The DMC has an assortment of seasonal and year round housing options that can accommodate a variety of visitors, from undergraduate and graduate students to workshop participants and researchers with families. Please contact our Events Coordinator for housing reservations: email@example.com. Prices can be found on our fees page.
Sorry, pets are not permitted in University housing.
Dorm Room, Conference Center
There are sixteen dorm rooms each of which can accommodate up to 4 students or 2 professionals. Each room has two sets of bunk beds, two wardrobes and two desks. Common shower/bathrooms for men and women are down the hall. Long term residents, BYO bedding and towels. We supply bedding and towels for overnight guests. There is ethernet and wireless internet access in the dorm rooms.
Dorm residents can use the common kitchen on the upper campus for meal preparation. The fully equipped kitchen includes stoves, oven, refrigerators and plenty of cupboard space, as well as a coffeemaker and microwave. There are also pots, pans, cooking utensils and dinnerware. The kitchen opens to a screened-in porch for outdoor dining.
Please note: there are no cooking facilities in the dorm. Microwaves and hot plates are not allowed in dorm rooms.
There are six small cabins on the upper campus. Each cabin sleeps two to four people and has a private bath with shower and a kitchenette. The kitchenettes include a small refrigerator, two-burner stovetop and sink, as well as a coffee maker, toaster and basic cookware and dinnerware. Bedding and towels provided. Available seasonally.
Wentworth Hall "Horse Barn" Apartment
This apartment is on the second floor of Wentworth Hall, Ira's old horse barn, so we often refer to it as the Horse Barn Apartment. There are two bedrooms, living room, bathroom and fully equipped, eat-in kitchen. The apartment sleeps six people. One bedroom has a queen size bed, the other has two sets of bunk beds. There is wireless internet access in the apartment.
Leeman Guest House
The Leeman Guest House is located at the entrance of the Darling Marine Center within easy walking distance of the upper campus. It sleeps six people in four bedrooms, has two full baths, a living area and a fully equipped kitchen.
The Willett House is located "off campus" on a quiet point of land about a mile from the upper campus. It has scenic river views, sleeps eleven people in five bedrooms, has 2-1/2 baths, a living area and fully equipped kitchen.