Room Reservations for Williams Hall

Williams Hall is not open on weekends. Maginnes Hall, Neville Hall, Packard Lab and Rauch Business Center are buildings that are available for weekend use. If for some reason you cannot find space in these buildings and would like special permission to hold your event in Williams Hall either during the weekend or outside normal business hours, send an email to Susan Scrima,  Include in your email an explanation as to why the event cannot take place in the buildings that are open on the weekend and/or during the time of your event, the type and details of your event, the number of participants, the name of the point person who will be responsible for the event, and whether there will be food present.  Requests for the use of Williams Hall outside normal business hours must be received no less than 10 business days prior to the request in order to be considered for approval. 

All space reservations for Williams Hall are made through the 25Live 


80 - Herbert A. Roemmele '53 Global Commons (Roemmele Global Commons
18 - Mezzanine
16 - Torcivia Greenhouse
10 - WI 440
10 - WI 450
20 - WI 070
20 - WI 080

Rooms in Williams Hall managed by Office of Interdisciplinary Programs
Contact: Susan Scrima,

WI_070, WI_080 
WI_440, WI_450
WI_RGC (Roemmele Global Commons) 
WI_RML (Roemmele Mezzanine Level)
WI_TG (Torcivia Greenhouse) 
WI_RP (Roemmele Plaza) 
WI_MFT (Maida Family Terrace)
WI_CK (Catering Kitchen) 

Rooms in Williams Hall managed by Dean of Students Office
Contact: Ann Denker,

WI_341 and WI_351 

The Herbert A. Roemmele '53 Global Commons (Roemmele Global Commons)
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A two-story space, a main floor with mezzazine, provides a modern forum for global news, events and discourse - a dynamic learning lab for global awareness and connections. With a nine panel media wall and flexible seating options, the commons offers a presentation space designed to foster dialogue and learning on global topics.


The Roemmele Global Plaza 
Connected by a bridge from Sayre Drive, a bright, sunlit plaza provides space for performances, gatherings and discourse. The plaza connects to the Torcivia Greenhouse and provides a beautiful entryway to the building, which at night radiates light - becoming a beacon in the landscape in the center of campus.


Torcivia Greenhouse
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The Torcivia Greenhouse, located at the south entrance of the buidling, connects the Roemmele Global Plaza with the mezzanaine of the Roemmele Global Commons. This three season room provides cafe seating and workspace for small groups.


The Sharon O. Maida and James R. Maida '85 Family Terrace (Maida Family Terrace)
The exterior of the building has been transformed into a beautiful pedestrian area and plaza that offers students and faculty a place for interaction, discussion, and reflection.


Large Conference Rooms
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(maximum capacity 20 per room)
Lower Level 
Room 070
Room 080


Small Conference Rooms
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(maximum capacity 10 per room)
Fourth Floor
Room 440
Room 450