Event Types Welcomed
Nestled in the heart of the Lehigh Valley in historic Bethlehem, the Iacocca Conference Center is located at the top of “Old South Mountain.” We offer a secluded, serene, 360 degree view of the Lehigh Valley. Because of its incredible panoramic view of the greater Lehigh Valley, the ICC has always been renowned as a prime venue for special events, conferences and meetings. As part of a 2017 renovation, we made sure to put our guests’ needs first and focused on adding modern lighting, enhanced acoustics and contemporary furniture, expanding the functionality of the space while complementing it with state-of-the-art technology. We’re excited to share this space with the Lehigh community, the Lehigh Valley and all guests who are in search of an unforgettable location for their next event. We think you’ll appreciate the way we’ve given this building new life.
Meeting & Event Spaces
The Wood Dining Room
Large dining room hosting up to 300 people, surrounded on three sides by windows that overlook the Lehigh Valley! The Wood Dining Room is available weekday evenings (special requests may be made for weekday events) as well as Saturdays and Sundays. Ideal location for large banquets, dances, weddings, proms, fashion shows, etc.
Stabler Observation Tower
The Tower offers an unmatched 360 degree view of the Lehigh Valley and is a beautiful setting for banquets and receptions of up to 50 people, but can also be utilized for meetings. It is surrounded on all sides by tall windows which give you the best views - on a clear day you can see for miles and you will have a birds eye view of it all!
The Governor's Suite
Ideal location for small meetings and luncheons. In addition to the meeting room itself, there is also a small lobby located just outside the room which can serve as a breakout area or set up area for food service.
The Siegel Gallery is a changing art exhibit that can also function as a reception area. The Lower Siegel Gallery is an ideal breakout area for either of these Conference Rooms, and can also host pre-function receptions.
This is a great breakout room with SMART technology, an overhead projector and internet connection.
This a great breakout room with 70 deskettes, an overhead projector, and internet connection.
This is a great breakout room with 75 deskettes, an overhead projector and internet connection.
This is a great breakout room with a boardroom setup and overhead projector available.
Food & Beverage Options
Rathbone Student Restaurant is a dining facility with a tremendous panoramic view of Bethlehem. This dining facility has a unique focus on the "Balanced Way" nutrition program
Cort Lower U.C.
Located on the first floor of the U.C. featuring a full buffet with a variety of choices. Whether you are a vegan vegetarian or a meat-lover, you'll be able to find the perfect meal to satisfy your cravings. The daily menu features al dente pasta selections, made-to-order sandwiches, burgers and more hot off the grill, home-style entrees and sides, salad bar, and a daily exhibition cooking sensation.
Located on the bottom of campus across from Campus Square A in Brodhead residential hall. Brodhead is a warm, contemporary and an inviting place for Brodhead residents to dine. Students love this location because of the family atmosphere and customized menu.
The Baker's Junction
Located on the second floor of the U.C. featuring Starbuck's Coffee, this is your "start me up" spot all throughout the day. Begin your busy day with a large cup of coffee and your morning standard - a toasted bagel with cream cheese or an oversized muffin!
Located on the second floor of the U.C. featuring an old world style and a new world flavor. Choose from a delectable combination of your favorite classics such as personal pizzas and pasta creations with a new fusion kick!
Located in Rauch Business Center at its new location on the 2nd floor. Common Grounds is a great place to grab a healthy and fulfilling meal on the go. Delicious bagel and grilled sandwiches, sushi, soup, baked goods, coffee and now a new smoked sandwich station and milkshake & smoothie machine is offered for your dining pleasure!
Lehigh's new on the go restaurant on wheels with a fresh Fud Truk Logoand delicious menu to meet any passerby's on the go needs. From salads to pressed sandwiches filled with the freshest ingredients, you will be satisfied and happy you stopped to treat yourself at the FüD TRuK!
Lehigh University Catering
We are excited to help you begin planning your next event. Our Personal Planners will assist you with the design of your event. Both our Executive Chef and Executive Pastry Chef will customize a menu to reflect your unique tastes and budget. We have built relationships with local vendors, in both Bethlehem and surrounding areas, to provide you with the freshest ingredients and exceptional accessories making your event as unique and limitless as your imagination!
Centennial I Complex
The Centennial I complex is comprised of six buildings located directly across from the Rathbone Dining Hall. Congdon, Emery, Leavitt, McConn, Smiley and Thornburg each house 44 students, with 22 students on each floor. Each room includes desk, desk chair, bookshelf, bed, dresser, medicine cabinet with mirror and a closet. The first floor features a multifunction area with a large TV room, game room, a study area and kitchen. Laundry facilities and a vending area are centrally located within the complex.
Centennial II Complex
The Centennial II complex is located on the east side of campus below Rathbone Hall. The complex is comprised of six individual buildings: Beardslee, Carothers, Palmer, Stevens, Stoughton, and Williams. The six houses are arranged in a quadrangle with an emphasis on interaction among all the residents in the grass courtyard and volleyball pit. Each building houses 44-54 first-year students. Most of the rooms are doubles with a few triples and quads that feature private bathrooms. Stoughton and Williams have one floor for men and one floor for women. Beardslee, Carothers, Palmer, and Stevens are co-ed alternating rooms with single-gender bathroom facilities. Each rooms includes a desk, desk chair, bookshelf, bed, dresser, medicine cabinet with mirror and a closet. A multifunction area is located on the first floor of each building and features a TV room, game room, two study areas and a kitchen.
Dravo House is located at the south end of Taylor Street and bears the name of two brothers, Ralph M. Dravo, Class of 1889, and Francis F. Dravo, Class of 1887, who founded the Dravo Corp., a Pittsburgh-based international construction company. This five-story hall is comprised of double and single rooms, with a few triples. All the rooms contain movable furniture and provide a bed, desk, desk chair, closet with drawers and shelves for each student. The building also includes a TV lounge, game room, vending machines and laundry facility on the first floor. A large programming lounge equipped with a TV and kitchen as well as study facilities are on the ground floor.
