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Facilities - Conferencing
CAMPS AND CONFERENCES
Benedictine College is located in Atchison, Kansas on a beautiful 110 acre campus on the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River. Our Conferencing Department offers a “one stop shop” for camps and conferences. We provide groups the convenience of coordinating their entire event (facilities, equipment, catering, etc.) through a single source. Our facilities and residence halls are open to the public from approximately the first week in June through the last week of July.
CAMPUS FACILITY AND RECREATIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS
Benedictine College offers a variety of meeting rooms to accommodate large and small groups. Our campus has the ability to host meetings from seating for 10 to 100, with a larger lecture room seating up to 500. Pricing available upon request.
Recreational facilities include two gymnasiums, racquetball and tennis courts, running track, football, soccer and baseball fields.
Benedictine College has nine residence halls, each with its own personality from community living to private apartment-style living. All halls are air conditioned and located conveniently to meeting, dining and recreational facilities. The residence halls offer the perfect setting for groups of various sizes. Whether staying for one evening or several weeks, the halls will offer economical and comfortable lodging for camp and conference attendees
Built in 1893 and renovated in 2001, Elizabeth Hall is named in honor of Elizabeth Ferrell, an college benefactor. Elizabeth Hall offers large and small two and four person suites. Each suite has twin beds with a private bathroom and kitchenette. The kitchenette is supplied with a microwave and small refrigerator. Ferrell can house up to 152 people and has handicap accessible rooms.
ST. MARTIN'S MEMORIAL HALL AND TURNER HALL
Each bedroom has two twin beds, with each floor having a community bathroom. Memorial has 50 bedroom units that can house 95 guests and Turner has 74 bedrooms to house 142 guests.
Suite style rooms, each suite has 4 bedrooms (8 beds), two bathrooms and a lounge area. McDonald houses 159 people.
During the school year, Newman is home to freshman and sophomore men, housing 133. Each bedroom has two twin beds with a shared bathroom (two rooms per bathroom).
Built in 2010, the Benedictine Row Houses line Second Street across from the entrance to the college. Each three-story Row House provides private bedrooms for 4 to 5 people, with the center floor the common living area and kitchen. The Row Houses can house up to 24 individuals.
ST. SCHOLASTICA HALL
Built in 2005, St. Scholasitca is home to freshmen and sophomore women during the school year. Each bedroom has two twin beds and every floor has two large community bathrooms on each floor. St. Scholastica can house up to 142 individuals.
KREMMETER HALL, LEGACY HALL, AND WOLF HALL
Our newest dorms, completed in September, 2008. The three halls are all apartment units, with a living room, kitchen and private bathroom. Two person and four person units are available and can house up to 192 guests.
CRAY SEABERG HALL
Originally part of the Atchison Hospital, twenty-one rooms were converted to spacious dorm housing for men. Conveniently located on Second Street across from the Larry Wilcox Stadium and Laughlin Track, each bedroom has two twin beds with half of the rooms equipped with a private bath. The other rooms have a toilet and sink but will share a community shower. Cray Seaberg can house up to 42 individuals.
Benedictine College’s campus dining service is staffed and operated by ARAMARK. Committed to quality and excellence, ARAMARK offers a range of services from refreshments to banquet meals. The catering staff is capable of creating the right menu to make your event an enjoyable experience for all who attend. Full service meals, buffets, picnics, and cookouts are available to compliment any conference or camp event. Our newly-renovated cafeteria will accommodate up to 500 guests and is conveniently located in the center of our campus.
Audio-Visual equipment is available to accommodate the needs of conference groups. We have a selection of meeting rooms that have LCD/Video projectors and internet connections. Internet accessible, networked computer labs are also available.
For availability and pricing please contact:
Events and Conferencing Coordinator