Lodging – Collegeville Institute

The Collegeville Institute was designed by the world-class architect, Marcel Breuer, and consists of a lakeside cluster of ten apartments and an administrative center. The apartments vary in size from one to three bedrooms and are assigned according to family needs. The apartments are attractive, cozy, easy to maintain, and fully furnished (towels and linens are provided, each kitchen has a complete sets of dishes, flatware, and cooking utensils). Central heating and air conditioning keep the apartments comfortable and each apartment has a brick fireplace. Each apartment includes access to wireless Internet.

A community kitchen, lounge, library, chapel, and laundry are provided.

Apartment cleaning and maintenance

The cleaning of the apartments is the responsibility of the Collegeville Institute residents. Mechanical maintenance and repairs are the responsibility of the Collegeville Institute.

Gallery image 1 Apartment #1- Three Bedroom, Two Bath, Kitchen, Fireplace, Carport Apartment #1 Rear - Carport and Entrance Apartment #1 - Entrance Apartment #1 - Living Room, Table, Fireplace, Deck Apartment #1 - Fireplace; Wood Provided By Institute Apartment #1 - Table, Kitchen Apartment #1 - Study Apartment #1 - Kitchen Apartment #1 - Master Bedroom Apartment #1 - Master Bedroom with Desk and Bath Apartment #1 - Second Bedroom Apartment #1 - Third Bedroom Apartment #1 - Main Bathroom View of Collegeville Institute Grounds; Note Main Office and Cluster of Apartments (Facing Lake) Collegeville Institute - Main Office; Fireplace, Lounge, Library Collegeville Institute - Main Office; Lounge with Lake View Collegeville Institute - Main Office; Community Kitchen and Laundry
College of Saint Benedict
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Chair, Art Department

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Department Coordinator