General Information

Full Week Rate (on campus):
The full-conference rate for the 2017 Southeastern Spiritual Conference includes two daily workshops (6 sessions total), evening programs, rap sessions and other extended programming, delicious cafeteria-style meals, and a comfortable private air-conditioned dormitory room on the beautiful Guilford College campus. SESC conferees will stay in South Apartments – each apartment has a living and dining area, a full kitchen (minus pots, pans, and kitchenware), two baths, and four private bedrooms. These apartments are nicer than your average college dorm room.  Please bring your own linens; if this is not possible, you can rent a linen packet (please mark this on the registration form).

Guilford College has one of the world's most beautiful campuses with some of the most amazing trees you'll ever meet. It's a fantastic location for a spiritual retreat.

More Info: A Day At the Conference

Off-Campus Registration (day students):
Greensboro and Triad area residents who would like to participate in any conference events, but do not need meals or lodging, may register as day students. We have registration rates to meet anyone's time or budgetary needs! Pre-registration is preferred, but "spur-of-the-moment" attendees may register during the conference at the SESC Information Desk in the Multipurpose Room behind South Apartments. 



South Apartments

Lectures:
All evening programs are open to the public and will be held in the Multipurpose Room behind South Apartments.  Admission fee is $10.00 per night. There will be no charge for the Saturday Healing Service.

Parking:
Day students or lecture attendees should park in the lot in front of South Apartments.

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Transportation:
Free transportation will be provided from the Greensboro airport upon pre-request. Information about this service will be in the confirmation letter that you will receive after you register.

Early Arrivals:
If your travel plans mandate your coming to Greensboro on Tuesday June 6, a limited number of dorms rooms will be available for an additional fee of $80 per person.

Art Center
A wide variety of items for your pleasure and purchase will be available from exciting artisans and crafts people. Books, music, jewelry, T-shirts and numerous other items will be available. The Art Center (Multipurpose Room behind South Apartments) is open to the public during the hours when workshops and lectures are not occurring. If you wish to be a vendor in the Art Center, please contact Yonnie Reynolds, (336) 299-8883; yonniejo@hotmail.com

Scholarships:
A limited number of work exchange scholarships are available for those needing financial assistance. Please submit your request in writing, before June 1, to Annie at heartofsesc@gmail.com


Campus Rules: It is the policy of Guilford College that NO PETS are allowed on campus. In addition, there is a NO SMOKING policy in the campus buildings.

Program Changes: Circumstances beyond the control of the conference committee may require changes in speakers, and changes or cancellations of workshops or other parts of the programming. We ask your understanding for any variations from the printed schedule.

Guilford College
Guilford College, in Greensboro NC, is located on 300 wooded acres in a neighborhood rich in history. Founded by Quakers in 1837, a section of the campus was the site of a major stop in the Underground Railroad. Wooded areas on the campus have been named to the National Register of Historic Places. Stately old trees and beautiful Georgian-style buildings highlight a quiet yet invigorating location for our conference. For those who enjoy the outdoors, there are several lovely nature trails that begin near the campus lake. The campus is easily accessible from Piedmont Triad Airport, Interstate 85 and Interstate 40 (exit 213 off I-40 will take you right to campus).


Directions to Guilford College are here.

Guilford College is not affiliated with and does not necessarily endorse the opinions, beliefs, statements and philosophies expressed by this conference or its individual participants.







 

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