Most of the Seminar participants will live in St. Luke’s Hall, a newly renovated and air-conditioned residence hall located in the heart of the campus within easy walking distance of the Sewanee Inn, our seminar headquarters. A few choose to stay at the Sewanee Inn
(855.494.4466), or to stay elsewhere in the area. Meals, with the exception of our farewell dinner, will be at the University Dining Commons, McClurg Hall. The coffee house, named after Ted Stirling, the founder of the Sewanee Summer Seminar, is on the opposite side of the Bishop’s Commons.