A few helpful tips for getting a good night’s rest, getting around, and getting out on the town.
The deadline has passed to book hotel reservations through the Ellucian Housing Bureau. If you still need a hotel for Ellucian Live, please contact the hotel directly. To view current rates and availability, please click
here. You can also use the resources below to see what the best options are.
list of hotels available and check out our easy reference
hotel map. All meetings for Ellucian Live 2017 will be held at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) (North and South Concourses) and the Hilton Orlando. Degree Works Forum will also be held at the Orange County Convention Center.
For your convenience, shuttle service will be provided for Ellucian Live 2017 between select hotels and the OCCC. Review the
shuttle grid. Shuttle service is not available for pre-conference training, Ellucian Degree Works Forum, or the Executive Forum.
*Please read the
important information regarding the official Ellucian Live housing bureau.
For questions on existing housing reservations, please contact
[email protected] or call us toll-free at (877) 855-6287, Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m. ET.
For new reservations, please directly reach out to the hotel of your choice.
To help you make the most of your time in Orlando, we’ve put together some handy travel tips and ideas.
Here, a few tips for getting there and getting around:
Adrenaline junkies can scream on thrilling new attractions, foodies can indulge in tempting new restaurants, and golfers can take their best swing on championship golf courses. We’re just whetting your appetite—Orlando offers a plethora of shopping and outdoor adventures. You may want to come early, or plan to stay a few extra days longer to discover all this great city has to offer.
While you’re here, discover the best that Orlando has to offer:
Watch some cool videos about the Orlando area.
Orange County Convention Center’s exhibition hall at the North/South Building is a total of 22 acres under roof. That’s roughly the same size as the iconic lake in downtown Orlando, Lake Eola.
Florida got its nickname, The Sunshine State, because the sun shines almost every day of the year.
The Coca-Cola Orlando Eye soars to 400 feet, making it the tallest observational wheel on the United States’ east coast.
Foodie and fun heaven. It would take you about 67 eight-hour days to visit all of Orlando’s more than 100 attractions, and almost five years to eat in Orlando’s nearly 5,000 restaurants if you eat at three each day.
Golf anyone? Orlando’s more than 170 public and semi-private golf courses combined equal more than 545 miles (877 kilometers) of golf fun.