On campus housing for Graduate Music Summer Term workshop and conference participants is available in Tavilla Hall. Rooms are air-conditioned, apartment style suites with private bedrooms and shared common bathroom, kitchenette and living area.
Double and single occupancy is available (same gender only). Linens are provided, but occupant is responsible for their own kitchen supplies such as cookware, plates and utensils.
Meal plan reservations are recommended for all guests who are staying in campus housing. Breakfast and dinner are served in Lane Student Center. For lunch, participants may submit their daily menu selections for boxed lunches using the navigation menu link on the left. Campus dining halls are not available during the lunch hour.
Meal plan rates are determined by the number of days in your designated graduate music summer term program.
Payment for housing and meal plan reservations is due upon arrival at registration in Phillips Music Center on the first day of your program. The College does not accept credit cards for payment of housing and meal reservations; please make checks payable to Gordon College.