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Camp Rates
2014 Summer Rates

Daily Room Rates
(All Rates Are Per Person and Do Not Include Linen)

Thomas Jefferson Hall
Group Size
Double Occupancy
Single Occupancy
1-75
$15.25
$23.25
76-150
$14.50
$22.50
151+
$14.00
$21.50


Residential College
Group Size
Double Suite
Double Deluxe Suite
Single Suite
1-75
$25.25
$32.00
$40.50
76+
$24.00
$29.00
$34.50

  



Weekly Room/Board Rates
(per person; groups staying 7 or more nights)
Room Type
Residential College
Thomas Jefferson
Double
$260.00
$230.00
Double Deluxe
$310.00
 
Single
$395.00
 $285.00

Residential College:
  • Includes linen and towel service

NOTE: All the above room rates only apply to camp/conference groups housed in either in the Thomas Jefferson Complex or the Residential College who are taking board meals or catered meals through the University’s Food Services.

Meal Rates
(All Rates Are Per Person)

Daily Meal Rates
Group Size
Residential Buffet
1-75
$21.75
76-150
$21.25
151+
$20.75

 

Meal selections above are for the duration of the camp/conference. Box lunches or catered meals may be substituted for an additional charge.

 

Partial Day Meal Rates
Meal
Residential Buffet Only
Breakfast
$5.25
Lunch
$8.00
Brunch
$10.50
Dinner $10.50

 

Linen and Towel Service

Per Person
$5.00
Per Exchange
$3.00
Extra Towel (each)
$1.50

 

Note: Above room and board rates only apply to camp/conference groups housed in either Thomas Jefferson or the Residential College and taking board meals or catered meals through the University's Food Services.  Unless otherwise noted, all Residential Buffet meals are all you care to eat.

 

Additional Rates: Additional types of rates may be available by request.  Please contact the Residential Life Office through the information listed below if the rates on this page do not fit your needs.

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