In Person and Virtual!
The 2023 Maine Orthopaedic Review - Part One can be attended both in the traditional, in-person format and virtually as well!

Housing Registration

Colby’s housing includes lodging, all meals (dinner June 19 thru breakfast June 30), a Friday night jumbo lobster bake and use of campus amenities. A single room on campus for the duration of the course is $1000; Double room (shared with another registrant), is $900 per person.  They also offer a weekly rate of $500 (up to 6 nights).

Colby on campus dorms have limited suites with single rooms and shared living space and shared bathrooms. Accommodations for registrants and their families are available in the campus residence halls in private rooms. Because they are college residence halls, private rooms do not include private baths. There are double and single rooms. Light maid service, pillows, linen, blankets and towels are provided. Rooms are assigned on the basis of the date we receive a housing application and deposit; therefore, early registration is suggested. If you have a disability, please advise us on your registration.

Colby has new air conditioned dorms in downtown Waterville. The Commons is off-campus housing and has shuttles to and from the lecture hall. The Commons has private bedrooms, shared bathrooms, kitchens and a fitness center. MOR question bank is accessible from The Commons. Fee for The Commons includes meals in the campus dining hall 1.7 miles away as well as the Lobster Bake on Friday, June 24th. A single room in The Commons for the duration of the course is $1,200.00. The weekly rate is $700.00 (6 nights). For 6 to 10 nights, the fee is $120 per night above the weekly rate.

Meals are served in a campus dining hall with unlimited servings. The hours are posted at registration. Vegetarian options are available at every meal. We can accommodate any dietary needs or food allergies.

A la carte meal purchases are available for those not staying on campus.

All Colby housing registrants can enjoy Colby’s athletic complex, which includes a field house, squash courts, swimming pool, and fitness center with free weights and machines. The Wales Memorial Tennis Courts are open to course participants. You may want to bring your own racquet and equipment, although a limited amount of equipment is available for check out. There are well-marked jogging trails on campus. There are also several golf courses nearby, including a 5 diamond course.


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