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B.A.S.E. Program
Bridging Academics, Service, and Ethics at Emory

B.A.S.E. stands for Bridging Academics, Service, and Ethics at Emory. Located in the Clairmont Campus Undergraduate Residential Center, we are a group of 28 undergraduate students and a faculty advisor living together for the school year. Our goal as a hall is to build upperclassman community living by integrating social and intellectual life. This begins by getting to know one's neighbors on the hall through fun activities such as suite dinners, volunteer projects, speakers from the Emory and Atlanta communities, and gatherings at the faculty advisor's home. Members of the hall also engage in projects that aim to bring this intermingling of intellectual and social life to the larger community at Emory.

Who Can Apply?
B.A.S.E. theme housing is open ONLY to rising Juniors and Seniors at Emory College. All students of diverse beliefs, cultures, and fields of study are encouraged to apply. The hall is designed to be fun and relaxed as well as creatively and intellectually exciting. We encourage students to make sure that they have a desire to meet new people, to build relationships with their peers, and to commit part of their schedule to planning and participating in the hall activities. As such, B.A.S.E. residents are required to sign a pledge of commitment.

How to Apply
Applications are accepted each spring semester. Please fill out the application and submit it electronically to Tracy McGill by February 1, 2014. Applications may be downloaded here:

» .DOC APPLICATION 2014

Applications are due via email to Tracy McGill (tmorkin@emory.edu) by February 1, 2014.