July 29-August 2, 2018 (concluding at 11:30 a.m.)
Registration for 2018 Northeast will be live in January, 2018.
- Lodging Information
- Transportation to Villanova
- Schedule of Activities
- Class Handouts (Accessible through the attendee service center two weeks prior to site and one month post site)
- Update Personal Information (Through Attendee Service Center)
- Change Electives (Through Attendee Service Center)
- Request Transcript (or 202-463-5570)
- Local information about Villanova
Where to Stay:
The West Campus Guest Apartments at Villanova University
Maximize your networking at Northeast Institute by taking advantage of the accommodations at the West Campus Guest Apartments! The apartments are a 10-minute walk to classes in Bartley Hall. The air-conditioned apartments have 2 or 4 bedrooms (including 2 sinks and water closets) and are completely furnished with a living room, dining room, and kitchen (utensils are not included). Towels and bedding are provided, however there is no daily housekeeping. Apartment living includes the following complimentary amenities: parking, access to the campus fitness center (limited hours) and access to the library. There is free high-speed wireless Internet service, so bring your laptop and stay in touch. Campus apartments even have cable access, so feel free to bring your TV.
Curious to see what the West Campus Guest Apartments look like? Click here.
“Staying on campus was the perfect option for my Institute experience: it was close to our class buildings and public transit; was comfortable and convenient; and perhaps most importantly, allowed for me to meet and spend genuine time with my peers, both from my class and others. The greatest benefit I’ve found in Institute is the opportunity to build a network of experts who are grappling with the same challenges and opportunities I am -resources I can turn to in my future endeavors. Living on campus ensured that I was able to maximize that benefit and come away each year with new peers and great friends. It’ll certainly be my choice for my final two years at Institute.”
-Nick Doctor, IOM
Chief of Community Development & Policy
City of Tulsa (OK)
Rates (per person, per night):
Single occupancy in an entire apartment is $99.00 per night. A two-bdrm apt with 1.5 or 2 baths, single occupancy in each bedroom, is $69.00 per person, per night. There is an additional 9% tax (state and local occupancy taxes) on all housing accommodations, regardless of tax exemption status.
For Reservations: Please visit this website for details and to register and pay for housing online.
Cutoff Date: Friday, July 13, 2018
Check-In: 2:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 30, 2017 on West Campus (Saturday check-in, 2:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., is available with advance reservation only at the Conference Service Desk in Galberry Hall, near Villanova Stadium).
Checkout: For guests checking out on Thursday, August 3, 2017, apartments need to be vacated by 1:30 p.m. (no formal check-out needed). For guests who made an advance reservation to stay until Friday, August 4, 2017, apartments needed to be vacated by 11:00 a.m. on Friday.
The Radnor Hotel
The Radnor Hotel, located just 1 mile from Villanova University, provides standard business amenities. Free parking is available at the hotel and shuttle service will be provided between the hotel and Villanova University.
Single or Double Occupancy: $155.00
Hotel room rates are subject to applicable state and local taxes in effect at time of check-in.
For Reservations: Contact the Reservations Office at 610-688-5800 or 1-800-537-3000 and mention the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Northeast Institute program to receive the group rate.
Cut-off Date: June 28, 2018
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 12 noon
Getting to Villanova:
Philadelphia International Airport is a short 25-minute drive to Villanova via I-95S to I-476N. Taxi service and airport shuttles are available for about $60. The best ground transportation value from the airport to the University is to take the SEPTA R1 regional rail line from the airport to Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station and transfer to the R5 line on to the Villanova station, located on campus next to the West Campus apartments.
Take AMTRAK to the 30th Street Station in Philadelphia. Ask an attendant in the station to direct you to the SEPTA regional rail platform where you will take the R5 train to the Villanova Station, located on campus next to the West Campus Apartments.
New York, New York: 104 miles
Washington, DC: 136 miles
Hartford, Connecticut: 221 miles
Boston, Massachusetts: 318 miles
Local Information about Villanova:
- Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board
- Main Line Chamber of Commerce
- Villanova University Campus Map
- Villanova University
Please note: Participants must attend all classes to receive full credit toward their IOM. Please be sure that your flight arrangements provide adequate time for you to complete classes through Thursday at 11:30 a.m., as well as accommodate travel to the airport.