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The FEI in Charlottesville, Virginia, is a campus setting near the University of Virginia and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located approximately two hours southwest of Washington, DC, FEI is removed from the constant interruptions of daily work. The modern 14-acre campus is in the heart of a bustling university community surrounded by beautiful woods and rolling hills.Participants stay in comfortable private guest rooms and enjoy complete food and beverage services. Programs are presented in fully equipped, on-site classrooms. Recreational amenities include the Alumni Fitness Center and basketball and volleyball courts. In addition to the Susan B. Anthony Library, there is quiet space for walking, relaxing, and conversing. All facilities used for programs are accessible to persons with disabilities. Charlottesville is surrounded by natural and historic attractions and was the home of three of the nation's first five presidents: Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe.