Asheville Campus, Summer 2013

 Contact Bread Loaf School of English office:

On-site Director:            Stephen Donadio
Director's Assistants:    Marjorie Cooper, Jim Miller

Location:   Karpen Hall 202
Telephone:  615.364.4527
FAX:  828.251.6603

Contact students, faculty, summer staff:

There are no telephones in student rooms; most students use their own cell phones. Other contact information will be posted at the beginning of the session.

Summer mailing address:

Bread Loaf School of English
c/o UNC Asheville
One University Heights, CPO 2130
Asheville NC 28804

NOTE: Use the address below if you're mailing a package:

UNC Asheville Central Receiving
1414 Riverside Drive
Asheville NC 28804


In a medical or other serious emergency, call 911, or call the UNCA Campus Police at 828.251.6710 (located in Vance Hall). They will deliver messages to the Bread Loaf staff. You should follow this up with a call to the Bread Loaf office (251.6412) if possible. Other relevant emergency information will be available at the start of the session.


      Breakfast:  7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.   (Monday through Friday)
      Lunch:  11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.   (Monday through Friday)  
      Brunch:  9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.   (weekends only)
      Dinner:  5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.    (every night)

Events, activities, and other information:

Traveling to Asheville
Local Events and Places to Visit

Summer 2013 Commencement at Bread Loaf's North Carolina campus will be held on Saturday, July 27.
Class of 2013 Senior Gift
The Bread Loaf Asheville campus senior class of 2013 is proud to extend a gift to the Ken Macrorie Memorial Fund, which supports the Writing Center at Asheville as well as the other Bread Loaf writing centers.  The Writing Center provides a welcoming, safe environment to discuss papers and projects in process.

Senior gift contribution cards will be placed in your Bread Loaf mailboxes. Students may also make contributions (by credit card) online. Please consider making a donation so that current and future Bread Loaf students can take advantage of this powerful opportunity.