Summer Camps/Conference Information
California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) is the ideal location to hold your next Summer overnight camp or conference. CSUSB’s beautifully landscaped campus is nestled against the San Bernardino Mountains allowing guests to enjoy nature at its best while in a learning environment. Our campus is the perfect setting to hold overnight camps or conferences for youth, college-aged students, and/or adults.
For more information, please submit a Summer 2024 Conference Request Form and email to email@example.com.
The Department of Housing and Residential Education (DHRE) is able to provide overnight accommodations in our Villages: Coyote Village is our traditional residence hall; Arrowhead Village and University Village provide apartment-style housing. Guest accommodations are offered during the Summer and space is based on availability. We are only able to accommodate groups until August 1, 2024 as we need to prepare the Villages for Fall 2024 student housing move-in.
During your stay on campus, the DHRE custodial staff will maintain all public areas in the Village communities, but guests are responsible for the cleanliness of the residence hall room or apartment-style bedrooms and bathrooms. Groups may bring their own bed and bath linen or linen service may be requested for additional fees based on our vendor(s). A typical linen package may include: (1) twin flat sheet, (1) twin fitted sheet, (1) pillowcase, (1) bath towel, (1) washcloth, and (1) blanket.
There are laundry rooms located throughout the Village communities. Laundry machines operate by smartphone using the PayRange app (available through the App Store or Google Play Center). Cost for a wash is $1.00 and $0.75 for a dryer cycle.
Dining and Catering
Coyote Commons offers all-you-care-to-eat dining or catering options to groups during their stay. For more information on group meal plans and hours of operation, please visit Yotie Eats, call (909) 537-5935 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visitor Parking Information. Parking permits are not included in overnight stays, but can be purchased at any Information Center or parking dispenser on campus, or from the Parking and Transportation Services office located in University Hall.
In addition to a license agreement between DHRE and the organization, a $1,000,000/Occurrence, and $2,000,000/Aggregate with General Liability Additional Insured Endorsement is required. CSUSB Risk Management also has specific requirements for groups that have minors in attendance. When holding a conference at CSUSB, there are certain policies/regulations needed when utilizing our overnight accommodations.