The Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Lecture Hall is an ADA-accessible, 381-seat auditorium with a small, semi-circular stage. Featuring state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, McNeil is ideal for lectures. The Yale University Registrar’s Office schedules the lecture hall between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Thursday. Outside of that time period, the lecture hall may be rented by University-sponsored special events. Rental costs include use of the auditorium and support staff fees for security, facilities, and standard custodial services. Groups considering the use of the hall should first contact Liz Harnett at 203.432.0620 or elizabeth.harnett@yale.edu to determine the availability of the hall for the date requested and the appropriateness of the proposed event.

Terms and Conditions
Food and drink are not allowed inside the Lecture Hall.
Fundraising and political activities are not permitted.
No products, services, or tickets may be sold at the museum in conjunction with an event.
Events may not impair public access during normal open hours.

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