Accommodations

Accommodations

University Commons
University Commons, a 4.2 acre complex of four apartment buildings ranging from eight to 15 stories, can house approximately 2,000 conference participants. The complex consists of private single rooms in either a two or four bedroom apartment style unit. All units come with fully equipped kitchens and furnished bedroom, living room and dining area spaces. Each individual private bedroom is wired for high speed Ethernet internet connections, voice and cable TV services. ADA accessible apartments are also available. In addition, each floor design includes a community lounge space, and each building has a fully equipped free laundry facility. Apartments do not come with televisions or any cooking utensils.

Patton Hall
Patton Hall has a suite style setup that can accommodate up to 325 conference participants. The suite has a total occupancy of three people. One bedroom per suite is a double occupancy room, and one is a single occupancy. The suites feature a lockable built in closet, an extra long (38” x 80″) twin bed, a three-drawer dresser and a desk and chair for each participant and wall to wall carpeting. Each suite has a full bathroom that connects both bedrooms. There are limited ADA accessible suites available. Call if one of these suites would be best for you.

Piedmont North
This two building traditional style complex can accommodate up to 1000 participants with options of double and triple occupancy rooms. Each room has its own bathroom, and each participant will have their own extra-long twin bed, a wardrobe or closet, dresser and a desk and chair.

Piedmont Central
Opened in Fall 2016, Piedmont Central is a 11-story traditional suite-style residence hall accommodating approximately 1,150 and is a more traditional style residence hall. Each floor has approximately beds with Private Semi-Suites (bedroom to yourself and shared bathroom) and Shared Semi-Suite (share a bedroom and bathroom).

For tours of the residence halls, please visit Virtual & Video Tours.

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