The conference room of Dunder Mifflin Scranton without the table.


The conference room is a room in every branch of Dunder Mifflin, as well as corporate. This room holds all large meetings, most office parties, as well as private discussions between people without offices. Occasionally the conference room is used as a temporary workspace for corporate employees who did not have a desk at that location or employees of that branch, who temporarily require a private workspace.

Scranton BranchEdit

The Scranton Branch has a Conference Room directly to the right of the Regional Manager’s Office. It was seen both with and without a large table. During meetings, there would often be a television in the room to show any relevant videos. Dwight Schrute once used the conference room as a temporary workspace while picking a new health care plan. Michael Scott once allowed a purse vendor to set up her purses in the conference room. During the buyout of Dunder Mifflin, Jo Bennett worked from the conference room. During his time as CEO of Sabre, Robert California would often work out of the conference room of The Scranton Branch. The conference room has large windows facing the sales staff, one smaller window facing the hallway, as well as two exterior windows. It was revealed in Hot Girl there used to be a window between the managers office and the conference room, but no longer. This room is where interviews for people without an office would be filmed.

Stamford BranchEdit

The conference room of Dunder Mifflin Stamford was located at the back of their office, directly to the left of Josh Porter’s office. Like the Scranton Branch, it had windows overlooking the sales staff. This room had a large table as well as chairs around the perimeter of the room.

Utica BranchEdit

The conference room of Dunder Mifflin’s Utica Branch is only seen in Lecture Circuit Part 1. It has a glass door and a window facing the entry hallway. It does not have a table, although it is possible that a table is moved in and out depending on the function of the room at a given time.

Nashua BranchEdit

Dunder Mifflin Nashua has a conference room with one window facing the back desks of the office. It does not have a table in Lecture Circuit Part 1 but may have a table when the situation warrants it.


The conference room at corporate was near the lobby. In had a large table with leather chairs. There were a glass door and one window. The conference room was used for meetings, as well as negotiations with branch managers, certain disciplinary meetings, and on at least one instance, a legal deposition.

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