Meeting Room 1
The larger of the two meeting rooms, this room can fit six people around the table, a whiteboard and AV facilities. This room can be booked for students, staff and fellows, and instructions for how to book a meeting room are available on the intranet.
Meeting Room 2
This is a small meeting room located in the New Block available for students, staff and fellows. This room has a small table which can fit five and a whiteboard. No AV is available in this room. This room can be booked for students, staff and fellows, and instructions for how to book meeting rooms are on the intranet.
Per Saugman Room
This peaceful study room can be accessed via the East Corridor, next to the Radcliffe Observatory. It provides a quiet place for individual study, with a number of desks and seats available. All Green Templeton students are welcome to use this room. No food is permitted in the room, but reusable cups are allowed.
Rooms that require booking
Green Templeton has a number of larger rooms that can be booked via the Events team for meetings, student societies, lectures, and more. To enquire about using one of the below rooms, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org / (0)1865 284550. Further information on Green Templeton’s bookable meeting rooms.
Please note: charges may apply to use these pre-booked rooms.
Seats around 80 people in total. AV available.
This modern lecture theatre is situated on the ground floor of the Walton Building, beneath the library on the main Green Templeton site.
A meeting room with a large rectangle table and 16 chairs. AV available.
This elegant room is part of Observer’s House on the main college site, with picturesque views of the Radcliffe Observatory gardens. With plenty of natural light, it’s ideal for small team meetings and seminars.
A meeting room, with a large oval table and 14 chairs. AV available.
This modern meeting room is on the first floor of the Admin Building and ideal for meetings and small presentations.
Bookable spaces for conference use.
This is a beautiful Grade II listed Victorian building just seven minutes walk from the main college site. Rooms available include a large seminar room, a smaller consulting room, and a large, welcoming entrance hall.