Pending availability, rooms in the W. Peyton Thurman Meetinghouse can be reserved by Georgetown College students, faculty, and staff.
Reservation requests for groups utilizing the Meetinghouse for official campus activities are free of charge and only require scheduling approval by a staff member in the Graves Center for Calling & Career.
Reservation requests for groups utilizing the Meetinghouse for personal use, and/or activities not directly related to official College programs or activities, may be subject to fees.
All reservation requests from students, faculty, and staff may be submitted through the official campus scheduling website. When placing reservations, please select “W. Peyton Thurman Meetinghouse” from the menu option of campus facilities.
Detailed photos and descriptions of Meetinghouse rooms/spaces available for reservation are listed below. Any scheduling questions may be directed to Ray Clere, firstname.lastname@example.org or Holly James, email@example.com
Descriptions of Meetinghouse Facilities
The Conference Room
Use: Classroom, meetings, presentations, dinners, and receptions.
Technology: Computer with a large plasma screen monitor, computer station with wireless keyboard and mouse.
The conference table can seat up to 18 people using all table links and extra folding tables. The conference table can be broken down and removed to support a lecture style seating using folding chairs supporting up to 30 people. The table can be broken down to a very small round table for a reception.
When reserving, please specify the usage and number of attendees. Groups using for dinners, must use Sodexho for their catering needs. The kitchen will also be reserved when using the Conference room for dinners. All dishes MUST be cleaned or placed in the dishwasher and set to clean.
Policies: During the Academic Year, class reservation requests receive scheduling priority
For table configuration, please contact facilities. Graves Center staff can advise when available.
Room is to be cleaned and left as found. Computer must be properly turned off. Note: the screen must be powered off separately.
The Baldwin Library
Use: Meetings, interviews, and study
Technology: One computer station is available, but it is not equipped for presentations.
Located on the second floor of the Meetinghouse, the Baldwin Library has a table with four chairs, plus two large lounge chairs, two workstations seating 8 comfortably and up to 12 with additional folding chairs.
Room is to be cleaned and left as found. Computer must be properly logged off and turned off.
The International Room (basement meeting room)
Use: Meetings and interviews
The International room has a table with four chairs, plus two couches seating 9 comfortably and up to 20 with folding chairs.
Room is to be cleaned and left as found.
Use: Class meetings, dinners, and receptions
Located on the main floor of the Meetinghouse, the kitchen is fully equipped with an electric range, full-size refrigerator, icemaker, dishwasher, and microwave.
Policies: All appliances must be safely turned off following use. All dishes MUST be cleaned or placed in the dishwasher and set to clean. Room is to be cleaned and left as found.
The Back Patio and Lawn
Use: Meetings, cookouts, and receptions.
The back patio can accommodate groups of 30-40 people. After placing your reservation, please contact Tina Robinson, tina firstname.lastname@example.org, in Facilities to request tables and folding chairs. It is strongly recommended that all parties who reserve the back patio and lawn also reserve the Meetinghouse conference room. This way, in the event of inclement weather, your event can be moved inside. It is also recommended that parties utilizing the back patio and lawn also reserve the Meetinghouse kitchen.
The back patio and lawn are to be cleaned and left as found.