7:00am to 10:00pm - Monday through Thursday
7:00am to 8:00pm - Friday
CLOSED - Saturday and Sunday (special permission required)
To be considered for special permission please send an email to “inwmhall” and copy “inlock” with an explanation as to why the event cannot take place in buildings that are open on weekends. These buildings include: Maginnes Hall, Neville Hall, Packard Lab and Rauch Business Center. In addition, include a description of the event along with the anticipated attendance.
Summer, Winter and Spring Breaks
7:00am to 6:00pm - Monday through Friday
CLOSED - Saturday and Sunday
Ciatti Global Café (2nd floor)
7:30am to 7:00pm - Monday through Thursday
7:30am to 1:30pm - Friday
CLOSED - Saturday and Sundays
CLOSED - Summer, Winter and Spring Breaks
Ciatti Global Café offers food from around the globe as well as your favorite staple items such as Peet's Coffee and Tea and Simply To Go. With an ever changing menu that samples flavors from around the world, the Ciatti Global Café will provide you with authentic cuisine from your favorite cultures.
Reserving Rooms in Williams Hall
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Guide to reserving space on campus
Digital Information Boards (DIBs) in Williams Hall
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Highlight of Reservable Areas
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The Herbert A. Roemmele '53 Global Commons (Roemmele Global Commons)
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.
The Torcivia Greenhouse, located at the south entrance of the buidling, connects the Roemmele Global Plaza with the mezzanaine of the 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.
(maximum capacity seats 20 per room)
(maximum capacity seats10 per room)
The Catering Kitchen give the Lehigh Community access to prep and store food/beverages for events in the building.
Center for Community Engagement | Suite 020
Interdisciplinary Programs, Administration | Suite 101
Interdisciplinary Programs, Faculty Offices | Suite 120
Religion Studies Department Office | Suite 180
Religion Studies Faculty Offices | Suites 180, 191
Sociology and Anthropology Department Office | Suite 280
Sociology and Anthropology Faculty Offices | Suites 201, 220, 280, 291
Student Affairs and Dean of Students
Academic Support Services | Suite 301
Residence Life and Student Conduct | Suite 320
Student Affairs | Suite 380
Dean of Students | Suite 390
Modern Languages and Literatures Department Office | Suite 420
Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty Offices | Suites 401, 420, 480, 491
Center for Academic Success | Suite 441
Trees that fell on campus during Hurricane Sandy have been made into conference tables in Williams Hall.