Site of the
International Tai Chi Chuan Symposium
on Health, Education and Cultural Exchange
Vanderbilt University in Nashville Tennessee will host the International Tai Chi Chuan Symposium in July of 2009. Located 1.5 miles from downtown Nashville, the Vanderbilt campus is a spectacular 330-acre area that has architectural treasures dating back to its founding in 1873. Designated as a national arboretum in 1988, the beautiful campus has over 300 species of trees and shrubs including one of every species of tree that is indigenous to the state of Tennessee. One tree, the Bicentennial Oak is certified to have lived during the American Revolution
and is the oldest living thing on campus.
Located on the Peabody campus at Vanderbilt, The Commons will be the epicenter of the International Tai Chi Chuan Symposium. The Commons is the location of the residence halls, dining facility, indoor and outdoor public spaces, as well as a wireless computing environment.
The Commons Center is the hub of The Commons and serves as both town square and state-of-the-art dining facility. The building includes a main dining hall, private dining rooms, community space for relaxation or social activities, and a fitness facility. The Commons Center is also home to The Common Grounds, a coffee shop and campus market conveniently located very close to all Commons residence halls.
The Commons Center is a place where Tai Chi Chuan enthusiasts from around the world can gather to dine together, practice together and grow together as a community.
Commons Residence Halls
Symposium participants who wish to stay on campus will be housed in one of the new state of the art residential accommodations offering both traditional single and double rooms. All Residence halls are secure 24 hours a day. Amenities unique to each residence hall can be found at the following:
The following 2009 Residence Hall Cost information is provided.
Double Room Rate - $25 per person per night *
Single Room Rate - $33 per person per night *
Linens - $4 per night (pillow, pillowcase, sheet set, bath towel & wash cloth)
Towel Exchange - $2.50 per day
Deluxe Room Service (staff makes beds, pulls trash, receive a fresh bath towel daily) - $8 per person
* Plus a Mandatory Davidson County Accommodation tax is an additional $2.50 charge per person per night.
Commons Dining Services
The meal plan consists of a hot entrée, two sides, bread, dessert and a beverage. Vanderbilt policy requires anyone staying in a Vanderbilt residence hall to purchase the meal plan for each day staying on-campus.
The following 2009 Summer Meal Plan Cost information is provided.
||(7:00 - 9:00 am)
||(11:00 am - 1:00 pm)
||(5:00 - 6:15 pm)
|Daily Total - $28.75
Follow the links below for more information on the Vanderbilt campus.