Munzer Auditorium provides the School of Medicine with a space for seminars, symposia, and workshops, in one of the most innovative facilities on campus.
About Munzer Auditorium
Munzer Auditorium was made possible through the generosity of the Rudolph J. and Daphne A. Munzer Foundation. Munzer Auditorium has 101-person capacity with fixed-theatre style seating, and serves as a venue for the School of Medicine research community.
Munzer Auditorium is located at the Beckman Center for Molecular and Genetic Medicine, 279 Campus Drive West, Room B060 (Ground Floor). The auditorium is open Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. It is not available on weekends or during observed holidays and school closures.
Reserving Munzer Auditorium
Reservation requests are made and approved through our online system. It’s important for event organizers to arrive one hour before their event starts, to set up and ensure access. Due to new security protocols instituted during the COVID-19 pandemic, the doors may be locked, and SoM Security may need to come unlock them.
Stanford event organizers are ultimately responsible to ensure that their staff, attendees, and visitors adhere to the university’s COVID-19 requirements. For the safety of our Stanford community, please review the guidelines on the Health Alerts website.
To make a reservation, please follow these steps:
- Read through and familiarize yourself with the full list of reservation policies.
- Request a reservation through the online system.
Before making a reservation, read the full list of usage policies
Use our online scheduling system to make your reservation