Hold Your Next Event at Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus
Each year, Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus welcomes thousands of community residents, K-12 students and working professionals to campus. In the past year alone, we have hosted health IT forums, global trade forums, writing workshops for school-age children, a STEM symposium for high school students, computer program training sessions, NIH events, a biomedical symposium and more.
We hope you’ll consider holding your next event or meeting here too.
The Montgomery County Campus offers modern, smart, technologically advanced, comfortable facilities for seminars, association meetings and conferences.
Traditional meeting space can accommodate between 10 and 160 people, while the 268-seat auditorium is ideal for larger events. The campus has 46 smart classrooms and computer labs that can be rented for training or online seminars. In addition, a microscopy lab is available for use or services at an hourly rate.
All rooms have audio/visual support.
The campus offers a Polycom mobile video conferencing system that allows for audio and video communication worldwide.
The videoconferencing system, which can be used in many meeting spaces, allows users to access up to six multipoint sites (including the campus) and one audio site. Users can view far-end site and near-end site simultaneously, and can share content, such as PowerPoint presentations or video, via a Hopkins-provided PC, document camera, VCR or DVD player. The system includes two 42” plasma monitors and can project images or video to a larger screen if needed.
We offer wireless Internet access to all on-campus guests.
In the heart of the biotech corridor and sharing a campus with the National Cancer Institute, we’re near bus lines and a shuttle to the Shady Grove Metro Station. We also offer free parking for event participants.
Several restaurants are within walking distance of campus. We can also provide a list of approved caterers.
So if you’re planning a small meeting or a large event, consider holding it at the Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus.
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