- Off-Campus Housing, Childcare & Camps
- Campus Housing and / or Meals Order Form
- Directions & General Information
- Financial Aid
For enrolled Antioch University Waldorf Teacher Training students only!
THE FIRST YEAR ENTERING STUDENTS
are eligible for placement in on campus dormitories and are encouraged, if interested, to sign up here upon enrollment. (High School Program students please select the 4-week option)
THE SECOND AND THIRD YEAR RETURNING STUDENTS
are not guaranteed placement in the dorms and typically stay off-campus in private homes our community offers for rent. The Housing Options list is compiled and updated annually and then e-mailed to all returning students by the beginning of February, or it is available upon request from email@example.com or by calling 603-654-2566.
Although returning students may request to be put on a Wait List for a dorm room, it is advised that they make a serious effort to find off-campus housing first, as soon as the Housing Options list is published. Those on the Wait List are requested to inquire again no sooner than June 15th whether or not there will be an opening.
If you will not have a car, some community homes offered are within walking distance. Call early! We kindly request that those with cars take the housing offered further from campus. Thank you for being considerate!
In addition there are on-line hosting sites of people offering space in their homes.
At first glance these sites might seem expensive, but negotiating a lower price for a longer stay worked for at least one student!
This student went on to the Airbnb site and found a host in Wilton, then negotiated with that host for a lower per day price that includes room & breakfast, a small fee for dinners and access to the refrigerator for keeping luncheon foods. The whole package came out to be less expensive than on campus housing and meals.
Here is a list of on-line hosting sites:
(PLEASE NOTE: The Center for Anthroposophy takes no responsibility for off-campus housing.)
ABOUT THE DORMS
- 3 weeks single – $540.00
- 3 weeks shared – $390.00
- 4 weeks single – $720.00
- 4 weeks shared – $520.00
There will be a room assignment list posted in the lobby of the Main Building as well as in the CfA campus office in the Science Building. Please check-in with the CfA office before going to your dorm room.
Arrival times: Four-week students may move into the dorms on June 28th anytime after 11:00am and three-week students on July 5th anytime after 11:00am.
Departure: On the morning of Saturday, the 25th of July please strip your bed linens and leave them in the pillow case in the hallway by your door. It is a good idea to have your belongings packed and be ready for departure after the graduation lunch.
Late departures: Should you need to stay an extra night, you must let the CfA Campus Office (not High Mowing staff) know no later than Friday, July 17 and pay $50. You also need to post a note on your door letting the cleaning staff know that you are staying an extra night. The room must be vacated no later than 8:00am on Sunday, July 26th.
We have two dorm buildings labeled “BOY’S DORM” and “GIRL’S DORM”. Refer to the Campus map to see where they are located. During the summer, adult students are not separated by gender and you may find yourself in either building. There will be room assignment lists and room location maps posted in the front entryway of each dorm. Please DO NOT SWITCH rooms, the work of assigning rooms is very complex and any change will have a “domino effect” causing enormous confusion and extensive paperwork. Please let us know of any personal constraints well before arriving on campus. For instance, if you are unable to climb stairs easily, we will make sure that you are assigned a room on the first floor.
The dorms have 2 bathrooms on each floor. Each room has at least one window, a bed, and desk with chair, a dresser & closet for each occupant. There is one overhead light, but no desk or reading lamps. Each bed has a pillow, sheets (mixed blend) & one blanket. One bath towel per person is provided (not to be used at the pool).
Each Dorm Building has a small kitchen with electric tea kettle, microwave oven and a household size refrigerator. When using the fridge please mark your food with your name and be sure to clean out everything upon departure.
There are coin-operated washing machines and dryers in each dorm building. Please bring a supply of quarters.
(By order of the Fire Marshall None of the dorms or dorm rooms can be locked. Please keep this in mind when deciding what to bring with you.)
We look forward to your arrival!
Meals are served Monday through Friday with the exception of the Renewal week opening Sunday and the Teacher Training convocation Sunday when dinners are served, and of Graduation Saturday when breakfast and a festive lunch is served.
- Breakfasts are a full buffet of diner style selections
- Snacks are baked goods, fruit, juices, coffee, tea
- Lunches typically feature soup, bread, several choices of main courses, salad bar & frequent dessert
- Dinners are lighter meals, soups & salads.
Our kitchen staff uses mostly organic and/or bio-dynamic produce and will accommodate various diets upon request. You may contact them at 603 654-9408 ext. 114 or firstname.lastname@example.org with specific diet questions. Vegetarian option is always available. ALL MEAL PLANS MUST BE ORDERED AND PREPAID BEFORE ARRIVING ON CAMPUS
When ordering your meals you will be able to select any or all options in either 3 or 4-week plan:
- 21 Breakfasts $199.50
- 20 Mid-Morning Snacks $70
- 21 Lunches $357
- 22 Dinners $286
- All meals $912.50
You may now book your room and order your meals here.
Though not encouraged, single meals may be purchased over the counter at higher rates: Breakfast $11.00, Snack $4.50, Lunch $17.50, Dinner $13.50.
GRADUATION LUNCH FOR VISITING FAMILY & FRIENDS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE NO LATER THAN JULY 22 FROM HIGH MOWING KITCHEN