The Department of Housing and Residence Life and the Office of Conferences, Reservations and Event Services work closely together to provide conference participants a quality, safe and enjoyable experience in our residence halls during the summer months. Each conference staying in our residence halls will have a full-time staff member assigned to manage their conference. A list of available buildings will be provided at a later date. The following housing options are available for summer conferences:
Traditional Tower Halls
These halls provide 25 two-person bedrooms and four large bathrooms on each floor. Depending on demand, single rooms may be available. Linen service is available upon request for an additional fee.
These halls are made up of units with bedrooms, a living room and private bathroom. Suites can be double rooms or single rooms. Most suites can accommodate four people. Linen service is available upon request for an additional fee.
These areas feature four one-person bedrooms, a kitchen, a living/dining area and up to two private bathrooms. Linen service is included for all apartment guests.
These apartments feature four one-person bedrooms, a kitchen, a living/dining area and up to two private bathrooms. Deluxe apartments include linen and alarm clocks in each bedroom, a television in the living room and kitchen utensils in the kitchen. Daily towel exchange is also provided.
Youth camps are primarily housed in the traditional tower buildings and suites; adult groups are typically housed in suite or apartment areas. Not all residential buildings are open to conference participants.
All rooms are air-conditioned and have windows/blinds. Each bedroom contains a twin bed, desk and wardrobe/closet for each person. Trash cans and recycling bins are provided in each living room or high-rise room. In suites, a couch is provided in the living room. Each apartment has a kitchen with refrigerator and stove/oven, as well as a dining table with chairs.