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Staying on Campus

The University of Richmond is comprised of 14 residence halls and the University Forest Apartments. Some residence halls feature traditional floor plans, while others are suite style. All residence halls are air-conditioned. At this time, three residence halls have an elevator and five residence halls are suite style. 

Rooms in the University's residence halls typically include a twin-size bed (usually bunked), dresser, desk, desk chair, desk hutch, or bookcase. Most rooms are double occupancy and have shared hall bathrooms. A limited number of single-occupancy rooms are available. Some rooms are suite-style, where two bedrooms share a bathroom. No kitchen utensils, televisions, or other personal amenities or electronics are provided. (One complimentary phone is provided for the conference director). 

Linens and amenities are only provided if elected by the group planner. If elected, you will receive a mattress pad, sheets, pillowcase, pillow with slipcover, towels, a bath mat, and washcloths. (Blankets are available for $4 more). All residence-halls are smoke-free and air-conditioned. 

Rates

Please call for rates. Blankets can be ordered for an additional cost.

Speaker/Conference Director Housing

Comfortable overnight accommodations are available at the Jepson Alumni Center.  The five guest room range from $95-$115 per night. Sales tax will apply.

Maintenance

Notify your conference director of any maintenance needs.

What to Bring

  • Alarm clock (wake-up calls are not provided)
  • Clothes hangers
  • Personal hygiene supplies (shower slippers, soap, shampoo, toothbrush, etc.)
  • Pillows, sheets, blankets, towels, etc. (If your group has not ordered linen service.)