Basic Information for SLU 101

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What to Bring and Dress Code

Medical Release Form

Travel to the Conference Hotel

About the Rooming Setup

101 Hotel Information

What qualifies as a “group?”

How old do I have to be to come to SLU?

What do I do if I have dietary restrictions or food allergies?

Do you recommend getting the travel insurance?

What to Bring:

Your Bible
Sunscreen
Personal Hygiene items
Clothes (see Dress Code)
Money - you may want to bring extra spending money for snacks, souvenirs, etc.

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Dress Code:

Here are a few guidelines on the dress code:
• Shirts need to be loose fitting, with a sleeve (no inappropriate slogans)
• Shorts & skirts must touch the knee
• Comfortable shoes
• In case you have any free time at the pool, bring a one-piece swimsuit.
• Please note that meeting rooms are typically cold which is why we suggest you bring a sweatshirt.
• No hats should be worn in the meeting room
• Remember please dress very modestly. If any of our SLU staff has a problem with what you are wearing, you will be asked to change. Basic rule: "err on the side of caution."

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Medical Release Form:

Group leaders must bring a medical release form for any minors attending without a parent/guardian and keep them with you at all times during the program. This medical release form should be from your church, school or organization.

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Travel

For groups, it is your responsibility to arrange for your own transportation to and from the Hotel. Transportation will be provided for you during the conference.

For singles (those not attending in a group) who are flying, students will be met at the baggage claim areas for the respective airlines on which they are flying. Due to Transportation Safety Administration regulations we are unable to meet students at the gate. We are not able to accept unaccompanied minors flying on any airline. Students will be put on a commercial shuttle service or a taxi with other program participants and will be transported to the program hotel. At the end of the program, approximately 2:30 pm, students will be put on a commercial shuttle service or a taxi with other program participants and transported back to the airport.

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Rooming:

All rooms are QUAD occupancy. For rooms of less than four people, there will be an additional charge of $64 per empty spot in Orlando Summer programs and $90 per empty spot in Orlando January and San Antonio. Rooms may not be co-ed unless members of the same family. Students under 18 may cannot be in room by themself. Rooms will be available at 3:00 pm on the day of the conference. If you want to extend your stay to before or after the conference dates, you may do this for an additional charge of $85 per room per night in Orlando Summer programs and $125 per room per night in Orlando January and San Antonio. This is based on availability.

Rollaway beds are only available in king rooms for an additional charge, but are not be available in rooms with double beds.

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101 Hotel Information:

Orlando:

DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World
10100 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32821
407-352-1100
www.doubletreeorlandoseaworld.com

San Antonio:
Hilton San Antonio Airport
611 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78216
210-340-6060
www.hilton.com

Registration begins at 1:00 pm. Please check in at the SLU registration desk, not the hotel front desk.

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How can I be preparing now for my SLU experience?

First of all, you can decide that you are going to get the most you can out of the experience by fully engaging in the sessions and training. We also encourage you to pray about what the Lord is going to teach you while you are at SLU and how He wants to use you to impact the world. READ as much as you can…the Bible, leadership material, newspapers, etc. For a suggested reading list, visit RESOURCES on our website

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Group vs. Singles

A single is any student who comes without an adult. A single also must be 15 years or older.
A group is any number of students with at least one adult. (For example: one student and one adult, or 20 students and one adult).
An individual is someone attending by alone and 18 year of age or older.

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What do I do if I have dietary restrictions or food allergies?

If you have special dietary restrictions or food allergies, they must be submitted to SLU when you fill out your student profile. If something comes up after completing this in order for SLU to arrange for your dietary needs, you can update your registration information up to 15 days before the program begins. Please be sure to offer specifics on what you cannot eat and what can be substituted. We will make every effort to accommodate, but there may be certain times when this is not possible. We strongly recommend that you bring prepared foods or snacks with you that are compliant with your dietary needs.

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I am bringing my car to SLU. Do I need to pay for parking?

Payment for parking varies according to hotel property. You can confirm this with the hotel once you register for SLU. You should plan on parking your car and not using it until the last SLU session is completed.

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Do you recommend getting the travel insurance?

SLU highly recommends participants taken advantage of either of the two insurance options offered. Please note that you must sign up for this at the time you register for SLU. You can review the insurance documents on the website to get more information.

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Contact Us

7380 Sand Lake Road Ste. 100

Orlando, FL 32819 1-888-260-2900

info@studentleadership.net