Anticipated housing is in East Hall or Roberts Hall. These residence halls provide suite-style housing where participants have their own private bedroom with shared bath facilities and a common living room. The kitchen contains a refrigerator, electric stove top, microwave and sink. Note: The kitchen does not come stocked.
Each bedroom is furnished with a bed, dresser, desk and chair. Linens are provided and include sheets, a blanket, a pillow with a case, towel, hand towel, wash cloth, shampoo, conditioner, soap and a cup. Participants are encouraged to bring personal toiletries and additional towels or blankets if needed.
The housing fee includes on-campus accommodations for the nights of July 25th and 26th and two accompanying breakfasts.
PLEASE NOTE: Housing is provided only for workshop participants. If you need family housing and/or additional nights prior to or following the workshop, you will need to make your own off-campus arrangements.
Check in for ALL participants will take place on Tuesday, July 25th from 9:00 a.m.to Noon at East Hall, building 42 on the campus map.
The workshop will begin at Noon with a lunch and plenary session in the Stamm Dining Room located in the Templeton Campus Center, building 36 on the campus map.