Room Layouts

Make use of a room layout that adds to the goal of your meeting.

Room Layouts

Effective meetings make use of a room layout that adds to the goals of the meeting. There are a variety of meeting layouts from which to choose. Our meeting facilitators will help you choose the best meeting layout based on your meeting's specific needs and goals. 

 

U-shape

The U-shape is most popular with groups of fewer than 15 people. The single U-shape set up can accommodate 14 people.

Total seats = 14

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Double U-Shape

The double U-shape is most popular with groups of 15 to 22 people. The outer U accommodates 14 people. The inner U accommodates 8 people.

Total seats = 22

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Square

The square set up is another option for groups of 16 or fewer. This set up will require some individuals to have their backs to the presentation space up front. If your group does not plan on having any presentations this is a good option. 

Total seats = 16

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Classroom

Classroom-style seating is where all individuals are facing forward. This set up accommodates up to 30 people and is best for meetings that require a lot of presenting or use of supplemental materials. The more seats required, the less space there is to move around. If you are seeking something more spacious, we recommend reserving another meeting room on campus and having the Group Decision Center come to your location.

Total seats = 30

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Conference

Conference-style seating is a variation of the U-shape set up but the tables are pushed together to form a conference table. This set up accommodates smaller groups who may need to be closer together for activities.

Total seats = 12

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T-Shape Pods

T-shape pods accommodates groups of 20 or fewer people. This style set up works well for focus groups or teams who need to work as a group. The room fits 2 T-shape pods. 

Total seats = 20

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