All conference lectures, presentation sessions, discussions, and workshops are free and open to the public.
The Harriot Quadricentennial Conference is intended to be a collegial, scholarly, and public activity. As such, the conference has been organized as an event where participants will be responsible for their own travel, lodging, and per diem expenses.
In order to maximize opportunities and to provide the richest possible experience, the College has collaborated with other institutions in each of the conference venues to provide participants with unique opportunities to meet in places, the view rare artifacts and documents, and to enjoy a behind the scenes tours of sites and museums involved in preserving and interpreting the story of Thomas Harriot an the Roanoke Voyages in North Carolina. The goal of these activities will be to provide those participants who have never visited these places and Roanoke Island a unique introductory experience.