575 Asbury Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322
Alabama Hall is located in the center of campus between the Dobbs University Center and Cox Hall. Residents of Alabama Hall enjoy its large double and limited triple rooms and its proximity to the center of campus. Each room is air-conditioned and furnished with moveable furniture. Alabama Hall is configured as a coed building with single sex floors.
The Rooms Doubles & Triples
|Bathrooms:||Sink and Mirror, no toilet|
|Furniture:||Bed, built-in dresser, desk & chair|
|TV:||Digital & Cable|
The Floors Coed (Grouped)
|Bathrooms:||Community bathrooms, gender-neutral bathrooms|
|Kitchen:||Community kitchen w/ vending machines on 1st floor|
|Lounges:||TV & study lounge on 3rd floor|
|Laundry:||Facilities on 2nd floor|
2017-2018 Living Costs (per semester)
Creativity and the Arts
In the dynamic world around us, it is becoming increasingly crucial to transform today’s students into tomorrow’s innovative thinkers – fostering creative collaboration and originality for students to integrate into their own goals and aspirations. Join the Creativity and the Arts community to discover inspiration in the world around you at Emory, ranging from artistic expression and spoken word to technical designs and problem solving, and make an impression on the world. In Alabama Hall, it’s not just Creativity and the Arts – it’s creativity with a purpose.
By the end of the academic year, students living in the Creativity and the Arts theme will be able to:
- Develop an understanding of the various avenues to express creativity
- Grow in confidence in their own creative and artistic abilities
- Identify and utilize the multitude of arts resources that are available on Emory’s campus
- All Hall Artistic Expression Mixer
- Off Campus Arts Outing (Atlanta Ballet, Alliance Theater, Fox Theater, etc.)
Read more about the First Year at Emory Program here.