What are my options for lodging? (Staying and sleeping overnight)

At the In-Person Annual Conference, many conference attendees take advantage of the available University dorm rooms. Rooms are assigned and keys are distributed during on-site registration. Rooms are normally segregated by gender (except for married couples/families) and most attendees share a room with another attendee. Dorm rooms will first be available on the evening of Wednesday, July 19th, and the last checkout (keys returned and room cleaned) will be Sunday, July 23rd, before 11 am.  Make sure not to lose your keys as you will be charged to replace them.

These are empty dorm rooms so plan on bringing bedding/pillow (plus your toiletries, towels, and medicine). For those flying in, contact us in advance if this is an issue.  See more details in the “What should I bring with me to the CGDC?” section.

At APU, we’ll be in Engstrom Hall. Their dorms are arranged suite-style. Each suite has two rooms that share a bathroom/shower. Each room has two twin beds, two desks, two chairs, a closet, and a sink. Each twin mattress is a twin XL, 36″ x 80″.

For those that decide not to utilize the dorms, there are a number of nearby hotel options. But bear in mind that you will be missing out on more fellowship opportunities.

A reminder that anyone under 18 years of age needs to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. APU does not charge a housing fee for children under 12 years old (11 and younger).

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  1. So for the 2022 conference, Is there a way to register kids 12 and younger? the FAQ mentions a discount to the conference for family and that Azusa Pacific doesn’t charge for kids 11 and younger for the dorms.
    So how would I proceed to register for the conference and for a dorm for me and my son?