Integration & Application Network

UMCES Annapolis Office

The UMCES Annapolis Office is designed to be a convenient and modern office for UMCES staff and as an up-to-date meeting space for IAN, UMCES and our partners. The facility has a state-of-the-art electronic conference room with interactive video and voice conference capabilities as well as high-speed wireless connectivity and projection capabilities. It is available for meetings, training courses and workshops pending scheduling availability.

Our office is located 429 4th St., in Annapolis, Maryland. Get directions. It sits near the state capitol and legislative offices and within walking distance to a host of restaurants, hotels, shops. The local bus service provides shuttle service to the historic waterfront and downtown Annapolis area and our office is on the Green Route. Washington, DC, Baltimore, and the Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI) are only a 30-40 minute drive.

Facilities

Our office space is not currently available for meetings by reservation. We expect to make the meeting room available again in September or October 2021, with related cleaning fees being required depending on group size and requirements. Please review our rooms and their amenities below. If you have any questions, please reach out to Jennifer Clapper at (410) 221-2048, or Caroline Donovan at (410) 330-3330.

Our ammenities, when available, include: 

Conference room A (Large)

  • Seats 15 around a conference table
  • Wireless internet and power outlets available throughout
  • Whiteboard walls
  • Conference phone
  • Computer projector
  • Large mounted television

Conference room B (Small)

  • Seats 6 around a conference table
  • Wireless internet and power outlets available throughout
  • Whiteboard
  • Large television
  • Interactive video conferencing through UM (IVN)

The office has a small kitchen, fax, copier, area for food serving (food must be brought in), coffee pots, microwave, and refrigerator. Coffee, tea, and cream are not provided as a part of this reservation, and must be brought in.