Meeting Rooms

Banquet Rooms - The Curris Center Banquet Rooms can be set to accommodate a wide variety of events. Many annual events for the students and community are held in "The Ballroom," the largest of the Curris Center facilities. It will accommodate up to 900 people for lectures, 800 for banquets and can be divided into two smaller banquet rooms. Both rooms have a projection screen and a public address system. The capacity of the banquet rooms depends upon the set-up.
Commonwealth Suite - The Commonwealth Suite is a distinguished, formal dining room and adjacent meeting area. This area is available for university functions.
Guest Rooms - Located on the third floor of the Curris Center are four guest rooms. These spacious rooms offer the comforts of the most modern hotel rooms. These rooms are reserved exclusively for guests of the university.
The Stables - Located on the first floor of the Curris Center, this room provides a relaxed atmosphere that can accommodate a variety of events from meetings to receptions and meals.  A fireplace, available seasonably, this facility can seat up to 160 guests and is equipped with an audio/video cart, screen and projector. 
The River Rooms - There are four meeting rooms located on the third floor named for the rivers which flow in or around Kentucky. The capacity of these rooms ranges from 18 to 50 dependent upon the set-up. A preview of the room can be seen by clicking on the desired room name in the table below.
Meeting Room
Set-up
Meeting Capacity
Banquet Capacity
Fixed, Conference style
18
18
Interchangeable
40
32
Interchangeable
50
50
Interchangeable
30
n/a
 
The Barkley Lecture Room is a tiered seat lecture area which will seat 96 people.
 
Theater - The Curris Center theater seats 325 guests. This area is ideal for movies, debates, and lectures.
Individuals interested in further information should call (270) 809-6921.
 
Note to On-Campus Users: To check space availability or to request a reservation, log into our online reservation system.  For first time visitors, please request a username and password by contacting the Curris Center office at 270-809-6985. (System available for on-campus users only.)