View of downtown Minneapolis from the Dale Shephard Room

The view of downtown Minneapolis from the Dale Shephard room - fabulous!

Dale Shephard Room

Recent visitors to the Dale Shephard room include ambassadors, Nobelists, and other VIPs.

Dining for 40 with Buffet

Dining for 48 (Max)

Reception for 38-50

Hollow Square for 20

U-Shape for 20

U-Shape, with chairs inside, for 30

Board of Directors for 20

Classroom for 22

Classroom for 31

These are just a few options, please communicate with the Events Office if you would like one of the above floor plans or to customize a floor plan for your event.

The Dale Shephard room is perfect for private dinners, meetings and intimate functions. It is quiet, elegant, and functional. With wonderful views of downtown Minneapolis, this room works well for University, corporate, and social events. There are two doors to the Dale Shephard room. One leads to a service area so Campus Club staff can use one door while guests use the other.

This versatile room is used regularly for department retreats and planning sessions, retirement lunches and dinners, recognition events, VIP occasions, family gatherings, celebration dinners, etc. It is used often for our member events including: cocktail classes and wine tastings. (In case you are wondering, the room is named in memory of the club's long-time manager. Dale Shephard was "the face of the Campus Club" for almost 40 years.)

For dining, seating is limited to 48. For receptions, the room can accommodate 50 people. Groups this size often set up a registration table, a buffet, or a portable bar just outside the door. A portable podium with microphone is available upon request. An LCD and screen are built in. Depending on the size of your group, we can set up a portable bar in the room.

Internet Access: an Ethernet jack is available. As with the rest of campus, wireless Internet access is also available.

664 square feet.

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Dale Shephard Room Image Gallery

Photos 1-5, 7-9 - Roee Dori Photography |