Each residence hall serves as a jumping off point for an unforgettable summer experience. All residence halls are air-conditioned and rooms have twin beds, bed linens, pillows, small refrigerators, and connections for cable TV and high-speed wireless internet service. Most buildings offer accessibility options and listed capacities are estimates. With unbeatable locations, storied histories, and immaculate amenities, you cannot go wrong.
"Let me thank you for the fabulous facilities and professional staff. I've run workshops all over the country for the past 15 years, and the UW-Madison venue ranks at the top. You run a great ship!"Barbara, Dept. of Geosciences, Hamilton College, New York
American with Disabilities Act Accommodations
When planning a summer conference or program, ask about eligibility and possible services for special needs for enrolled students with the McBurney Disability Resource Center or by calling 608-263-2741 or 608-263-6393 (TTY/TDD).
The conference/program planner should submit to the Division of University Housing in writing the special summer residence hall and dining accommodations needed by March 1.