Conference Services Office
Guest General Information
Welcome to The College of William and Mary summer conference programs! Whether this
will be your first experience for dormitory living or a return after many years
away, we hope to make this a pleasant experience. The information provided
below will help you prepare for your visit. Upon arrival, you will find
additional information about dining, emergency procedures, and medical services
in your room. Our conference center will also be open from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
daily during your stay and staff will be available to assist with questions. An
on-call assistant will also be available after hours to handle emergency calls.
Please feel free to visit our website (www.wm.edu/conferenceservices)
for additional information and directions to the various dorms and buildings on
Residence Hall Lodging
Rooms in the residence halls
typically include a twin-size bed (usually bunked), desk, chair, and dresser. Most
rooms are double occupancy and have shared hall restrooms. A few of the rooms
are suite-style, where two bedrooms share a bathroom. Remember since students
use these rooms, they remove all of their personal belongings when they depart.
As such, there are no kitchen utensils, television, or other personal amenities
or electronics provided in rooms. Telephones are provided in each room (when
requested by your group planner). Local calls are at no charge, while long
distance calls require calling or credit cards. Voicemail is not provided
unless the group planner has made arrangements for this service. Linens and
amenities are provided. You will receive: sheets, pillowcase, blanket, pillow
with slipcover, towels, washcloths, and an amenity packet.
Housekeepers are not permitted to enter occupied rooms or apartments.
Guests are requested to make their own beds and dispose of trash as needed in
the central receptacles provided on each floor or the dumpster located next to
the residence hall. Housekeeping will be provided in the common areas (hall
baths and common lounges) only.
All campus visitors must display a guest parking permit. Please obtain
a pass through your group planner prior to arrival on campus. Parking permits
are good for the duration of the program. Parking is permitted in resident and
day student lots only. Guests must follow the College?s parking regulations
and failure to do so may result in ticketing by the parking office.
The College of William and Mary facilities are smoke-free.
Theft / Security
The College is not responsible for lost or stolen belongings.
Guests are encouraged to leave valuable personal items at home. The conference center will hold all lost/found
items for 14-days. After this time, items will be discarded or donated to a
What to Bring
Following are suggestions that may make your stay
- Alarm Clock (wake-up calls are not provided)
- Clothes Hangers
- Personal Hygiene
Supplies (shower slippers, soap, shampoo, toothbrush, etc.)