Participants reside in Jones Hall or Hines Hall. Jones and Hines Halls offer premium rooms which are air-conditioned, double-occupancy, with private bathroom. Each room has a bed, desk, desk chair, dresser and closet area for each resident. In addition to a Resident Advisor (RA) on each floor, there is 24-hour emergency maintenance and desk operation in each hall. Each hall has a centralized fire alarm and smoke detectors in each room. All halls are ADA accessible and smoke free. There is one emergency telephone located on each floor. Linen packets are included in room rates, which come with a mattress pad, pillow with protector, sheet set, blanket, toiletries and drinking cup.
Rates for double occupancy: $165 for 4 nights
Rates for single occupancy: $200 for 4 nights
Participants may purchase meal cards for $120. This will enable participants to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner for the duration of the camp, Monday through Friday. The meal cards may be used on-campus in ISU’s Generations, an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant. The food choices are plentiful and quite excellent and will satisfy all dietary requirements. Meal cards need not be purchased to eat at Generations Restaurant – participants may pay-as-they-go with cash.
There are other food choices on-and off-campus. ISU has a food court with several fast-food options as well as a convenience store. Downtown Terre Haute is within about five minutes walking distance and has a variety of good restaurants and cafes to choose from.
Each residence hall has a small kitchenette on each floor or on the main level. There are no refrigerators. Coin operated washers and dryers are available.
Participants may visit ISU's award-winning Recreation Center for $6 per day. This state-of-the-art facility offers an indoor track and swimming pool, cardio and weight equipment and classes, basketball and soccer courts, and more.