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Conference and Guest Services offers many amenities for your conference/camp guests to enjoy during their visit to Virginia Tech.
Linens are provided to all guests staying at Virginia Tech at the request of the conference/camp sponsor. Each guest will receive two sheets (flat and fitted), pillow, pillowcase, two towels, washcloth, and a blanket if staying in an air-conditioned room. If linens are requested they will be placed in the room before the guest arrives. For groups staying longer than one week, each guest can exchange their linens for fresh linens each Friday at our Hospitality Desk.
Guests can have mail delivered while they are staying on campus throughout the summer. All mail will be delivered to our Hospitality Desk and guests will be able to pick it up there 24/7.
Note: Beginning with Fall 2015, residence hall rooms no longer have telephones included. Blue box phones have been added to each residence hall floor to be used in the event of an emergency to contact the Virginia Tech Police Department dispatcher.
Each room has one live Ethernet ports for guest use, each guest must provide their own Ethernet cord. A limited number of ethernet hubs are available for guests who need more than one wired connection in a room. Rooms also have live cable that guests can utilize. Televisions and cords are not provided, guests must bring those if they wish to have a television in the room. All buildings have at least one television in a lounge that can be used by guests.
Wireless internet accounts are also available on campus in many of the residence hall lounges and all of the academic buildings. Guests must sign up for this service and there is a charge per day for this, which will be billed to the group.
All exterior doors are locked 24 hours a day and each guest will need a card to gain access to the building. Virginia Tech also has a certified police department to serve the university community.