Conferences and Events
Host your next event at Lyndon State College!
Parties, weddings, conferences, receptions—whatever the occasion—Lyndon is the place to host your next event.
We invite you to consider us in your conference, program, meeting, or special event planning. Our beautiful campus, modern facilities, and friendly and responsive support services will make your event a success! Lyndon has the space for you, large or small.
Our one-stop-shop will handle the catering, parking/security, setup, and technology that you may require.
Click below to check availability for your event! For dates of our 2017 Summer Camps, click here.
Nearly any room on campus or outdoor facility can be rented for your next event. For details on spaces and pricing, please see the chart below:
Burke Mountain Room and Bole Community Room
Click on the image to see seating options for two of our largest meeting areas.
For Burke Mountain Room, options #1–9 are available; options #1–8 are available for the Bole Community Room
Build Your Own Buffet
These menus are presented buffet style. Services include delivery, set up with linens on the buffet and guest tables and clean up. Create your own buffet: please choose: one salad, two entrees, two accompaniments, two desserts and two beverages. Pricing fluctuates based on your selections, but generally works out to approximately $25 per person.
Salads (choose one)
Market house salad with a choice of dressing: ranch, vinaigrette and low-fat ranch dressing, Greek salad or Caesar salad. Includes assorted dinner rolls & butter
Entrees (choose two)
- Chicken marsala
- Lemon parmesan chicken with white wine chive sauce
- Rotisserie chicken
- Braised beef Sicilian
- Caramelized onion meatloaf
- Beef stroganoff
- Mustard herb pork loin
- Asian marinated pork loin with honey & soy glaze
- Cornmeal tilapia with cilantro cram sauce
- Charleston crab cake with a remoulade sauce
- Garlic shrimp skewers
- Baked stuffed pasta with seasonal vegetables
- Stuffed peppers with herbed tomato sauce
- Vegeterian Pad Thai (contains peanuts)
All carved items are served by a uniformed chef and served with assorted mini rolls and/or baguettes and appropriate condiments
- Roast breast of turkey with cranberry and orange mayonnaise
- Roasted beef tenderloin with horseradish aiolo & stone ground mustard sauce
- Roast pork loin with chipotle mayonnaise
CHOOSE ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING:
- Oven herb roasted potatoes
- Garlic mashed new potatoes
- Rice pilaf
- Olive oil and garlic spaghetti
CHOOSE ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING:
- Fresh roasted vegetable medley
- Lemon garlic broccoli
- Sauteed zucchini
- Glazed carrots
- Fresh green beans
- Variety of seasonal vegetables
CHOOSE TWO FROM THE FOLLOWING:
- Chocolate layer cake
- Chocolate mousse
- Cora’s red velvet cake
- Tropical rice pudding
- Assorted pies: Dutch apple, blueberry, designer
- Key lime, pecan pie
- Assorted cookies & bars
Freshly brewed coffee, decaf coffee and gourmet herbal and non-herbal teas
In addition to catering options, during the academic year, groups can also go through the dining hall line. We ask that any midweek (Monday–Friday) groups plan to not go at peak times (12 noon–1 p.m.) if possible. Always let Conference Office know of your events, as sometimes a meal ticket is required to go through the line.
A cancellation fee of 50% of the order total will be assessed for any order cancelled the day before the event date. Orders cancelled the day of the event will be billed for the total order amount.
Cancellations must be received during office hours (8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Monday–Friday). Any cancellation received after hours or on the weekend will be processed the next business day.
No fees will be assessed for cancellations due to college closings.
Summer Conferences—Please Park in Designated Lot
During the academic year, off campus groups should park in the Vail parking lot or Stonehenge. All off campus guests must have a parking permit displayed on their dash on the passenger’s side, which will be provided by the conference office, to the group leader prior to the conference date. Never park in an area not designated as a parking space, i.e., on the grass, not between the marked lines, etc.
Events Which Include Alcohol
Any student run activity with alcohol requires a sheriff or a discussion between public safety and the RHD in charge of the event. Any activity with alcohol with a headcount greater than 100 people or a group we are unfamiliar with, check with public safety to determine if a sheriff is required.
Moore Community Room/ASAC 100 — in addition to the podium microphone, this room is equipped for 2 additional mics. It also has presentation equipment, internet connection as well as wireless internet connection.
Alexander Twilight Theatre — equipped with one podium and 3 wireless mics, blu-ray DVD player, large drop down screen. Up to 12 wired mics are available in the theater.
Burke Mountain Room — podium, projector, large drop down screen
T202 — podium, projector, smart board, sound system
Our AV office also has:
- 4’ x 6’ portable screen
- Portable projector (indoor use only)
- Portable PA system
- Presentation remote clicker
These are our basic offerings. For any additional equipment requests, please contact the conference office. Cost for tech support is $25/hour.
As Early as Possible
Please make space request, as the space is not always available. Requests for space are not automatically approved. Make preliminary AV, room set up and catering requests. If you plan to use an outside caterer, you can let us know that too! Remember, any events which include alcohol must use Sodexo as the alcohol provider, as they hold the liquor license. This requires a 14 working day lead time.
