Information for Incoming First-Year Students
As a new student at Emory, you probably have several questions about the residence halls, how to sign-up for housing, what to bring, when to move in, and MORE! Below you should find answers to some common questions and concerns. In addition, the links to the left will guide you to other information you may find useful. If you have further questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404.727.7631.
We are excited for all first-year students to be a part of First Year at Emory! In addition to being a part of FYE, each hall houses a theme community. Themed communities give you the opportunity to explore each of these topics through focused programming and interaction with fellow students with similar interests. This year (2015), we have the following themes available in our first-year residence halls:
To read more about these communities, please visit: www.emory.edu/HOUSING/LLC/first_2015.html
How to Apply for Housing
Please note that you will not be able to acess the housing application until your Admission deposit has been paid. When your deposit is received, you will be granted full access to all university systems and will be able to log on and apply for
If you will not be 18 years old by the time you arrive at Emory (August 22, 2015), in addition to the online housing application, you will need to submit a Housing Agreement with a parent/guardian signature. You may download a copy of the Housing Agreement here and return the signed Agreement as a pdf to email@example.com.
Choosing Your Residence Hall
This questionnaire asks about your academic interests, extracurricular and program interests, and goals you have for your first year. A portion of this questionnaire is also dedicated to helping us place you in one of our theme communities. Please budget between 15-20 minutes to complete this survey. Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If after submitting the enrollment deposit and agreement you need to cancel your enrollment, you need to send a detailed message to email@example.com explaining your reason for withdrawing. Include your full name, date of birth, and EMPLID in your message. Do note, the $485 enrollment deposit is non-refundable. The Office of Undergraduate Admission is responsible for cancelling enrollments and informing other campus departments.