Writers will live and dine in Ezra Stiles College during Summer 2017. Bedrooms are single occupancy but share a common living space and bathroom with writers of the same gender. Please bear in mind that even though it is a striking setting, it is a college dorm and not a hotel. You may opt to stay in a local hotel. All participants will enjoy breakfast, lunch and some dinners in the one of the College dining halls. The food features organic and locally sourced selections and a wide variety of choices at each meal.
For those writers staying in the dorm, you can arrive one day early or depart one day after the program is over. There is an additional charge per night. Meals are not included.
We will have an office in Stiles College staffed during normal business hours. If you have any questions or need help in any way during the conference, please stop in. A contact phone number will be available after your arrival.
For those writers staying in the residential college, we will have Yale Students as Residential Counselors. They are here to help you with any questions you have about dorm life or New Haven. The names and locations of your counselor will be available after your arrival. These students will also be giving tours of the dorm and classroom locations during registration.
Pin: Our writers have access to the entire Yale campus. This includes one of the world’s largest gymnasium as well as some of the country’s largest libraries. The Yale Art Gallery, including its recently renovated sculpture hall, was renowned architect Louis Khan’s first major commission; his last, the British Art Center, is directly across the street.