Residence Life


Students will reside in Ball Hall, the most historic building on campus, boasting beautiful views of the lake and modern updates such as air-conditioning, TV lounges, and wireless internet. Students will be assigned to double, triple, and quad rooms with bathrooms located on each floor. Linens are provided in each room, including a twin bedset, a pillow, a blanket, a bath towel, a hand towel and a washcloth. Laundry facilities are located on the basement floor free of charge. Students must bring their own detergent, if desired. A public telephone is available in the dorm lobby. If you need to make an on-campus phone call, must dial the extension. If you have a phone card, dial 9+1+xxx-xxx-xxxx. Each room contains phone jacks, but telephones are not provided.


Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner will be provided at specific times of day in Geiser Main Dining Room. Students with dietary restrictions should notify Eastman staff prior to the start of camp.

Health & Safety

Fully trained and licensed medical staff will reside and be present throughout the camp, 24-hours a day. Security services are also present around the clock. Protective services officers can be contacted by visiting the Office of Campus Safety located in the Dahlstrom Student Center, or calling (315) 279-5911. Upon acceptance to Eastman@Keuka, students and their families will receive the camp director’s cell phone number for round-the-clock emergency and daytime non-emergency purposes.


Students will rehearse and study in music studios and classrooms in Ball Hall and Hegeman Hall; perform in the beautiful landmark, Norton Chapel; and take advantage of the college library, fitness center, recreation equipment, lake front and beach (with lifeguards on duty). Students will be required to remain with Eastman@Keuka staff at all times, but will have the opportunity to visit the bookstore, post office, etc. on a chaperoned basis.