Lodging

Some students originally assigned to Comstock Hall have been moved to Yudof Hall or Middlebrook Hall. Check this list to make sure you know where you’ll be staying.


Lodging deadline: June 22

STUDENTS

Only double rooms are available in Comstock Hall on campus. You will be sharing a room with one other person. Students from the same school and of the same gender will be assigned as roommates. Please email register@studentpress.org if you have specific roommate requests. Prices below are the TOTAL cost for your entire stay.

Because of higher registration numbers this year, some students have been placed in Yudof Hall or Middlebrook Hall. Check this list to see where you’ll be staying.

Double Room
Wed.-Sun. (4 nights) $120 per person
Wed.-Mon. (5 nights) $150 per person
Thurs.-Sun. (3 nights) $90 per person
Thurs.-Mon. (4 nights) $120 per person

Parking at the Comstock Hall lot is $40 with in/out privileges for your entire stay.

Staying on campus is not mandatory. If you choose to stay off campus or in a hotel nearby, the Green Line conveniently runs through the heart of campus and (with a transfer to the Blue Line) to the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport.


ADVISERS

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Single rooms are available in Yudof Hall on campus. You will be in a private room that shares a bathroom with one other person of the same gender. Please email register@studentpress.org if you have specific requests for with whom you’d like to share a bathroom. Prices below are the TOTAL cost for your entire stay.

Single Room
Wed.-Sun. (4 nights) $220
Wed.-Mon. (5 nights) $275
Thurs.-Sun. (3 nights) $165
Thurs.-Mon. (4 nights) $220

Parking in the East River Road Garage near Yudof Hall is $50 with in/out privileges for your entire stay.

Staying on campus is not mandatory. If you choose to stay off campus or in a hotel nearby, the Green Line conveniently runs through the heart of campus and (with a transfer to the Blue Line) to the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport.


What to Bring

  • personal care items, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, and lotion, etc.
  • small carrying case or plastic bucket to carry toiletries
  • flip flops for shower
  • clothes hangers
  • laundry bag and detergent (if you plan to do laundry)
  • alarm clock
  • Charging cords for your computer and phone

Do not need to bring towels or bedding:

  • Bed linens are exchanged weekly, if student needs new bed linens he/she will need to remove the existing bedding and bring to the Information Desk for exchange.
  • There will be a daily towel exchange at the Information Desk.

What NOT to bring:

  • Guns, ammunition or any other weapons or firecrackers
  • Electrical appliances or cooking appliances
  • Multiple outlet (octopus) power strips
  • Candles and candle warmers, incense, hookahs or any other materials that has the potential for an open flame