On-Campus Lodging - Registration and Payment

Apartment-style dorms are available on campus, similar to the Ford Residential Complex. Each apartment is fully furnished and equipped with a kitchen, stove, dinette set, blinds, and refrigerator. Each unit has four separate locking bedrooms, and bathrooms are shared between two people. Each bedroom is furnished with a single bed. While a kitchen is available in each unit, it does not have utensils, dishes, or a microwave.

On-campus accommodations are very basic and participants must bring their own linens (pillows, sheets, blankets, and towels) and toiletries (soap, shampoo, toilet paper, etc.). Housekeeping services are not provided in individual guest rooms. Telephones are not provided in rooms and phone jacks are not active. All rooms are non-smoking.

Each residence facility offers internet and cable access, study rooms, community lounges, and full-service laundry. There is a fee for lost keys, and a $10 charge if guests get locked out (after hours)

Lodging is $60 per night plus a $10 fee for an ID card. Please complete the form below to reserve and pay for your dorm lodging.

Participant Information

(Please Note: Your email address is what we use to keep track of your registration information for the Rendezvous event. Be sure to use the same email address in all forms relating to your Rendezvous participation. This email will also be our primary means of communication with you.)

Tennessee State University housing has requested that we house participants of the same gender in each apartment unit.

Guests staying in the apartments will need to have an ID made for entry to the area. Each ID is $10 (included in the costs below) and the guest's photo can be sent to TSU ID services to have all the id cards made in advance, and to be available during conference registration or check in. Please upload a photo we can send to make your ID in advance.
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Reservation Info

Dorms are available beginning Saturday, July 13, through Saturday, July 20 for $60 per night. Check in time is any time between 8am and 8pm and check out time is 4:30pm.
Please indicate which nights you will need lodging for.

*Cancellation policy: Registration cancellations must be made in writing to Amy Collette (acollette @ carleton.edu). No refunds will be given after the cancellation deadline of June 15th, 2019.