Logistics

Hiram College Lodging for Generating NANAS Retreat

Retreat participants will be accommodated in the College’s newest residence hall, East Hall.  East Hall opened in 2008 and features 3-bedroom and 4-bedroom suites that have two bathrooms and a central living room, all air-conditioned.  Each suite’s common area has a microwave, sink, refrigerator and cable internet connection.  Wi-fi will be available in the residence hall and across campus. Hiram College will provide each lodger with a linen packet containing a fitted sheet, flat sheet, pillow case, blanket, pillow, 2 bath towels, and a wash cloth.  There may be limited rooms available at The Hiram Inn (http://hiraminn.thehiramcollege.net/).  These rooms will cost more and will be available first come, first served.

For attendees who are not “Generate” grant participants:

Hiram’s Center for Literature and Medicine will subsidize costs as much as possible; the specific amount of the subsidy will depend on how many attendees are in this category.  Participants’ basic expenses:

  • $45/night for East Hall lodging; $85/night for Hiram Inn lodging (as available)
  • $24 for opening reception
  • $46 per day for all meals and snacks, July 26th and 27th
  • $6 for breakfast , July 28th

Total:  $255 per person for East Hall lodging; $375 for Hiram Inn lodging

For “Generate” grant participants:

Hiram’s Center for Literature and Medicine will cover all of the meals listed in the schedule and up to 3 nights of lodging East Hall.  “Generate” participants may reserve the available rooms at the Hiram Inn at the cost of $40 per night. 

 

All participants need to make and pay for their own travel arrangements to and from Hiram College. 

Hiram College is located in the village of Hiram in Northeast Ohio and is less than an hour's drive from Cleveland, Akron, and Youngstown.  If you are flying, the closest airports are Akron-Canton Regional Airport (CAK) and Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (CLE). These airports are both approximately 45 minutes away from the campus.  Shuttle services are available through both CAK and CLE, but shuttle costs tend to run $90 each way.  We recommend that participants try to coordinate with one another to rent a car, and/or we may be able to provide limited group shuttles.  We will be happy to facilitate this communication among registered participants.

Further details about the retreat, travel, accommodations, etc., will be provided to all registrants.

Registration Application:  Registration Deadline:  April 30, 2013

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