2013 ICCP450


Dormitory: Alder Hall

Check in at Terry Hall unless otherwise arranged.

 

CHECK-IN: Dorm guests will be housed in Alder Hall. You may check in after 2 p.m. on June 18 at the Terry Hall Conference Desk, unless otherwise arranged. If your arrival is after Conference Desk closing hours, advance arrangements should have been made with Conference Services. If the Terry Hall desk is closed when you arrive, please call the staff person on late night duty: 206-543-1000.

 

 

Dormitory Desk Hours
Terry Desk: open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If the Terry Hall desk is closed when you arrive, please call the staff person on late night duty: 206-543-1000.

 

ACCOMMODATIONS:  Conference guests will reside in double or single occupancy rooms, and all rooms are furnished with twin-size beds, bedding, towels, a small fan, soap and drinking cups.  Residence halls are not air conditioned. Hardwire Ethernet access is available in sleeping rooms for those who bring their computers (Ethernet cord required).  University of Washington wireless access is available in all public areas of campus and is also accessible in West Campus guest rooms. The required login and password are issued by the Conference Desk.  Microwaves, laundry facilities, television lounges and other gathering areas are conveniently located in each residence hall.  Guests may deposit funds into their conference card laundry account at the Conference Desk.  University of Washington residence halls are designed for adult usage, and facilities are not childproof. Adults are responsible for the supervision of their children at all times. Smoking anywhere at the University of Washington is prohibited including in residence hall sleeping rooms. A list of designated outdoor smoking areas is available from the Conference Desk. The University of Washington is a pedestrian campus, and the residence halls are within a ten- to fifteen-minute walk of most meeting facilities on campus. Residence halls are designed for adult usage, and facilities are not childproof.  Adults are responsible for the supervision of children at all times. Guests 21 years of age and older may consume alcohol only in the privacy of their own sleeping rooms or clusters with the door closed. Minors may not be present in the same sleeping room or cluster where alcohol is being consumed. With the exception of specifically designated outdoor areas, smoking on University property is prohibited, including in sleeping rooms. A list of designated outdoor smoking areas is available from the Conference Desk.

 

 

SUGGESTED THINGS TO BRING:  Guests are advised to bring an alarm clock, lounge wear (appropriate for common living areas), shower slippers, and an umbrella and/or raincoat.  Seattle weather is generally mild, with temperatures averaging 70-80 F.  Heat waves do occur periodically and campus buildings, including the residence halls, are not air-conditioned. Be prepared for cooler evenings and occasional rain showers.  For those who prefer to bring their own linens and towels, choose a color other than white--this will help identify personal items.  The University of Washington is a pedestrian campus; bring comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk.