When you visit The Keeter Center at College of the Ozarks, you are also visiting one of the most unusual colleges in America. College of the Ozarks, founded in 1906, charges its students no tuition. Every full-time student works at a campus job to help defray his or her expenses.The Keeter Center houses the Program of Hotel and Restaurant Management. When you stay at the hotel or have a meal in the dining room, students from this program are involved in making your stay memorable and pleasant.All Mabee Lodge rooms include a fireplace, private balcony, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, and complimentary high speed internet access. Suites include robes, in-room breakfast and turndown service featuring fresh cookies and milk.Convenient location in Point Lookout, three miles from Bransons entertainment, shopping, and recreation.Fifteen well-appointed rooms and suites with campus and skyline views.320-seat auditorium with teleconferencing facilities.Conference rooms that seat up to 30.275-seat Dobyns Dining Room offers an elegant and relaxed atmosphere, with private dining up to 60.The 4,000-square foot Silver Dollar City Parlor and 2,700-square foot attached veranda make any affair unique, with two fireplaces and more than 100 feet of skyline views.Gourmet Bakery offering fresh pastries, desserts, coffee and fruit drinks.The Beulah I. Winfrey gift shop features student-made stained glass, jellies, pottery, fruitcakes, handwoven baskets and textiles, and milled grain products.Located 55 minutes from Springfield/Branson Regional Airport and just six miles from Branson Airport.