Travel and Accommodations for Gatherings at the Wabash Center
The Wabash Center will reimburse round trip travel expenses from your home or institution to the Wabash Center session (including ground transportation and airport parking with original receipts). We ask that you travel as inexpensively as possible. When driving to a Wabash Center event, the MAXIMUM amount reimbursed for driving or rental will be the equivalent of an economy airfare. If you are submitting on a per/mile basis for use of a personal vehicle, gas is covered by the per/mile allotment (which is set by the college based on the IRS rate). Please submit a Map quest or Google map printout to document the miles you drove. If you are renting a vehicle, the Wabash Center will reimburse for an economy model vehicle, collision damage insurance (personal accident or personal effects insurance will not be covered), and gas. If you rent a vehicle you cannot be reimbursed mileage too only vehicle rental and gas! Original receipts for all requested transportation expenses (including tolls and parking) and a map that demonstrates the miles you drove must accompany the reimbursement form. See additional details and guidelines on the travel reimbursement form.
Make Flight Arrangements
Arrive no later than 3 pm (Indianapolis airport).
Depart no earlier than 3 pm.
We encourage you to use our travel agent. (Your ticket will be billed directly to us and we will automatically receive a copy of your itinerary.)
The Travel Authority
Please notify us if you will be arriving by car
About a week prior to your travel you will receive an email from Rachel Mills (email@example.com) with airport shuttle information. This email includes the cell phone number of your driver, where to meet, and fellow participants with arrival times. Please print off these instructions and carry them with you.
We need to know your dietary needs, as our food is catered especially for our workshops in a private dining room. Please notify Rachel Mills (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have specific dietary needs or preferences.
Housing and Accommodations
When on the Wabash College campus, participants stay in the spacious single-occupancy rooms in the college’s guest housing, Trippet Hall.
Attire is casual. Participants may also want to use the Wabash College athletic facilities.
Questions Concerns or More Information:
Rachel Mills (email@example.com)
Wabash Center Lodging:
410 West Wabash Ave
Crawfordsville, IN 47933