Housing Options for Incoming First-Year Students
There are a variety of housing options available
in order to allow you to preference the housing
option that best suits your housing needs. Each
of our residence halls is unique and no matter
which one you are assigned to, we hope your first-year
be a great one!
As a first-year student, you do not have the option to choose a specific building
as we make assignments with the goal to create a well-rounded
and diverse community of students. You do however, have the
option to let us know your preference for the type of hall
and floor you are assigned to; we will honor these preferences
as we are able.
Emory offers these distinct configurations in first-year housing:
Coed Building, Single Sex Floor: The entire floor is the same gender. Coed Building, Grouped Coed Floor: Both males and females live on the floor though typically there is some division,
such as a stairwell or lobby, resulting in
males on one end of the hall and females on
the other end. Bathrooms are separated by gender. Coed Building, Mixed Coed Floor: Males and females live on the same floor and there is no division. Bathrooms
are separated by gender.
Each student is paired with one or two other roommates and assigned to one of
nine residence halls for first-year students.
All the residence halls include a television
room, study space, kitchens, laundry facilities,
air-conditioning, internet acces, and cable hookups
in every room. If you wish to read more about
a specific building and see a floor plan, please
click one of the links below: