Tomson Hall / Dormitory – Your “home away from home”
This turn-of-the-century landmark building is as handsome and sturdy as the day it was built, with hand-hewn, exposed timber construction, hemlock sheeting exterior and weathered barn lumber interior.
The sleeping area has twin beds with privacy curtains and an air-conditioning unit. For the cooler months of the season there is electric baseboard heat. There is a kitchen-dining area, sitting area, and two bathrooms with a total of 3 showers, 3 toilets and 4 wash basins. (Dormitory housing is for women only.)
What is furnished: Twin beds with mattress pads and privacy curtains. Complete kitchen facilities with electric stove, microwave oven, two refrigerators, coffeemaker, toaster, cookware, dishes and utensils.
What to bring: Sleeping bag or sheets and blanket, pillow; towel and washcloth; flashlight; the usual items for dormitory living. Students are responsible for their own food needs. (There are also a number of restaurants and a grocery store on the Island.)
Housing Fees (Include sales and room tax).
To be paid in full at time of registration or one month before class:
2-Day – $130
3-Day – $195
4-Day – $260
5-Day – $325
7-Day – $455
The use of these facilities is reserved solely for students registered for the Dormitory. Space is limited, so we suggest you make your reservation early. Housing is available only for the duration of the class; no early arrivals or late departures.
(No tent or vehicle camping on the premises.)
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