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[IC 2024] What are the housing accommodations like?

On-campus attendees at Indiana University are assigned to dorms in the McNutt and Briscoe buildings. Both dorms offer a variety of layout configurations, and will be assigned according to purchase of a single or double occupancy. Both buildings are air-conditioned and offer bathrooms and showers that are private, not the community style bathrooms common in many college dorms. Single rooms have a private twin bed sleeping space and double rooms have 2 twin beds. Singles are for adults only (coaches/chaperones).

Items Provided

Bedding linens and towels are provided for all. Indiana University will provide 2 sheets, a blanket, one pillow with pillowcase, and 2 towels for each participant. Those wishing to bring personal items may do so. Please do not bring expensive clothing, jewelry, sporting equipment, or electronics. All personal belongings are the responsibility of the owner.

Lost Access Card

If you lose your access card (room key), there is a $20 fee to replace it. If you need a replacement card while Zippy Mart is open, go there to pay and receive a paid notice to give to the front desk of your dorm for a replacement card. If Zippy Mart is not open, go directly to the front desk of your dorm and Future Problem Solving will send a bill to the coordinator of your registration after the conference.

Housing Check-Out

  • Access/Meal Plan cards are non-reusable. Please discard.
  • Gather linens (bedding and towels) into a pile and leave them in the rooms.
  • Take all trash and recycling out of your dorm and place it into the identified trash receptacle.
  • Please direct any other housing questions to your residence hall’s front desk.

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