McClintic-Marshall, more commonly known as M&M, is located south of Johnson Hall and near the University Center. The H-shaped building is named for 1888 graduates Howard McClintic and Charles Marshall, who built the Golden Gate Bridge, the George Washington Bridge, the Waldorf Astoria and the Panama Canal. Each room includes desk with bookshelf, desk chair, bed, closet with drawers, and a medicine cabinet with mirror. A large programming lounge with a kitchen as well as a laundry room can be found on the ground floor of the building. A TV lounge is located in the center of the building on each of the upper floors.
Richards is the third building located at the south end of Taylor Street. Constructed of stone in modified Gothic design, the building honors the memory of Charles Russ Richards, president of the University from 1922 to 1935. The building consists of single and double rooms. All the rooms contain movable furniture, including a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, and closet or wardrobe for each resident. A TV lounge, study lounge, game room, kitchen, vending machines and laundry facility are on the first floor.
Drinker House is located at the south end of Taylor Street. The stone building honors the memory of Henry S. Drinker, Class of 1871 and University president from 1905 to 1920. Most of the rooms are doubles and singles with a few triples. All the rooms have movable furniture, including a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser and closet for each occupant. Other amenities include TV lounge, study lounge, kitchen, vending machines and laundry facility on the first floor.
Sayre Park Village
Sayre Park Village includes three residential buildings and one commons building. The buildings feature four-person apartments with a limited number of three-person apartments and two-person studio apartments. All apartments have single bedrooms, furnished with a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, bookshelf and a closet. Each apartment has a private bathroom, a full kitchen including a refrigerator/freezer, an oven and a range, a living room furnished with a sofa, a lounge chair, a coffee table, an end table, a lamp and a TV cart. A dining area includes a table and four chairs. All apartments are air-conditioned. Each of the three residential buildings has a common lounge, laundry facilities, and study room. The commons building has a lounge, classroom, kitchen, and a game area.
Taylor House is situated next to the entrance of Sayre Park on University Drive. The U-shaped building is one of the earliest concrete structures ever built. It was the gift of industrialist Andrew Carnegie in honor of his friend and associate University trustee Charles L. Taylor, Class of 1876. The interior of the building was reconstructed and the exterior refinished prior to the facility becoming Lehigh's first residential college in 1984. All of the rooms contain movable furniture including a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser, and wardrobe. The building is divided into three sections, each with a large multipurpose room with a kitchen and TV. Each living area contains separate study facilities. Vending machines and laundry facilities are centrally located on the first floor. The building is fully air-conditioned.
The Campus Square apartment complex includes two-, three- and four-person air-conditioned apartments. Each apartment features single bedrooms as well as a living room furnished with a lounge chair, sofa, coffee table, end table, lamp and a TV cart. The kitchen includes a refrigerator/freezer, an oven and a range. A table and two chairs are provided in the dining area. Furniture in each bedroom includes a bed, desk, desk chair, bookshelf, dresser and a closet. Laundry rooms, vending areas, and lounges are located throughout the complex. A TV lounge/game room is located at the east end of the complex. The Campus Square complex also includes the Lehigh University Bookstore, an ice cream shop, campus market, bagel store and patio area.
The Trembley Park Apartment Complex is located south of the University Center. This seven-building undergraduate apartment complex is named in memory of Francis J. Trembley, Lehigh professor and pioneer ecologist. Trembley Park is comprised of four-person apartments, each with a double and two single bedrooms, a kitchen, a furnished living room/dining area, and a private bathroom. Trembley Park also offers 20 individual suite single rooms in five groups of four. All are fully furnished, with a bathroom serving four residents. All apartments and suite singles are air-conditioned. Each bedroom is furnished with a bed, desk, desk chair, bookshelf, dresser and a wardrobe for each student. Kitchens in the apartments include major appliances such as a refrigerator/freezer, an oven, and a range. There is a kitchen table with four chairs in the dining area. The living room is furnished with a sofa, a lounge chair, a coffee table, an end table, a lamp, and a TV cart. Laundry facilities and vending machines are located at Trembley Park #3 and #41 with a lounge in Trembley Park #41
- Air Conditioning
- Handicap Accessible
- In-House Catering
- Near Public Transit
- Overnight Rooms
- Paid Parking
- Running Trails
- Theater Seating
Venue Location + Transportation
63 University Drive,
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015
- Lehigh Valley International Airport - 10 minutes
Nearby International Airport
- Lehigh Valley International Airport - 10 minutes
- Onsite Parking: Yes
Philadelphia – 70 l
New York City – 85 l
Harrisburg – 90
Things to Know
- Must Use In-house Catering: Yes
- External Catering Allowed: No
- Can Bring in Own Food: no
- Cultural Catering Available: Yes
Our guest rooms and meeting rooms are equipped with free wireless internet access. All meeting rooms feature SMART technology along with built-in projection screens.
- Guest Wi-Fi: Free
- Onsite Tech Support: No
- Wi-Fi in meeting space: Yes
Equipment Available On-Site:
- Projector Screen
- Alcohol Consumption: Yes
- Smoking Permitted: no
- ADA Accessible: Yes
We have a low ropes course on our mountaintop campus, providing a dynamic and fun teambuilding experience. More information can be found at: http://studentaffairs.lehigh.edu/content/ropes-course
Our team can offer expert assistance in any of your conference planning and meeting management needs.
AV equipment is available in all classrooms and meeting spaces.
All accommodations have free wireless access.
Computer labs are available for use upon request.
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