There are many reasons to host your event at CWU. Among them are amazing location, in the geographic center of the state just walking distance from historic downtown Ellensburg; top-notch facilities, more than 50,000 square feet of available conference and meeting space on campus; and its professional team, made up of event and conference staff whose main goal is to make your event a success.
CWU offers one of the most comprehensive collegiate conference services in the state of Washington. Our team is dedicated to supporting you in the development and management of your event. The conference program provides a one-stop-shop to groups requiring on-and off-campus lodging, meals, meeting rooms, registration services, and various other amenities. From conception to completion the conference services team manages every detail of your camp, conference, wedding, reception, or any other event with solutions geared specifically toward your needs.
CWU offers one of the most comprehensive collegiate conference services in the state of Washington. Exceptional facilities, quality service, affordable price, and convenient location help make CWU the perfect place for your event. The Conference Program is your source for reserving on- and off-campus lodging and meeting rooms, and coordinating meals, registration services, and other amenities for your event.
CWU catering is a full service catering program that provides deliciously prepared and creatively presented food and drink for your event. A catering planner will work closely with you to develop a menu that best suits your needs.
Phone: (509) 963-1302
The Wildcat Shop is the place to shop for all your spirit gear and Wildcat apparel.
Contact the Scheduling Office if you would like to reserve a room in one of CWU's facilities, or if you would like to promote your event by hanging a poster on campus or a banner over University Way.
Phone: (509) 963-1321
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