TTU Center at Junction Facilities
The facilities at TTU Center at Junction include ten classrooms which share space with many of the housing units; a state of the art laboratory; a large lecture/dining hall; an academic building with a 13-station Mac Lab and classrooms; and art facilities for ceramics and glassblowing; 2 Distance Learning labs; an administration building with a 12 station PC lab, library, gift shop, pool and staff offices.
Study Units are lodge style rooms consisting of bunk beds, dressers with storage and mirrors. Two bath facilities and a classroom. Each Unit houses an optimum of 24 persons (2 wings of 12). There are no kitchen facilities located in the study units and food preparation in rooms is not permitted.
Tech House and Packard Hall lodging are arranged with two rooms connected by a common bath. Each of the 8 rooms in Tech House has 2 lavatories, 2-4 beds, 2 closets, shelves and writing desk with good overhead lighting. Tech House has a separate classroom and a central area, set up conference style, with chairs and a table for meetings or games. Tech House is a single story facility with maximum sleeping capacity of 30. Each room in Packard Hall has 2 lavatories, 1-Full size bed and 1-Full sized Futon sofa/sleeper, 2 closets, shelves and writing desk with good overhead lighting. Packard Hall is a 2 story facility with 2 classrooms and 1 conference room on the first floor with all lodging on the 2nd floor. Packard has the sleeping capacity of 16.
Meeting Facilities for classes include traditional classrooms as well as specialized labs for science, computer labs (1 Mac & 1 PC) and distance learning/conferencing labs. Art facilities include a ceramics area with kilns for gas and wood firing; and a glass blowing furnace and equipment. There are 10 classrooms and one outside amphitheater available for use. These can accommodate groups from 20 persons up to 100 persons, depending on the room setup. The dining hall, which can accommodate up to 150 persons, can be used as a meeting/conference room.
Dining Hall Meals are served cafeteria-style. Menus include freshly baked bread, wholesome entrées and fresh salads & fruit. Meal service is available for groups with a minimum of 15 people.
|Recreation and Activities
Kayaking, canoeing, tubing, and fishing on the river, hiking, swimming, sand volleyball and basketball are some of the recreational activities available. Our facility also offers a Challenge (Ropes) course. Much of the campus contains natural areas which encourage birding and wildlife observation
Reservations must be made in advance for the use of the facilities. Tentative reservations may be made by phone, by mail or in person. Deposits are required to confirm reservations. The deadline for booking the exact number of persons expected for facilities use and meal service is 10 working days prior to the start of an activity.
For questions, reservations and pricing please contact the Director of Operations.