages! Our alumni, undergraduates, ladies and friends who participate in our annual Beta Convention have become accustom to receiving quality customer service, good meals, comfortable lodging accommodations and an overall enjoyable Convention experience. Given that we usually hold our Conventions at premier hotels in major cities, we were initially unsure of our ability to deliver this same type of experience to the nearly 1,700 people who would attend this year’s milestone Convention. Thankfully, your Miami University staff (and beautiful campus) delivered! The Miami University Conference Services team were exceptional to work with from start to finish. Quality event planning is not something we always receive when executing our Convention, as it requires a superb attention to detail, timely communication, outstanding team leadership and a willingness to go the extra mile – all of which (and more) were qualities exuded at Miami University.”
    Beta Theta Pi

  • "I want to commend the entire Marcum staff for making our high school Teacher Academy an overwhelming success. All members of the staff, media personnel, coordinators, dining service were all so warm, friendly, and inviting. They helped us with a number of glitches that we caused, always very quickly and with most pleasant attitudes. They are all the best."

    Ray T. of Miami University

  • "We had a tremendous conference that would not have been as successful without the hard work from you all at Miami. Your attention to detail was tremendous and I know that our staff appreciated the responsiveness of everyone throughout the weekend.

To give you a perspective on the success of the conference, let me share with you one number. The first question on our evaluations is “What is your overall rating of the Emerging Leaders Institute?” with 5 being Excellent and 1 being Very Poor. In 2008, that average score was 4.54, in 2009, 4.55, and in 2010, 4.68. That says a lot about everyone who was involved!"
    Steve of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity

  • "I just wanted you to know what a wonderful evening we had celebrating the wedding of our son and new daughter-in-law. I also wanted the Marcum Center staff to know what a wonderful job they did with preparing the room, presenting the wonderful meal, and serving the guests with style. I really think the Marcum Center is a area facility that most people do not know about, kind of one of those best kept secrets. I know our guests were surprised with how truly elegant the facility was and I am sure will spread the work about what you have to offer."
    Sandy S