Our Spaces


The Phyllis J. Washington College of Education hosts a variety of events. We have eight classrooms, three atriums, one rooftop deck, one courtyard, and one auditorium. The spaces are primarily used for educational purposes but can be reserved for events when not in use for academic classes.

With an expansive, tri-leveled atrium shaded by old-growth pine trees, the College of Education is modern and comfortable. State-of-the-art technology in classrooms, and a balcony overlooking the campus and Mount Sentinel, make this an ideal setting for professional workshops and conferences. With wireless, a computer, and a projector in every room, multiple spaces include Polycom systems, projectors, smartboards, and flat-screen TVs.

The Alice Lund Instructional Auditorium (ALI), named in honor of the woman who earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education at UM before launching her career as a teacher, is the largest lecture hall and event space on campus. The space allows the University to host large-scale education conferences and meetings.

If you are interested in reserving space at the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education, please contact us at pjwcoe@umontana.edu







*The University of Montana rents space for various meetings and events. The University, consistent with federal and state law, provides rental space without regard to the opinions or beliefs espoused by those renting the space. The content and opinions expressed during events held in rented University Space, do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the University of Montana.