The Office of Residence Life and Housing offers Commencement housing for family members and guests of Emory University graduates. A limited number of double rooms will be available in first-year residence halls (Few and Evans) for Commencement 2014.
Few and Evans Halls are first-year residence halls located in the heart of the University, adjacent to the Woodruff P.E. Center and across from the Dobbs University Center (DUC). Opening in 2008, Few and Evans received L.E.E.D. Gold certification for their numerous environmentally-friendly features.
Guests will reside in double rooms that consist of two (2) single, extra-long twin beds, two (2) dressers, two (2) desks, two (2) chairs, and a powder area with sink/mirror. All rooms are air-conditioned with private temperature controls. As a guest with us, we will provide freshly made beds, bath towels, wash cloths, soap and shampoo upon your arrival.
Common, single-sex bathrooms/showers are located on each hall. All common, single-sex bathrooms have private shower stalls with a curtained changing area in front of each shower. Family bathrooms are also available on each hall.
We are unable to offer room service, but we will staff a concierge desk and have on-call service to assist with questions and lockouts. While bedrooms do not have telephones, calls can be made from the hall phone on each floor. Wireless internet access on "EmoryGuest" will be available in the building; EmoryGuest wireless access is also available in non-residence halls throughout campus, including the DUC, Barnes & Noble, and Starbucks.
Included in your stay will be:
Three-night Package :: Saturday (5.10.14) - Tuesday (5.13.14)
Two-night Package A :: Saturday (5.10.13) - Monday (5.12.14)
Two-night Package B :: Sunday (5.11.14) - Tuesday (5.13.14)
One-night Package A :: Sunday (5.11.14) - Monday (5.12.14)
One-night Package B :: Monday (5.12.14) - Tuesday (5.13.14)
» There must be a supervising adult (18 years or older) present with any children.
» No pets are allowed in the buildings or rooms.
» Smoking is not permitted on Emory's campus. As of January 1, 2012, Emory implemented a tobacco-free policy for all University and Healthcare campuses.
» Each guest is provided with two keys: a room key (handle and bolt) and a building entrance access card. Building doors cannot be propped and will remain locked at all times. Keys and access cards MUST be returned at check-out or we will assess a $92.50 Lost Items Fee to the primary guest.
» Each guest is required to sign a Commencement Housing Release Form at check in. (You may review the form now, but we will ask each guest to sign upon arrival.)