Questions/Problems
If there are any questions not answered on this website or in the brochure, or problems are encountered prior to registration, you can contact Jay Price at
James.Price@wsscwater.com, or Rachel Ellis at info@wwoShortCourses.org.  If you have any questions/problems during the week, visit the Short Courses Headquarter in Room #108 of Daly Hall from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m

Overnight Room Accommodations

Overnight accommodations will be available at a cost of $50.00 per person per night. This fee includes an air-conditioned room, and is automatically included with the "Full Week-Complete Package" registration selection.  The rooms will be available from 4:00 p.m. Sunday, June 5th and must be vacated by 8 a.m. on Friday, June 10th.  A refundable $10.00 cash key deposit will be collected at the time of registration.  However, students will be billed $35.00 for lost keys. Room and board costs include the standard cafeteria meals (breakfast and dinner) served in Hodson Hall.  Lunch is included in the registration cost for all attendees.

IMPORTANT: NO LINENS WILL BE PROVIDED. The beds are Twin-XL (extra-long). 

All bedrooms are private however you will be sharing an apartment with other attendees.   We will make every effort to help you stay with someone you know, but there are no guarantees.   If you would like to share an apartment with other attendee(s), you can pay his/her key deposit at time of check-in, and they will receive their key upon completion of their check-in.   Please coordinate with that person(s) so they are aware that you have already reserved a room for them.  If you chose not to reserve their room(s), you will be paired up with other attendees on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Should you prefer to stay off campus, there are several motels nearby. Reservations must be made by you with the motel.  If you wish to eat breakfast and/or dinner on campus, you must purchase a meal plan during registration.  

GENERAL INFORMATION

NOTICE: UPDATE April 29, 2022:  Washington College is now in a mask optional mode, and Kent County is still in a low level of transmission.  We are suggesting that attendees wear a mask based on your personal preference, informed by your personal level of risk.


Please check our website frequently as

Covid restrictions are subject to change!