At Least Three Weeks Out
Provide menu details (if using Sodexo) and update other requests. Provide catering set up time and pick up time, estimated headcount. All AV requests must be provided at this point. Group coordinator should receive guest parking permit from conference office via email.
At Least Five Business Days Out
Confirm final catering counts with the conference office. Please let us know your signage needs (location and what exactly you would like printed on them.)
Less Than Five Business Days
A phone call or email is required to request changes. Requests for changes might not be approved.
Lyndonville is at Exit 23 on Interstate 91. After exiting the ramp, enter U.S. Rt. 5 north and take an immediate left at the stoplight (Back Center Road). Follow for 1.5 miles to the stop sign. Continue straight for 100 yards, turn left at Lyndon Institute onto College Road. Continue one mile up the hill to the College.
Approximate driving times:
- 3.5 hours from Hartford, Conn.
- 3 hours from Boston
- 6 hours from New York, N.Y.
- 3.5 hours from Portland, Maine
We are located 2.5 hours northwest of Manchester (N.H.) Airport, and 1.5 hours east of Burlington (Vt.) International Airport. Car rentals are suggested when traveling from either airport.
These regulations have been established to protect the safety of faculty, staff, students and visitors, and to control motor vehicle traffic and parking on campus so that college business may be conducted in an orderly manner. Parking or driving a motor vehicle on the LSC campus is a privilege and the owner and/or operator is responsible for seeing that his/her vehicle is neither operated nor parked in violation of these regulations or any regulations/laws of the state.
- College parking and traffic restrictions are indicated by these regulations and/or signs, street markings or curb markings.
- It is the responsibility of all faculty, staff and students operating a motor vehicle on campus to learn and obey these parking and traffic regulations. Ignorance of the provisions of these regulations will not be accepted as a defense for violations. Specific questions relating to these regulations may be directed to the Department of Public Safety.
- The registrant is held responsible for any violation involving the registered vehicle (or the person who is responsible for registering the vehicle if is not registered) when he/she is operating the vehicle or when another individual is using the vehicle.
- Every member of the campus community (faculty, staff and students) must register any motor vehicle they park on college property. This will be enforced at all times.
- Parking permits can be picked up in the Public Safety Office (near the Vail lobby). The Public Safety Office is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- A vehicle is registered only when a valid parking permit for that vehicle is properly displayed. The college parking permit must be affixed to the lower right side of the windshield.
- The issuance of a permit does not guarantee a parking space. Lack of space is not considered a valid excuse for violation of the parking regulations.
- Registered faculty and staff vehicles are permitted to park in all legal parking spaces on campus except Wheelock lot.
All parking and traffic violations are enforced by the Lyndon State College Public Safety Department. The following is a list of some of the violations.
- Operating a vehicle in a reckless manner
- Speeding (the speed limit on all campus roads is 15 m.p.h. except where slower speeds are necessary for safety)
- Failure to adhere to conventional traffic regulations and signs
- Parking in an entrance, exit, traffic lane, or fire lane
- Parking in a driveway, loading dock area, on a sidewalk or walkway, in the inner campus, or blocking a trash dumpster
- Illegally parking in such a way as to constitute a hazard to vehicular and pedestrian traffic or to the movement or operation of emergency equipment
- Parking in a handicapped parking space without authorization or without (HP) or (DV) license plates
- Parking in an unauthorized lot or space
- Failure to obey directions of a member of the Department of Public Safety in the execution of his/her duties
- Parking in such a manner that the adjoining space is rendered unusable
- Parking on the grass
- Failure to register vehicle
- Failure to display parking permit as directed
- Failure to conform to posted signs
Violations & Fines
- No parking permit $10.00
- Driving on grassy area $10.00
- Parking in prohibited area $15.00
- Parking in roadway $15.00
- Parking in handicapped space $75.00
- Blocking security gates $25.00
- Blocking building access $25.00
- Parking in fire lanes $25.00
- Interior campus (the portion of the campus inside of the security gates) $50.00—Public Safety personnel are authorized to issue tickets to any vehicle that inhibits the safe and regular flow of vehicles or pedestrians on campus.
- Reckless driving—May result in a hearing and the hearing officer will determine any penalty.
If a fine is not paid or an appeal not filed within seven working days from the date of the violation, the registrant will be liable for the fine. Parking tickets/fines must be paid at the Business Office.
The college reserves the right to remove or impound any vehicle found on campus that is parked in a driveway, fire lane, and interior campus, blocking a loading dock or trash dumpster, or parked in such a way as to constitute a hazard to vehicular and pedestrian traffic or to the movement or operation of emergency equipment. The owner will be responsible for the costs involved in removing or impounding and storing the vehicle. The recovery fee for all towed vehicles is set by the company performing the service. The towing company will normally also charge a storage fee for each day the vehicle is held by the tow service.
No liability is created by granting of parking or vehicle operating privileges on property owned, leased or otherwise controlled by the college. The college assumes no responsibility for the care or protection of vehicle or contents while operated on college property. Officers of the Department of Public Safety do patrol college parking facilities.
Charlotte Porcelli, Director of Conferences and Events