University of Redlands, Marin Campus

There are several venue locations to host a special event or conference on the UOR Marin Campus. From wedding ceremonies, receptions, dinners, bar-mitzvahs, memorials and other special events, we have a venue that demands a special ambience.

We provide a Preferred Catering and Vendors List with Bay Area Caterers, wedding and event planners, equipment rental companies, audio-visual, lighting and musicians/DJs to help you make decisions that suit your needs and budget beyond our venue.

The campus has various classrooms, meeting rooms and retreat houses that can accommodate from 10-200 guests. Your attendees will have the ability to find peace and tranquility by walking the labyrinths or various trails on our 14-acre campus and on nearby Marin County trails.

If you are having a very small special event with less than 30 to 60 people, consider renting Montague Hall (60 ppl), Trinity House (40 ppl), or Shaw Guest House (30 ppl) for a standing reception.
If hosting a small meeting or conference with less than 30-50 people, we have Lloyd Hall, Scott Hall, Montague Hall and Geneva 100 to consider, as well.


Impress your guests with breathtaking views of Mount Tamalpais, Bald Hill and the iconic castles on our Geneva Terrace. It’s easy to see why this historic, scenic setting has emerged as a premiere destination for gatherings of all types. It is renowned for weddings, ceremonies and receptions.

Located adjacent to Stewart Chapel, Geneva Terrace is merely steps from the wedding ceremony and is the most dramatic location for your reception.

The large terrace can accommodate up to 170 guests seated at rounds or as a standing reception site (with room for a dance floor on our labyrinth). The stunning views and backdrop on Geneva Terrace is one of the most picturesque vistas in the Bay Area.


Venue Details

– Capacity: 170 seated (with room for dance floor)
– Views of Mt. Tamalpais, Ross Valley and stone castles
– Beautiful architectural archways
– Large bride and groom rooms


Alexander Hall allows for a variety of special events including intimate gatherings, weddings, receptions, conferences and wine/food shows. The adjacent lawn and patio are perfect locations for outdoor receptions, lawn games, teambuilding activities or ceremonies.

Alexander Hall boasts 2,000 square feet of versatile indoor space. The venue location is ideal for banquet-style seating, standing receptions, retreats, conferences or various types of special events. The venue pairs nicely if you hold your wedding ceremony at Montgomery Chapel, Stewart Chapel or even on the adjacent Alexander Hall lawn area.


Venue Details

– Reception Capacity: 200
– Seated Capacity: 130 – 150
– Theatre: 130-150
– Oversized hearth
– Parquet floors
– 15 foot ceilings

Shaw Guest House

Built in the late 1800s, this beautifully refurbished two-story Victorian home originally served as SF Theological Seminary faculty housing. Today it boasts six spacious bedrooms, a formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room, and three full baths. The huge sweeping front porch and gourmet kitchen make this the perfect venue for a variety of gatherings such as wedding rehearsal dinners, intimate receptions, bridal party and out-of-town guests or a romantic getaway.


Venue Details

– Reception Capacity: 30 (additional fee required)
– Six bedrooms
– Sleeping Capacity: 14
– Fully furnished with beautiful antiques
– Large, modern, eat-in kitchen with professional stove and prep island
– Three full baths
– Formal living room with fireplace
– Formal dining room
– Handicap accessible

Trinity House

Situated in the serene Seminary Campus, designed by renowned San Francisco architect, William A. Knowles, this gorgeous, 5,000 sq.ft. home features 8 bedrooms & 4 full/3 half-baths on 2 levels. Recently refurbished, it will accommodate 20-22 guests overnight in shared rooms. The Great Room serves as an intimate, casual meeting space, complete with Smart TV. The dining room can accommodate 20 guests for meals, and the beautifully appointed den, is perfect for relaxing.

Designed be renowned San Francisco architect, William A. Knowles, and built in 1909 as faculty housing, this gorgeous 5,000 square-foot home features 8 large bedrooms and 7 bathrooms on 2 levels.