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For Lodging you have a number of options:


On campus housing:

College East Apartments:

(booked on your registration form)

These are 2 bedroom apartments with a full kitchen.  There are 3 beds in one bedroom and 2 beds in the other.  The apartments are not air conditioned but they are on campus and allow for the most independence for meals, etc.   If you stay here all the facilities are within walking distance.


Note:  apartments are on first come first serve basis.   There must be a minimum of 4 students per apartment or rate will change.  Please book early.

Haworth Hotel (booked by you)

Also on campus, and 3 blocks from the studio, Haworth Hotel is a luxury hotel that is an option for those who don't want to stay in the residence halls.  The rooms are also great for families.   The average cost is approximately $150/night.  A special rate is available for 10 or more rooms.  You can call the hotel directly to book. 

For info about the hotel go the the Hope College website:

Info on Haworth at Hope College Site


Haworth Hotel Website

City Flats Hotel - Hilton (booked by you)

This hotel is one block from campus and downtown.  It's also a luxury hotel with an industrial theme.  Rooms run in the $175 - $200 range.  Book early.

Address: 61 E 7th Street

Off campus housing  (booked by you)

Please visit airbnb for a listing of summer housing in Holland, MI.  There are a number of listing agents you can be in touch with.  Beware though, Holland, MI is a premium Michigan destination in the summer and so off campus housing is not cheap!

Goshorn Lake Resort (booked by you)

This is an option suggested by a past participant.  It is cabins by a lake in Saugatuck, which is about a 20 minute car ride from the campus.  It's a beautiful summer resort town.  These are cabins that sleep 5 - 7 people and are great for families.  You would need a car to stay here.  They can also be found on the airbnb website.



For Meals:


Hope College Cafeteria: (booked on your registration form)

This year we will be offering a lunch plan in the Phelps cafeteria that is an add on to your registration.

Downtown Holland: (a la carte)

The campus is literally a block from downtown Holland where there are a number of deli's, restaurants and bars.  Also close is Saugatuck, a great little town on Lake Michigan with a wonderful downtown strip and loads of restaurants.  Grand Rapids is a 40 minute drive and it has loads of choices as well.  You are welcome to eat off campus for all or as many of your meals as you'd like.




Session 2 with Max Pollak is coming up soon!


Community Offerings Include:

Exclusive Tap Love Tour Podcast

Conversation Series

June 17-28 (virtual)

Footage Nights

June 18, 20, 25, 27


June 22

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