About St. John's College - Cambridge
St. John's College - Cambridge
University of Cambridge, Cambridge
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The College was founded in 1511 by the last will and testament of Lady Margaret of Beaufort, mother of Henry VII, on the original mediaeval site of the hospital of St John. The buildings have been added to steadily over the years. Outstanding features include the Dining Hall with its 16th century hammerbeam roof and fine old linen-fold panelling and the Chapel built by George Gilbert Scott in the Victorian Gothic style.
St John's College is one of the largest University's residential colleges. The serene atmosphere of the ancient courts is complimented by the comfort, spaciousness and convenience of its modern accommodation.
Scientists with disabilities are welcome and encouraged to participate in Keystone Symposia meetings.
Please contact Keystone Symposia Attendee Services at +1 970-262-1230 or by email atfor accessibility information and additional information regarding special services, such as:
- Free registration to assistants or companions needed for note-taking or personal care.
- Preferred lodging options for persons with limited mobility.
- Assistance locating the most optimal handicapped-accessible lodging.
In some cases, accommodations for individuals with disabilities are limited so attendees are encouraged to make arrangements well in advance of the meeting.
If you have special dietary restrictions (i.e., kosher, gluten-free, etc.) please contact Keystone Symposia Attendee Services at +1 970-262-1230 or by email at.
If possible, please try to contact us at least two weeks before the meeting starts so we may make arrangements with the resort or conference center.
NOTE: Vegetarian options are available at Keystone Symposia meal functions, so you do not need to contact us.