The Adrian College campus and its facilities are open to the public for weddings, receptions, bridal showers and rehearsal dinners.
Our campus is beautifully landscaped offering several locations to choose from to capture the “perfect picture” of your special day. Also located on our campus is 110 Madison Ave, a full service salon offering everything you need to pamper yourself and bridal party prior to the big event! Additionally, we offer complete catering services for all occasions.
From the initial planning stage to the completion of your event we will assist you with each important detail. Our goal is to help make your special day a successful one!
Select any one of the following options to learn more about the spaces Adrian College can offer you for your wedding:
- Herrick Chapel
- Adrian Tobias Center
- Dawson Auditorium
- Check out other facilities that may fit your needs here!
If you are looking to make a deposit for your event, please access our payment page with more information.
One of our options for your wedding day includes Herrick Chapel—a beautiful atmosphere for your daytime or evening wedding. With 36 unique stained glass windows, seating for up to 1,000 guests, new carpeting and a new sound system, your ceremony will be one to remember. Guest parking is available nearby. At Herrick Chapel, each of 36 stained glass windows features a unique design.
The Adrian Tobias Center has the capacity to host large or small parties. The Tobias Room comfortably holds 100 guests, while the Adrian Room holds 300 guests. The two rooms (called the “Adrian Tobias Room”) can also be combined. The center is equipped with a screen, sound system and wireless Internet. A projector, stage and dance floor can easily be added at your request.
This performance facility includes spacious lobby, seats 1,000 and is connected to Spencer Hall. The building boasts the name in honor of Dr. Hildreth Spencer’s parents: Dr. James Spencer, music faculty for over 44 years, and Mrs. Cornelia Spencer, who taught voice and served as the dean of women. Recent additions provided new office space and teaching studios featuring the latest technology and continued growth for the renowned music program on campus.