NPS Conference and Event Scheduling - Scheduling Office
We offer room scheduling services for events such as workshops, conferences, training sessions, and short courses, etc. Our Enterprise Event Scheduling system provides up-to-date information about campus events by publishing space availability from all departmental and administrative units.
Although academic course-related activities have scheduling priority in NPS facilities, most are available for use outside class time for campus-affiliated events, such as study groups, departmental meetings and guest speakers. The Scheduling Office coordinates usage requests to ensure facilities are being used in accordance with NPS policies and guidelines.
Space Utilization Reporting
We provide space utilization reporting to guide policy and resourcing decisions. For more information please contact our office.
NPS departments are responsible for managing their own lab and conference rooms, while adhering to NPS facility policies.
Room Request Details
When booking an event or room at NPS, you will need to consider the following:
- Start/End Time
- Purpose of event
- Number of attendees
- Requested location (if known)
- Equipment required (if applicable)
- Catering services required?
- Event Point of Contact (Students & non-NPS requestors must be sponsored by NPS staff/faculty)
NPS Campus Facilities
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Conference Facilities Floor Plans
NPS has excellent facilities for hosting conferences, workshops, symposia and meetings. The wide range of facilities can accommodate both small and large groups. Facilities available include:
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King Hall Auditorium - 1,330 seats
Glasgow Hall - 270 seats
Mechanical Engineering Auditorium - 129 seats
Ingersoll Hall - 180 seats
Conferences at levels CLASSIFIED through TOP SECRET can be accommodated on the NPS campus. Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) facilities exist and may be available for small groups on a more restricted basis.