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Theme Housing at Emory

Theme Housing consists of intentionally designed living experiences centered around a variety of academic, cultural, organizational, and personal interests. Theme Housing at Emory is another way students can be involved in living and learning in a residential environment. In order to participate in theme housing you can either apply to one of the current themes that will be returning next semester or you and your friends can create a new theme.

Theme halls for the 2013-14 academic year include:

BASE (Bridging Academics, Science, and Ethics at Emory)

German Hall

Going Global

Green Action

Spanish House

Students are also encouraged to create your OWN theme if you're looking for something different! Groups between 4-16 residential students may apply for their own themed housing. A limited number of spaces will be allotted for theme housing in order to ensure adequate support exists.

Applications may be requested from Jeff Tate, Assistant Director of Operations at jeff.tate@emory.edu. New theme applications are due on Monday, February 3, 2014 at 5pm.

Please direct any questions regarding Theme Housing to Jeff Tate at jeff.tate@emory.edu or at 404.727.8848.

 

Past themes have included:

SPICE (Students' Program for International Cultural Exchange)

SHARE (Service House for Action and Reflection at Emory)

Arts Hall

MESAS Hall (Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies)

BSA House (Black Student Alliance)

OEO House (Outdoor Emory Organization / Asbury House)

CIL (Center for International Living)