Buildings: 

Science Commons

- U of L's newest building 

- Large atrium, patio, and classrooms perfect for hosting large groups 

University Hall 

- U of L's First building (first building on the Westside of Lethbridge) 

-Large atrium great for public events 

Outside of Library Building with trees in front

University Library

-Small meeting rooms and classrooms great for private meetings and workshops 

Turcotte Hall

- Home of the Faculty of Education 

-Large classrooms great for public and private workshops or sessions 

Markin Hall

Markin Hall

- Home of the Dhillon School of Business 

-Large atriums great for public or private events 

-Modern classrooms with advanced technology

Anderson Hall

- Andys Place (AH100) is great for private events and lunches 

Fine Arts

- Large classrooms, studios, and theaters make the Fine Arts building a great space to host any sized workshop and sessions 

Alberta Water and Environmental Sciences Building

-Contains the largest plant wall in North America 

-The entire buildings design focuses on the sustainability of the University 

Mount Blakiston House

- May to August converted into the Lux Hotel, Campus Accommodations  

- U of L's newest residence building, completed in 2013

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Off Campus Building: 

Penny Building

-Downtown location great for company luncheons and meetings 

-Equipped with 2 large classroom style meeting rooms and an art gallery 

PB200

-One of two modern meeting rooms located in the building great for hosting at a downtown location 

Art Gallery

-Rentable space to display art and host large events