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On-Campus Accommodations

Conference housing is available in dorm any of 11 residence halls, depending on availability and your group's specific needs. Lodging formats include: "modern" air-conditioned cluster-style rooms with semi-private baths, "traditional" double rooms along a hallway sharing a central bath, and "uphill" smaller buildings housing 75 participants providing a more intimate setting. All rooms have a Micro-Fridge and Wi-Fi. Please be aware that your group will be centralized as much as possible in one building; you will not be spread throughout different buildings based on preferences for any of the above configurations.

Linen Services

Linen service includes blanket, pillow, pillowcase, sheets, towel and washcloth. Exchanges are made upon request. Unless other arrangements are made, beds will not be made prior to delegates' arrival.

Care of Facilities

Sponsoring groups are responsible for the proper use of the facilities, furnishings, and equipment in the scheduled area by their participants and will be responsible for any damages incurred during their stay. Pre- and post-conference checks will be done by representatives of the University and the group to ascertain condition of the facilities. If any damages have occurred, every effort should be made to collect from the guilty parties. If this fails, repair/replacement charges will be added to your total conference filling, based on standard rates as set by the University's Residence Life Office. Daily janitorial service will be performed in common/public areas only. Guests are responsible for removing any accumulation of trash from their rooms. Bags are available at the 24-hour desk, upon request, and there are trash cans in the hallway.

Wi-Fi

Residence halls are wireless, as is most of the campus. Instructions are available at the Westminster Hall desk or on the Computing Site

Additional Services

Also available to guests are the following services:

  • TV cable in each room (guests provide their private televisions) and a television lounge in each building
  • vending machines in each residence hall
  • message service at the Conference Desk (located on the first floor of Westminster Hall)
  • information on regional points of interest available at the Conference Desk
  • special accommodations for handicapped individuals
  • washers and dryers on each floor (the units are free in the summer; guests provide their own detergent).

For the protection of your attendees, all residence hall exterior doors will be kept locked. Room keys will open designated exterior doors.

 

Maps/Directions

Floor Plans

Traditional Housing

Cumberland Hall - Traditional Housing Floor Plan

  • available for the summer conference season
  • two historic "georgian" buildings with beautiful gabled roofs (Cumberland & Annapolis) accommodate up to 400 participants
  • most rooms are doubles with two twin-size beds, microfridges, and conveniently located baths
  • Wi-Fi and AC lounge space
  • centrally located near meeting areas and performance facilities

Modern Housing

Cambridge Hall - Cambridge Hall Floor Plan

  • available for the summer conference season
  • three modern towers (Cambridge, Frederick, and Westminster) accommodate up to 900 participants
  • air-conditioned, with Wi-Fi
  • cluster-style rooms with semiprivate baths and micro-fridges
  • centrally located near meeting and performance facilities
  • meals served cafeteria-style with a choice of entrees, salad bar, and desserts in nearby Chesapeake Dining Hall

Uphill Housing

Gray Hall - Gray Hall Floor Plan

  • available for the summer conference season
  • six smaller intimate buildings (Allen, Frost, Diehl, Gray, Simpson, and Sowers) accommodate approximately 80 participants each and are ideal for generating a sense of community
  • most rooms are doubles with two twin-size beds, microfridges, and centrally located baths
  • recently renovated
  • Wi-Fi, Micro-Fridges, AC lounge, with rooms including non-Freon-based air-circulation system
  • easy walking distance to meeting and performance facilities
  • meals served cafeteria-style with a choice of entrees, salad bar, and desserts in Chesapeake Dining Hall

Performing Arts Center

Recital Hall - Recital Hall Floor Plan

  • 458 seat Pealer Recital Hall
  • 334 seat Drama Theater
  • 150 seat Perry Smith Studio Theater
  • wide variety of classroom and rehearsal space

Lane University Center - Meeting Areas

Upper Floor - Lane Center Meeting Area Floor Plan - Upper Floor

Lower Floor - Lane Center Meeting Area Floor Plan

  • 10 flexible meeting rooms accommodating 6 to 600
  • University Bookstore
  • Game Room
  • Banking facilities
  • Convenience store
  • Greenhouse Cafe

Physical Education Center

Upper Floor (not shown):

  • seating capacity: 3,600
  • lined for basketball, tennis and volleyball and also available as a multi-use facility (concerts, guest speakers, banquet hall, etc.)
  • running track

Lower Floor - Cortds PE Center Floor Plan

  • 25 yards, 6-lane indoor pool with 12-foot diving well, one-and-three meter diving boards
  • men's and women's weight rooms
  • 2 racquetball courts
  • auxiliary gymnasium (60' by 120') for basketball and indoor volleyball
  • baseball room (with three drop-down nets)

Chesapeake Dining Hall

Chesapeake Dining Hall Floor Plan

Upper Floor (not shown):

  • capacity of 750 in three dining rooms, with potential to re-arrange setup if needed
  • available for banquets and dances
  • easily accessible to residence halls

Lane University Center | Hours & Contact Information

Monday - Friday | 7:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday | 12 p.m. - 11 p.m.

Lane University Center
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532
301.687.4411 | luc@frostburg.edu

Event Services | Hours & Contact Information

Monday - Friday | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Lane University Center
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532
301.687.7399 | events@frostburg.edu 

 

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