Taylor Hall was completed in 1911, and was the original site of the college, then named the Colorado State Normal School. Taylor Hall is currently the home of administrative offices, classrooms, faculty offices, computer labs, as well as an auditorium and theater.
The auditorium seats 500 people, and is used for productions, recitals and conferences.
The Studio theater is used primarily for theatrical productions. It is theater in the round style, so the seating is variable according to the setup.
There are ten classrooms available for conferences. Each classroom seats 35-50 people.
There are two computer labs available for conference use. Each lab contains 24 computers.
For rates or more information, please contact the Conference Services office.