Housing For Your Summer Event
We consider a conference any group. The conference season typically begins in June and ends at the end of July. Reservations for your group are necessary and will be issued on a first come, first serve basis. However, since many groups take advantage of our program, it is suggested that you make your reservation as early as possible to avoid being disappointed.
The Residence Hall area consists of three "complexes": "North Halls" and "South Halls", each consist of two adjoining Residence Halls, housing 90 beds each. Each hall is three stories with about 30 beds per floor. The floors are divided into four room "quads", each with 7-9 beds. Bellamy Hall is a "Suite Style" hall, designed as 5 person, air-conditioned suite, consisting of two double bedrooms, one single bedroom, one and a half bathrooms and a private gathering area. The hall offers flex rooms, for study or relaxation, "Internet–Based" laundry facilities and a wonderful Game Room, with activities, such as billiards, ping pong, air hockey and foosball available to guests.
|North, South & New Halls||Cost|
|Up to 20 People|| $35.00 per double room, $20 per single room, per night|
|More than 100 People||Ask for the special rate|
The host group will be billed and payment is due upon arrival. Conferences over 20 people may require a deposit, payable prior to the conference. We accept Mastercard and Visa for your convenience.
Linen packets are available to all guests at a nominal fee. The "linen packet" is available for approximately $8.00 (subject to change) and contains two flat sheets, one pillow, one blanket, one pillowcase, two bath towels, one hand towel and one washcloth. Linen packets are replenished as requested. The $8.00 per packet is assessed for each linen packet distributed. To save these additional costs, many guests choose to bring a sleeping bag and personal linens or simply launder your linen packets on site.
Conference Leaders are invited to contact the MVCC Events Coordinator (315) 731–5722 for assistance in securing on–campus meeting rooms for conference workshops.