For all costs, researchers and scholars should refer to our Standard Rates or, if paying expenses directly from a UW budget, our UW Budget Rates.
Visiting groups should refer to our section on Conferences and Field Trips for information on group costs. Students enrolled in FHL courses or research apprenticeships can find information under Courses – Costs.
Below is further explanation regarding some of the costs on our rate sheets.
24 Hour Cancellation Policy
One night’s stay will be billed to your payment method chosen if you do not notify FHL staff of cancellation by 3:00 pm the day before your arrival. Notifications can be sent by email to email@example.com or any FHL staff.
Housing charges include two flat sheets (fitted sheets are not available), a pillow with pillowcase, blanket and a towel per bed. A weekly linen exchange at a designated day, time and place is included.
Apartments, cottages, duplexes, and grad dorms have kitchens stocked with essential cooking and dining utensils; standard dorms and huts do not. Those staying in units without kitchens must subscribe to Full Meal Plans in the Dining Hall. Those staying in kitchen units may either sign up for Full Meal Plans or purchase Regular Meal Cards (see below) to use for occasional meals when desired. We’ll add charges for meal plans/cards to your housing bill.
Regular Meal Cards: To encourage people in kitchen units to participate at the Dining Hall, we issue Regular Meal Cards to those staying on campus for three or more days and not subscribing to the Full Meal Plan. For each professional researcher or scholar, we issue and charge for a card equivalent in value to two dinners per week. For each graduate student, we issue and charge for a card equivalent in value to one lunch per week. The cards may be used toward any food or beverage in the Dining Hall.
If you are not on a Full Meal Plan, be sure to sign up for meals 24 hours in advance, so kitchen staff can plan for extra meal(s). You may use your Regular Meal Card or a credit/debit card for payment in the Dining Hall.
Conference and field trip organizers should contact Laurie Spaulding (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange for meals ahead of time, and discuss menus and rates. Students enrolled in FHL classes or research apprenticeships can find their dining costs for the duration of their classes under Courses – Costs.
Facilities Use and Laboratory Fees
Researchers, Scholars, and Guests (see below) will be charged a Facilities Use Fee unless they are students or have a lab space (the charge for which covers the Facilities Use Fee).
During quiet periods on campus, we sometimes have extra housing units available to accommodate visitors who are not coming as Researchers or Scholars, but as guests of staff, researchers, scholars, or students at FHL. All such visitors will be charged the Guest rate and a Facilities Use Fee for their housing units.