All participants may stay in university residence halls for the entire four-day competition. Because of limited space, we can accommodate room requests only for siblings.
Groups traveling great distances or those who do not wish to travel on Sunday may arrive as early as 5 p.m. on Saturday. There is an early arrival fee of $30 per person.
Those staying on campus should bring bedding for a twin bed (or sleeping bag), pillow, towels and toiletries.
Includes lodging and all meals
Includes lunch and dinner
|Standard band/orchestral instruments||$25|
|Limited number available. Request rentals in your registration.|
Groups of 5 or more males and/or females staying in the residence halls must have a sponsor stay in the residence hall with the group. These sponsors will receive complimentary lodging and meals.
For every sponsor that stays in the residence halls, groups will receive an additional 2 complimentary meal passes for use at every meal throughout the festival. Additional meals may be purchased at the entrance of the dining common.
Note: We cannot accommodate adults, other than sponsors, in the residence halls.
Registrations must be submitted by Oct. 14. Medical release forms must be signed in order for registration to be processed.
Payment (less a $25 processing fee) will be refunded only if cancellation is received in the Welcome Center office no later than Oct. 17. There is no refund for cancellations made after this date.
All participants should check in on Monday from 12–5 p.m. in the lobby of Rodeheaver Auditorium. Preaching Conference participants will meet at 6 p.m. in Levinson Hall in the Student Center. A required opening meeting for all participants and sponsors will be held at 6:45 p.m. in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium.
What to Wear
Women: Please wear knee length skirts or dresses while on campus during class hours or during performances. On-campus casual (jeans or pants) attire is appropriate after 5 p.m. and for scheduled recreational activities. Recreational attire (including tennis shoes) may be brought for activities in the Davis Field House. It is suggested that students should wear modest clothing that is not revealing in either fabric, cut or tightness.
Men: Please wear pants and shirts with collars while on campus during class hours. On-campus casual (jeans or pants) attire is appropriate after 5 p.m. and for scheduled recreational activities. Recreational attire of shorts and a T-shirt (including tennis shoes) may be brought for activities in the Davis Field House.
Have a question? Email the Welcome Center.