Disability Access

The Kellogg Hotel has six accessible guest rooms; just request an accessible guest room when making your reservation if you need one.

The conference meeting spaces are all on one level and are wheelchair accessible.

A dedicated quiet room will be available.

Lighting in breakout/meeting rooms is fluorescent. The auditorium has both incandescent and halogen lights, with fluorescent lights in the foyer.

To discuss other accommodations, please contact Dr. Jill McKay Chrobak <mckayji1@msu.edu>.

 

LGBTQ

The Kellogg Conference Center has designated gender neutral bathrooms for the duration of the conference.

 

Nursing Parents

Throughout the duration of the conference nursing mothers are invited to go to the front desk to request a private room for lactation.

 

Parents

We have designated room 102 at the Kellogg Conference Center for parents and their children. We will have arts and crafts materials available.