Your one-stop shop for bringing the best events and conferences to Hope College!
The Hope College Events and Conferences Office, best known as ECO, is dedicated to providing the finest service with the intention of creating convenient and comfortable spaces for events and other happenings at Hope College.
We are committed to working together as a staff and with the rest of campus to provide professional and detailed care, in a manner that supports Hope’s mission.
Our team also has a commitment to involve students in the process of crafting the ultimate experience for our guests, whether they’re members of the Hope community, summer conference guests or long-time supporters of our arts and athletic performances.
Anderson-Werkman Center100 East 8th StreetSuite 130Holland, MI 49423
Hope by the Numbers
- 228Daily Bookings
An average of 228 bookings are made each day via EMS campus software for scheduling and booking events, meetings, weddings, classrooms and conferences.Make a reservation online
- 123Student Workers
Hope students are the heart of the Events and Conferences Office and are involved in everything from tickets and events to A/V set-up, summer conferences and design work.Find your place in ECO
- 61Summer Conferences
We host approximately 61 camps and conferences every summer from May to August.Host a conference
- 402Ticketed Events
The Events and Conferences Office sells tickets to most events on campus, averaging more than one per day. We also staff these events.Purchase tickets
The De Pree Art Center and Gallery at Hope College will feature “No Motherland without You: Images of North Korea,” an exhibition of photography by Hope graduate Tom Wagner, from Friday, Feb. 17, through Thursday, March 16.De Pree Art Center and Gallery: Tom WagnerDe Pree Art Center and Gallery: Tom Wagner 10:00 am - De Pree Art Center
- De Pree Art Center
The Kruizenga Art Museum at Hope College will open the exhibition “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe” on Tuesday, Jan. 10, showcasing the work of two important 20th century artists who were inspired to engage deeply with the Christian faith as a result of their experiences during World War II and its aftermath.Kruizenga Art Museum: “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe”Kruizenga Art Museum: “Gospel Stories: Otto Dix and Sadao Watanabe” 10:00 am - Kruizenga Art Museum
- Kruizenga Art Museum
Dr. Lynn Wooten of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business will present “Legacies of Excellence” on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 4 p.m. at Hope College in the Maas Center auditorium in conjunction with national Black History Month.Black History Month Lecture to focus on the "Legacies of Excellence"Black History Month Lecture to focus on the "Legacies of Excellence" 4:00 pm - Maas Center, Auditorium
- Maas Center
The Hope College Department of Theatre will present “Love and Information” on Friday-Saturday, Feb. 17-18, and Wednesday-Saturday, Feb. 22-25, at 7:30 p.m. in the DeWitt Center main theatre.Hope Theatre: Love and InformationHope Theatre: Love and Information 7:30 pm - DeWitt Student and Cultural Center, Theatre
- Tickets are $10 for regular admission, $7 for senior citizens, Hope faculty and staff, and free for Hope College students and children 18 and under.
- DeWitt Student and Cultural Center
Women's Lacrosse vs. Cleary UniversityWomen's Lacrosse vs. Cleary University 9:00 pm - Legacy Center
- Legacy Center