The Arbitration Summer Session does not provide housing for Summer
A block of rooms at American University’s Centennial Hall have been reserved for participants attending the International Arbitration Summer Program. Single and double accommodations in the residence halls are available. The residence halls feature 24-hour complex desk operations, air conditioning, wireless internet access, parking, twin size beds, all linens, and semi-private bathrooms. American University is conveniently located less than a mile away from the Tenleytown-AU metro stop and the University offers a free shuttle from main campus to the metro and to WCL throughout the day.
Each individual guest must make a reservation.
Front Desk:The main front desk for all of South Side (Anderson, Centennial and Letts Halls) will be the Anderson Front Desk. The Anderson Front Desk will be open 24 hours a day should a guest lose their keys or need assistance in an emergency.
Kitchen: There is a community kitchen on each floor of the residence hall; however, there are no cooking supplies or dishes.
Phones: There are no phones for guests to use in the residence hall. They can purchase pay-as-you-go phones from area retailers.
Linens: Each guest will be provided with 2 sheets, a blanket, and a towel. The linens can be changed once a week upon request from the program coordinator.
Directions: You can take a taxi or a cheaper alternative is the Super Shuttle shared van service. When you arrive at the Airport, follow the signs to ground transportation and look for the blue and yellow Super Shuttle reservations desk. Give them the address below.
American University - Centennial Residence Hall
How to apply:
To apply for on campus housing at American University, please
Sign up and complete the form available here
On the form, participants must select "Conference Guest Online Registration" and then "International Arbitration"
FULL payment is due in advance and must be paid through the registration page.
Rooms will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Contact Housing & Dining Programs by phone at (202) 885-3370 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding accommodations.
Once you submit the application, you should receive a confirmation email. Room assignments will be finalized in early May and you will receive a bill via email with instructions on payment options.