Loyola University Maryland Offers Multiple Locations for Hosting Events

Loyola University Maryland (LUM) is proud to offer multiple locations for hosting events. UniqueVenues.com, a website that promotes unique space offerings, recently partnered with the university’s Evergreen Campus in Baltimore, Graduate Centers in Columbia and Timonium, and Retreat Center in Flintstone.

“We are so happy to have these three Maryland locations listed on UniqueVenues.com,” says Chuck Salem, Unique Venues’ CEO. “All of Loyola University Maryland’s spaces offer professional planners the perfect backdrop for their corporate or special event.”

From small meetings to large conferences and events, LUM has it all covered with state-of-the-art technology, computer labs and choice catering services at affordable rates. Whether you’re looking for a retreat center, meeting space or flexible conference space, this university has something for everyone.

The Evergreen Campus located in Baltimore offers a variety of services such as academic classrooms, athletics facilities and student housing options that make it the perfect place to host an event or meeting. The campus is located on 81-acres of stunning grounds that provide an ideal setting for any gathering.

The Timonium Graduate Center provides facilities and administrative office spaces for meetings, conferences, and various events. The Center provides an atmosphere conducive to creative thinking and collaboration necessary for success in today’s competitive business world.

Finally, the Retreat Center located in Flintstone provides a peaceful environment perfect for retreats and spiritual reflection while still providing the necessary amenities needed to host events such as spiritual and yoga retreats, family reunions, team-building retreats, and more.

From small meetings to large conferences – Loyola University Maryland has it all covered. Learn more about these unique options for any event in Maryland!

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