On-Campus Housing Information
On-campus accommodations are in Ytterboe Hall, an undergraduate dormitory. Rooms are single-occupancy, though a limited number of double-occupancy rooms are available at a slightly reduced rate.
To make reservations for campus housing and food services, please contact Kathy Lindeman, registrar, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 719-473-6634
Following is a description of those services:
HOUSING: On-campus housing is available in Ytterboe Hall, an air-conditioned student dormitory arranged in four-person suites. Participants will be assigned single bedrooms in a four person suite with shared bathroom, kitchen and common room. A limited number of double-occupancy rooms are available at a slightly reduced rate. Please contact Kathy Lindeman if you would like to share. Use of the campus recreational center is included during the length of the conference and you can obtain a parking pass at check in.
HOUSING RATES AND MEALS: The cost for lodging for the Seminar week (arriving on and checking out on ) is $500 per person. This includes breakfasts and lunches Monday through Friday in Stav Hall, a first-rate dining facility offering a wide variety of food, from chef-carved meats with home-style casseroles to creative vegan entrees to pan-Asian cuisine. Stav Hall also features two soups made in house daily, an extensive fruit and salad bar, and a selection of desserts..
Participants are “on their own” for dinners except for the Seminar Picnic on Monday and the dinner on Friday which is the final function and includes the awarding of certificates.
Meal packages for participants staying off campus are available @ $90 for five breakfasts and lunches, Monday-Friday, and may be reserved by contacting Kathy Lindeman.
CHECK IN/OUT: You may check in when you arrive on campus or at CABS registration. Special arrangements can be made for very early or late arrivals. You must check out by 10am on .
Charges for lost keys will be assessed at the rate of $25/key fee with a $50 change of lock charge. Replacement for lost or unreturned meal/access cards will be $15.
INTERNET: The College provides free Wi-Fi in all campus buildings including the dormitories.
ALCOHOL: The possession, distribution or consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited on the St. Olaf campus, on land owned by the college, and in student residence halls and houses. Minnesota law prohibits consumption of alcoholic beverages by persons under the age of 21.
DRUGS: St. Olaf prohibits the unlawful possession, distribution or use of illicit drugs and/or controlled substances on any property owned by the college or in any program or activity sponsored by the college in any location.
NO FIREARMS ARE ALLOWED ON CAMPUS.
Off Campus Housing
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott (1.4 miles from campus)
Country Inn & Suites by Radisson (1.7 miles from campus)