Cal Lutheran features a wide range of venues for hosting your ideal event. From classrooms to conference rooms, wedding sites to art galleries, Cal Lutheran has the perfect site just for you.
560 dining capacity
Gilbert Arena is the center piece of CLU's north campus. This state of the art facility opened in 2006 and has three full length courts available as well as a state-of-the-art net system that retracts from ceiling.
500 dining capacity
Kingsmen Park is located in the center of the campus and is used for a variety of outdoor events. Kingsmen Creek flows down the center of the park between large shade bearing trees.
152 dining capacity
Lundring Event center is located inside the Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center and is the university’s largest banquet room. This state of the art facility opened in August of 2006 and is equipped with surround sound, LCD projector, and stage lighting.
80 dining capacity
Overton Hall is located in the center of the university's academic corridor. This venue is highlighted by it's amazing natural light created by multiple french doors and large windows. Overton Hall can accommodate lectures, staff meetings and small banquets.
Preus-Brandt Forum is Cal Lutheran's performing art stage venue.
CLU's largest lecture hall.
200 dining capacity
Samuelson Chapel, with its sweeping walls of stained glass, is home to CLU's campus ministry programs and the site of numerous musical, academic, cultural and special events during the year.
400 dining capacity
Soiland Multipurpose Arena is located in the Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center. It has a state of the art retractable backboard system allowing for multiple court configurations. The hardwood floor can be covered to accommodate large banquets and/or conferences.
The Senson building is LEED Certified and has many enviromental benefits including windows and glass walls in the lobbies that provide natural daylighting for 94% of the building spaces.
160 dining capacity
The Ullman Conference Center is located in the brand new environmentally friendly, two-level Ullman Dining Commons showcase features glass curtain walls looking out over the academic corridor and Kingsman Park. This venue is currently only availble to CLU based groups.