Summer Conference Programs Services

IU Conferences is the central point of contact for youth and adult conferences, camps and workshops seeking housing, meal plans and function space in IU Bloomington residence facilities during the summer months. Typically, facilities are available from the end of May through July 31st.

University policy requires that groups of young people under the age of 18 be supervised accordingly to strict regulations designed to assure the safety and protection of underage youth during their stay on campus. The policy is located at: http://policies.iu.edu/policies/categories/administration-operations/public-safety-institutional-assurance/PS-01.shtml.

Residence Hall Lodging

There are residential housing options available on campus during the summer months. All facilities are air-conditioned. Many facilities have been recently renovated. All have wireless internet access. Laundry facilities are located in each residence center.

  • Suite-style accommodations for single occupancy with shared restroom

    Suite-style rooms are furnished with bed, desk, chair, and a dresser. Single occupancy rooms are based on space availability and are reserved for adult guests.

    Suite-style residence rooms include the following amenities at no additional cost:

    • Linens, a blanket and pillow and towels
    • Shared restrooms by gender (one restroom for two bedrooms)
    • Lounges and public areas within building
    • Ethernet connection with IU computing account

  • Community-style accommodations for single and double occupancy with floor restrooms

    Community-style rooms are furnished with bunk beds with safety rails, desks, chairs and dressers. Rooms offer both single and double occupancy. Single occupancy rooms are based on space availability and are typically reserved for adult staff and guests.

    Community-style residence hall rooms include the following amenities at no additional cost:

    • Linens, blankets and pillows and towels are provided for adult groups. Linen is an additional charge with youth rates.
    • Community bathrooms per floor (by gender)
    • Lounges and public areas within building
    • Ethernet connection with IU computing account

    When staying at a campus Residence facility, consider bringing the following:

    • Alarm clock
    • Toiletries / tote
    • Robe and slippers
    • Cell phone
    • Bathing suit and towel
    • Comfortable walking shoes

    Meal Plans

    Indiana University has a variety of dining options including food courts, cafeteria style dining, campus cafes and convenience stores. Residential dining is capable of providing a broad range of services including banquets, picnics, boxed lunches or all-you-care-to-eat meals. Menus are planned with a wide variety of entrees, side dishes, salads, beverages and desserts. In addition, our staff is always ready to coordinate meals that meet specific dietary restrictions.

    Meeting Facilities

    Most residence centers include function spaces such as lounges, classrooms and recreation rooms. In some cases, open area auditorium space is available for meetings, sessions, dinners, social events such as dances and music performances. During the summer months these spaces provide an opportunity for groups to center many of their activities in and around their place of lodging.

For information on conference services, contact:
Mary C. Morgan, Client Development Manager
Indiana University Conferences
mcmorgan@indiana.edu | 812.855.6007
For registration & revenue collection services only, contact:
Ginger Scott, Registration Manager
Office of Conference & Registration Services
gscott@indiana.edu | 812.855.6922