Housing & Meal Plans (Optional)Granville Towers

Housing is available in campus dormitories at Granville Towers $140 for the week [Sun-Fri] + $15 for linen package…taxes included) for workshop participants who may require lodging during the workshop.  The dorms are close in proximity to the Kenan Music Building and the facilities include dining (see below for meal plan options), pool, workout facility, basketball court, free parking at Granville etc., as well as close access to restaurants on Franklin street.

All younger (i.e., ages 14-16) commuting workshop participants will need to be dropped off/picked up by a parent/guardian (signed in/out) each day before classes (beginning at 1pm) and after the activities (either after classes end at 5:30pm or after the evening concerts at 9pm).

Granville Towers website:  http://granvilletowers.com/

Meal Plans (providing 3 meals each day) are available at Granville Towers for $28 each day or $140 for the week (M-F).

Granville DiningWorkshop participants may also opt to dine in the restaurants located on Franklin Street, conveniently located 1 block from the Kenan Music Building.  There are dozens of tasty choices for food on Franklin – many of them very reasonably priced.  All middle school and/or high school aged workshop participants must remain with a camp counselor during meal time.  There is also a Walgreens located near the corner of Franklin and Columbia (also 1 block away).

Payment for Housing and/or Meal Plan:

Because Granville Towers does not coordinate housing arrangements on an individual basis for groups such as ours, payment will need to be made through the Department of Music below:


Workshop Counselors:

Three camp counselors will be on staff to oversee workshop participants aged 14-18 at Granville Towers during meals and in the evenings.  The counselors will also be available to assist younger workshop participants to and from their classes throughout the day.  We ask that participants 17 and younger check in with the workshop directors before and after each class for security measures and that they not go off campus alone.

All participants staying in the dormitories will be required to adhere to the 11pm curfew and to check in each night with the workshop counselors. Any workshop participant found engaging in disorderly conduct (e.g. fighting, vandalism, under-aged drinking, sneaking out, etc.) will be suspended from the workshop without a refund of workshop or housing fees.

Check-In:  Sunday, June 18 from 3:30-7pm
Check Out:  Friday, June 23 from 2:30-3:45pm