Inside the Augenstein Alumni Center
Robertson and Feix Grand Ballrooms
The Lee Robertson ('50) and Jimmy Feix ('53) Grand Ballrooms are the heart of the Augenstein Alumni Center. These spacious rooms, adorned with rich WKU carpeting and fine fixtures, are used for a range of events, including business meetings, lectures, social gatherings, formal dinners and wedding receptions. When combined, the Ballrooms can accommodate up to 250 dinner style and as many as 300 theatre style.
The Atrium is a comfortable venue on campus for receptions,entertainment and social gatherings. The Atrium is a welcoming two-story space with seating, the Farmers National Bank Exhibit Gallery, the Sinks Grand Fireplace, the Grand Staircase and the Atrium Bar. It adjoins the WKU Museum and receives visitors to the Augenstein Alumni Center. The Atrium Bar offers an attractive space for serving during various events. Outfitted with fine countertops and cabinetry, the Atrium Bar adds flair to an already inviting and comfortable space.
Atrium – Room 101
• 470 Sq Feet
• 100 Capacity
Watkins Executive Auditorium
The Hays Watkins ('47) Executive Auditorium offers tiered seating, workspace, and electric and network connections for up to 75 guests. With comfortable seating and excellent audio-visual capacity, this space welcomes all prospective students to WKU and provides a location for classes, speakers and guest lectures.
Watkins Executive Auditorium – Room 210
• 1,420 Sq Feet
• 78 Capacity
Guillaume Executive Board Room
The Rick (‘65) and Ann (‘65) Guillaume Executive Board Room is the premiere choice on campus for board and committee meetings. The room includes a variety of multimedia capabilities, fine carpeting, and finishes. There are outstanding views of Van Meter Hall and the top of campus via French doors that open onto the second floor veranda.
Guillaume Executive Board Room – Room 209
• 1000 Sq Feet
• 26 Capacity
Greenwell Executive Dining Room
The Greenwell Executive Dining Room is a beautiful setting with a custom WKU dining table seating up to 14 people, a custom stained glass chandelier, rich fixtures, cabinetry, and WKU china. A private space, the Dining Room is the perfect location for small social gatherings, meetings, and luncheons.
Greenwell Executive Dining Room – Room 208
• 538 Sq Feet
• 14 Capacity
The WKU Museum is a unique space that depicts the traditions and spirit of WKU. It contains memorabilia from the rich history of WKU, reflecting excellence and evoking a sense of pride for all who pass through its door. This room represents the past, present and future of the institution.
The Bob (‘58) and Martha Jean (‘51) Owsley Library is a beautiful room and one of the most charming on the entire WKUcampus, featuring wood flooring, floor to ceiling wood casework, area rugs and comfortable seating. The Owsley Library houses literature about WKU, works authored by WKU alumni, faculty, staff and students, as well as videos of WKU’s Hall of Distinguished Alumni and previous issues of the Talisman, Business University Towers, College Heights Herald and WKU ALUMNUS, ALUMNI, and WKU SPIRIT.
Owsley Library – Room 204
• 570 Sq Feet
• 35 Capacity
Mutchler Family Living Room
The Mutchler Family Living Room provides a unique "home" environment with informal seating (couches, loveseats, armchairs, etc.), the Greater Louisville Alumni Chapter Fireplace, a television and a wet bar. The Living Room is ideal for receptions,luncheons, openhouses, watching sporting events, and other intimate gatherings of up to 50 people.
Mutchler Family Living Room – Room 203
• 635 Sq Feet
• 40 Capacity
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