• Event at the Friday Conference Center
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  • Performance at the Friday Conference Center
  • Friday Conference Center Meeting



To limit the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, UNC-Chapel Hill has suspended gatherings of more than 50 people, effective immediately.

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Friday Conference Center Atrium


The Friday Conference Center provides exceptional, flexible event and meeting spaces for a variety of purposes, from large conventions and banquet receptions to small seminars to professional development workshops. Our clients include organizations from both inside and outside The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Picture your event in our 39,000 square feet of space, arranged to meet your every need.


The Friday Conference Center combines the latest technology, architectural beauty, and personalized planning services. We are an IACC-certified venue, demonstrating our commitment to quality and service.

From transforming rooms for a large banquet to arranging for an intimate reception, our experienced event specialists bring a personal touch to offering the planning and support you need.

Flowers at the Friday Conference Center

A Few Words From Our Clients


The Primetime Business Expo last night was a fantastic success thanks to you! When we drove up there were people waiting to help us unload and take things in. I did not expect that. Then the food was great, and everyone who works there was so nice and friendly! Everyone was saying how great this expo was on all levels. Thank you so much…

–Amy Struble, Director of Sales at The Siena Hotel

We were delighted with how our Wednesday event turned out. Everything was great – the food, the service, the AV, and the extremely helpful staff! I will never forget being approached with help to cart in my boxes. My not even having to ask? Priceless. Your team made this so easy for us, and we really appreciate every facet of your support.

– Diane Frazier, Director of Development Strategies, UNC