Conference Partial Suites
Trinity offers inexpensive, clean, safe and comfortable partial suites in air-conditioned residence halls for groups and interns visiting the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
Our partial conference suites are available year round. Each partial suite offers a large private bathroom and is furnished with two or three beds (depending on room type), linen (sheets, pillow and pillowcase, blanket, bath towels, hand towels, washcloths, and soap), closet space, desk, window covering, and Wi-Fi throughout the building.
Coin-operated laundry facilities, pay phones, and campus telephones are located on campus for your convenience.
All common areas in the residence halls are cleaned on a daily basis.
Please See Below for All Housing Policies:
Trinity Washington University, hereby referred to as University, grants to Licensee a license to use the facilities under the terms and conditions of the Agreement. The parties mutually agree that nothing herein shall create a tenancy, that the license does not constitute a lease, that Landlord-Tenant laws will not apply, and that it does not create or transfer interest or a lien on real estate. Licensee waives any right to remain in the assigned space beyond the end of the license period or after termination for any reason.
Conference guests are prohibited from using the room for anything other than residential purposes and may not allow other persons to occupy said room or conduct any activity without the prior written consent of the University.
During timeframes in which dormitories are occupied by University residents (August – May), conference guests are prohibited from utilizing any facilities and/or entryways located within resident wings. Such locations include, but are not limited to, the main hallway, lounge, communal restrooms, and laundry facilities. Conference guests must use the rear entrance of Kerby Hall when entering and exiting the building.
Keys and Building Access
Conference guests are issued a key that permits access to their assigned room and building. Keys are given for a resident’s personal use and are not transferable. Conference guests are advised to always lock their doors at all times. For the safety and security of all Conference guests, students should not hold or prop any door open to allow non-Conference guests to enter.
Conference guests who lose or temporarily misplace their keys should immediately report the loss to the Conference Services at 202-884-9136 or the Department of Public Safety at 202-884-9111. If the originally issued key(s) is/are not located the key(s) will be considered permanently lost and a lock change will be authorized. After 3 consecutive lockouts, the resident will be charged $25 per lockout. There is a $50 fee for a lock change on a single room.
Appliances in Rooms
Depending on the type of housing accommodation, miniature microwaves and refrigerators may be provided. In all residential rooms personal appliances are not permitted.
Cleanliness, Damage Charges and Room Condition
Conference guests should be concerned with the safety and handling of University property, in individual rooms, shared spaces and common areas, and should do their best to ensure University property is not damaged or stolen and residential communities maintain clean, safe and sanitary conditions. Conference guests are expected to keep their assigned space reasonably neat and clean at all times and to correct issues pointed out by a University representative.
Conference guests are only permitted to use washers and dryers in designated laundry facilities.
Conference guests should report repair needs to the Conference Services at 202-884-9136. Be prepared to provide the specific location of the machine and the nature of the problem if known. The University is not responsible for the theft or destruction of personal items. Conference guests should not leave personal items unattended in the laundry rooms.
Each room is issued specific furniture items, including a bed, dresser, desk and desk chair, closet or wardrobe; some rooms may have additional furniture.
University issued furniture that is assigned to a resident’s room must remain in the room, regardless of other furniture a resident may add to the room. Broken or damaged furniture should be reported to Conferences Services at 202-884-9136 and should remain in the room until a staff member has either repaired or replaced the item.
All hallways must remain clear of all personal belongings and furniture. Personal items, including bikes, sports equipment, and other items may not be left in hallways, stairwells, and/or common areas. The storage of furniture and other items in hallways, common areas, and/or stairwells creates a safety hazard and may be considered a nuisance to other Conference guests.
Conference guests may not remove furniture from their rooms. A $25 fine will be billed to any resident who moves furniture from his/her room or moves lounge or study room furniture into his/her room. Conference guests will be billed the replacement value for pieces of furniture not present at check-out.
Conference guests are responsible for adherence to the following guidelines:
Items left after a resident vacates the halls or items improperly stored in common spaces will be deemed abandoned and may be collected and donated to charity. Conference guests may be charged for the removal of such property.
The University does not insure the personal property of any resident on or off campus. The University has no responsibility for any theft, damage, destruction, loss, etc., of any personal property, including but not limited to, money, valuables, or equipment belonging to or in the custody of the resident, whether caused by intentional or negligent act, failure to act, natural causes, fire, or other casualty. The University is not liable for the failure or interruption of utilities or for conditions resulting from failure or interruption of the same.
Maintenance and Custodial Requests
Please report maintenance and custodial concerns to the Conference Services at 202-884-9136. If the maintenance request is of urgent nature (ie. water overflowing, lack of heat, non-working faucets), the Department of Public Safety should be contacted at 202-884-9111.
A conference guest’s room is considered private, and representatives of the University will enter only after knocking on the door to:
All University maintenance, custodial services, power plant, and Conference Services staff are required to wear identification while working inside the residence halls. Similarly, all contractors are required to wear identification while working in or around a residence hall. Contractors must be escorted by a Trinity Washington University staff member when inside occupied residence hall rooms.
Storage space for personal possessions is not available in the residence halls. Personal belongings (including sporting equipment and bikes) should not be stored in common spaces such as lounges or hallways. Additionally, storage is not available on campus for excess residence hall furniture. Beds, desks, chairs, dressers, wardrobes, mattresses and other University items may not be removed from rooms, apartments, or suites. Conference guests will be charged the full replacement cost of furniture not in his/her room upon check-out.
Conference guests are expected to maintain their living space in a manner that does not cause damage to the building or that would require extensive maintenance, repair and/or housekeeping to restore the building to a standard that is appropriate for future Conference guests. In addition, certain activities are prohibited because they may be harmful to students or could cause damage to the building if used inappropriately.
The prohibited items and activities in this category include but are not limited to:
Kitchen appliances and tools are prohibited from residence hall rooms because the items pose a serious fire hazard and threat to the safety of all guests who live in the building. In addition, open flames or other items with exposed heating elements are not permitted in any residence hall room because of the potential fire hazard and threat to the safety of Conference guests.
The prohibited items in this category include but are not limited to:
Failure to evacuate during a fire alarm or emergency will result in a $25 fine and possible removal from campus housing facilities.
Certain items demand more energy, places a strain on available utilities, may be considered a fire hazard, and/or may cause additional damage or harm to a building and therefore cannot be used in a residence hall. In addition, Conference guests may not use devices that modify the utilities available to all occupants and provided by the University.
The prohibited items in this category include but are not limited to:
Certain activities are not permissible in the residential communities because of the damage they could cause to the building, the threat to health and safety that they present to individuals, and/or the danger inherent in the activities. Be mindful of the choices you are making and the activities you are engaging in. Match your actions with your intentions.
The prohibited activities in this category include but are not limited to:
Contact Conference Services at 202-884-9136 or email@example.com for more information.