Royce Hall Auditorium
Royce Hall is regarded as the symbol of UCLA. Like Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Royce Hall Auditorium is one of America’s great concert halls, distinguished by its impeccable beauty and refined acoustics. It is home to speaker programs, ceremonies and UCLA Live’s world class arts performances. Seating capacity is 1,834.
UCLA Performing Arts
For off-campus theater rental inquiries, contact:
For on-campus departments wishing to schedule an event at Royce Hall, or for any theater ancillary space/reception-only events, please contact
For detailed information, see Royce Hall Rentals in Related Information.
Humanities Conference Room and Herbert Morris Seminar Room
These meeting spaces are located on the third floor of Royce Hall.
The Humanities Conference Room, Royce 314, has 120 upholstered, stacking chairs that may be rearranged within the room as required. Audio-visual equipment is available. The adjacent kitchen has refrigerator, stove, microwave oven, cook-top, and dishwasher.
The Herbert Morris Seminar Room, Royce room 306, is a large seminar room that holds up to 80 people. It has an adjacent terrace. Access to the terrace is only through the seminar room itself. The room has 38 upholstered chairs that may be rearranged within the room as required.
The Humanities Division has priority use of these spaces.
Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 302 Royce Hall
(310) 206-559 (310) 825-1880
Royce Hall General Assignment Classrooms
The General Assignment classrooms in Royce Hall range in size from 19 to 131 capacity. They are available for non-academic use during weeknights and weekends. There is limited weekday availability after the third week of each academic quarter and Summer Sessions. Academic use of the rooms always takes priority.
UCLA Events Office